What is Passport?
Passport is a program that helps adults 18 years or older with a developmental disability, participate in their communities. It also helps caregivers of an adult with a developmental disability take a break from their caregiving responsibilities.
Passport provides funding for services and supports so adults with a developmental disability can:
take part in community classes or recreational programs;
develop work, volunteer and daily life skills;
hire a support worker;
create their own life plans (this is called person-directed planning) to reach their goals;
get temporary respite for their caregivers; and
Passport is funded by the Ontario government and administered by local Passport Agencies.
How Can E3 Help?
Assist with the process of applying for funding through the Developmental Services Ontario;
Administration of funds (Please note that there is an administration fee of 10% to offset costs related to managing funding and staffing)
How to Apply For Passport Funding
You can apply for Passport funding through Developmental Services Ontario:
E3 Community Services can offer the service of a Coordinator dedicated to the Passport Funding Program, and can assist individuals and families with the application for funding, deciding on administration, budgeting, and hiring of staff.
For more information contact Tracy Nancekivell, Service Planning Coordinator at 705-445-6351 ext 328 or email firstname.lastname@example.org