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

Age: Are over the age of 18

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
  • Are interested in living in a congregate setting


  • Have limited mobility (congenital or an acquired physical disability, chronic health condition)
  • Have a mobility aid prescribed by a healthcare practitioner
  • 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
  • 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
  • Does not have significant swallowing problems which would pose a choking risk or require a modified diet (i.e. thickened fluids or puree)
  • 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
  • Are willing and able to direct their own support services including:
    • giving directions to care staff
    • managing their own medication with or without functional assistance
    • taking responsibility to ensure proper medical care is received and medical recommendations are followed


Learn more on the Frequently Asked Questions page.