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Independent Counselling Enterprises provides a broad range of services to clients in many different settings. Services are structured to provide:
  • stability to individuals or families in crisis
  • support and/or training to maximize individual independence in situations of physical, mental or emotional disability
  • training and educational programs
  • work with individuals on their personal development and towards achieving personal goals

Those individuals requiring support may request service delivery privately or be referred through alternative sources such as Alberta Health Services, Persons with Developmental Disabilities or W.C.B. The referral source is often contingent on the funding source.

Services offered by Independent Counselling Enterprises include:

Non Residential Programs

Non-residential supports are delivered to individuals in their own home; if they live at home with their parents, independently or with a roommate.


Rehabilitation Aide

This service is designed primarily to assist mentally handicapped adults or children that require one to one or small group support in a variety of areas. Services include assistance with behaviour modification programs, educational/vocational programs, in-home relief or community access.

Residential Programs

The individual in service lives in a home in the community with twenty four hour staffing supports either as the only tenant or with roommates. I.C.E. encourages the client or guardian to be as fully involved, to the best of their abilities in planning daily living, community activities, goal planning, staff evaluation and program feedback.

Support Home Operators

The individual in service lives with a family or individual. Most importantly the Support Home Operator provides essential supports to allow the person to become independent and a participating member of the community. I.C.E. monitors services provided by the Support Home Operator and ensures the service meets industry standards.

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