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SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

Mary P. Rain Social Services Paul First Nations

Currently, the Paul First Nation has 4 main components to it's Social Development Program.

  1. Service Delivery
  2. Basic Needs
  3. National Child Benefit
  4. Assisted Living

PAUL FIRST NATION ASSISTED LIVING PROGRAM

Valerie Bird Assisted Living Programs Paul First Nations

The Paul First Nation Assisted Living Program (formerly called Adult in Home-care) is a program that provides non-medical social support services that meet the special needs of clients, at standards reasonably comparable to the reference province or territory of residence to those who require some type of assistance with their daily activities, such as cleaning.

To be eligible for funding, recipients must be ordinarily a resident on reserve; the service is provided by referral from the Health Centre as per assessment by a Health Professional.

We have Full-Time clients-assessment updates are one per year. Temporary clients-assessment updates depend on length of time requiring a Homemaker; example a period of 3 months, an update would be once per month. We also have a Respite service for clients/Homemakers which is 6 weeks.

We also have a Rotating Homemaker in place to accommodate those clients who do not fit the criteria for Full-time service.

AISH (ALBERTA INCOME FOR THE SEVERELY HANDICAPPED)

As part of the assisted living program, we also assist clients who are referred to us by a Caseworker with applications for A.I.S.H.

National Child Benefit

N.C.B Projects

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