The following are the program criteria for living at Inclusio. Residents at Inclusio:

Age: Are between ages 18 – 59

Income: Fall below the income threshold of $46,000 in annual individual income, as reported on your Notice of Assessment

Living in Community:

  • Are respectful in their interaction with other residents and staff
  • Participate in regularly scheduled reviews of service plans, assessments and care plans
  • Interest in living in a communal setting


  • Have a mobility impairment (congenital or an acquired physical disability, chronic health condition)
  • Have a prescribed mobility aid (prescribed by a physician)
  • Are able to use a mobility aid independently and without help from staff
  • Do not have a history of falls (leading to significant injuries) that cannot be managed on an ongoing basis


  • Are medically stable, meaning that any medical interventions can be managed with daytime visits, regular appointments or scheduled hospital visits no longer than 2 days at a time
  • Have no significant memory / cognitive impairment (Dementia, Alzheimer’s )
  • Do not require any nursing interventions (i.e. PICC lines, IVs, complex wound care). Note that in some circumstances, through our partnership with Home Care, this criteria may be flexed
  • Does not regularly or intermittently experience seizures
  • Have a physician or nurse practitioner


  • Require some degree of support around activities of daily living (bathing, toileting, clothing, grooming, meal assistance) and personal care assistance
  • Do not have significant swallowing problems which would pose a choking risk or require a modified diet (i.e. thickened fluids or puree)
  • Are willing and able to direct their own support services as they are being delivered, defined as the ability to give directions to care staff about the assistance you need, make decisions about your care. This includes managing the following areas in a way that does not interfere with the resident’s ability to direct their care:
    • managing their own medication with or without functional assistance
    • manage substance use (alcohol, marijuana, prescription narcotics)
    • manage any presenting mental health conditions


Learn more on the Frequently Asked Questions page.