Adult Residential Services

Adult Residential Services

The Association operates three residential services, each with unique characteristics but having in common a caring, supportive environment to help people achieve their optimal level of independence. We aim to enhance all areas of life, including:

  • Satisfaction with the home environment
  • Health and personal care
  • Recreation and leisure
  • Spiritual and cultural interests
  • Building and maintaining relationships with family, friends, and co-workers
  • Exploring and participating in the community
  • Developing skills helpful at home, in the community, or at work
  • Education and work experience
  • Volunteering in the community

Where it can be reasonably accommodated, individuals are involved in the selection of staff to support them in various activities of daily living. Comfort levels and preferences of the individual are taken into consideration.

In order to receive quality services, individuals and their families are encouraged to participate in planning and making informed decisions about the service they receive. Each service plan reflects individual goals, and those goals are reviewed on a regular basis.

To assure that qualified staff members are employed in the residential department, staff are required to have a Community Support Worker Certificate or equivalent, First Aid with CPR certification, Foodsafe certificate, Class 4 drivers license, Criminal Record Search, and a satisfactory tuberculosis test.

Residential Managers are also required to have ″Management Development for Community Settings″ Certificates or equivalent leadership training, and must obtain certification as Person-In-Charge by Vancouver Island Health Authority. The Association seeks staff who have knowledge of the theories, values, and practices of community living, and who demonstrate an ability to provide personalized support and teach life skills.

Staff must work alone, as well as part of a team, and display good communication skills.

All residential services are licensed and monitored by Vancouver Island Health Authority (VIHA).


Campbell Street Residence

This home supports five people with developmental disabilities.
For more information please contact the Clements Centre Society administration office at (250) 746-4135.

Campbell St. Residence

Campbell St. Residence


Marchmont Residence

This home supports four people with developmental disabilities.
For more information please contact the Clements Centre Society administration office at (250) 746-4135.

Marchmont St. Residence

Marchmont St. Residence


Ryall Residence

This home supports four people with developmental and physical disabilities, and is custom built with full wheelchair access. For more information please contact the Clements Centre Society administration office at (250) 746-4135.

Ryall Road Residence

Ryall Road Residence