Please note that for the purposes of this website any reference to “CHAP Support Provider(s)” refers to a Respite Service Provider.
CHAP Support Providers promote active living for children and adults with developmental disabilities including autism and/or physical disabilities in their own home or in the community, while providing parent relief. CHAP Support Providers active with the CHAP Program are connected with families looking for support and relief.
Note: Support Providers on the registry are not employees of the CHAP Program.
- Provide safe, stimulating and recreational support both in the home and in the community
- Provide care and supervision according to the individuals needs
- Provide respite/support services as requested by the parent/guardian
- Network with community groups, facilitate inclusion and act as a positive role model
- Maintain communication with the CHAP Program Coordinator(s)
- Ability and willingness to work with persons with disabilities
- Effective communication skills with both verbal and non-verbal populations
- Commitment to providing quality life experiences in home and in the community
- Experience providing care and support to persons with disabilities is an asset
- CPR and access to a car are assets
- Have access to a reliable e-mail account
- Variable hours (days, evenings, weekends, relief, summer)
- Part-time (possibility of additional hours)
How to Become a CHAP Support Provider:
- Set up a profile via the on line profile submission, up load a resume
- Provide two references (up load as part of profile submission)
- Provide Police Reference Check that is less than 3 months old and includes a vulnerable persons screen (upload as part of profile submission)
- Attend a CHAP activation meeting (please view calendar of events for dates)
If you are interested in becoming a CHAP Support Provider, please use the following link:
Online CHAP Support Provider Profile
- NOTE: Your resume and police check must accompany your profile submission
- Your CHAP Support Provider profile, resume and police check will be reviewed by a CHAP Coordinator and you will be made active when all information has been received.
For more information contact a CHAP Coordinator at 1 844 264 2993 x 2110 or email CHAP Program