Full Address
2 Alice St.
P. O. Box 1508
Bancroft, ON
K0L 1C0

Phone: 613-332-2090
Fax: 613-332-4762

Email: communityliving@nhcia.ca

Mission
North Hastings Community Integration Association, through partnerships with community, inspires people with developmental disabilities and their families to live as fully participating citizens.

Vision
A community that values all citizens for their unique contributions, where everyone has the right to participate fully, equally and safely


NHCIA is a member of Community Living Ontario
    
        

and United Way of Quinte

        



Home Page

Welcome to the North Hastings Community Integration Association in Bancroft, Ontario.

We believe that all people have a right to live and participate equally and safely in their community.

We also believe that everyone is unique and that supports provided should reflect each individual’s choices and dreams.

We offer daily living supports, life planning, community access, dual diagnosis supports, respite services, assistance with funding, and resource referral information.

NHCIA works closely with many community services, groups, schools, and businesses to offer individualized supports to children, youth and adults with an intellectual disab
ility and their families.

Planning Facilitation

With a planning facilitator, individuals, their friends and family come together to develop a plan.  This plan is a blueprint to achieving goals, and directing
 service provision. Facilitators also help with emergency plans and final wishes.   

NHCIA is excited to introduce Partners for Planning Resource Network which is an innovative online resource that assists families in creating a good life and secure future for their loved one. This resource will make the process of planning easier by offering immediate access to critical information and advice from professionals and experts. 



Click on the logo below to view Partners for Planning full website. 

 

 

 

Free Online Events
WEBCASTS 2016

December 6, 2016-Understanding Your Legal Rights
        
    Many people are surprised to learn that when a child with a disability reaches the age of majority (18), their parents are no longer their legal guardians. So how can parents protect the legal rights of their adult children? Is adult guardianship a viable alternative? What is the state of supported care in Ontario?

January 10, 2017-Planning Beyond Graduation~3-Part Series

    Partners for Planning is pleased to provide your community a brand new three part webcast series entitled Planning Beyond Graduation: Helping Students Move into the Next Phase of Life. The series is designed to inform, guide and inspire families, educators and supporters as they help young people living with a disability to transition from high school into adulthood.

 

 

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