We provide our staff with over a week of orientation and ongoing, extensive training to help ensure they provide the best possible care:

Non-violent Crisis Intervention
Facilitated by a certified in-house trainer

First Aid
Training for all employees

Ethics of Touch

  • Facilitated by an in-house trainer
  • Theory-based training developed by David Hingsburger and Mary Harber
  • Focuses on establishing and maintaining appropriate boundaries while servicing people with developmental disabilities
  • Module-based training discusses privacy issues, relationship and affection, and intimate care to help service providers and direct care professionals provide the best and safest care possible.

Orientation to Protection
Facilitated by Community Living disability Services

Respectful Workplace and Harassment
Facilitated by an in-house trainer

Violence Prevention
Facilitated by an in-house trainer

Vulnerable Persons Act

  • Co-Facilitated by an in-house trainer and CLdS staff
  • Provided to staff and other agencies in the Interlake

Lift and Transfer Training:

  • General training is facilitated by an Occupational Therapist
  • Specialized training for people with specific needs takes place in their home

These modules are facilitated by in-house trainers:

  • Managing financials
  • Medications
  • Documentation
  • Support Plans