Personal Assistance Services Program - PASP

PASP provides routine, non-medical assistance to adults with disabilities who are employed, involved in community volunteer work, or attending school.

Personal assistants help with tasks such as light housekeeping, bathing, dressing, preparing meals, shopping, driving or using public transportation. The number of hours of help that a person receives depends on individual need — up to 40 hours per week.

This program differs from many other personal assistance services programs, in that the people with disabilities direct their own services.



Attend our pre-recorded training today! An overview and orientation to the Cash Model. 

Cash Model.  What are the advantages?     

Choice, Flexibility & Control

  • You will receive a cash allowance every month to purchase your own services.
  • You can decide exactly which services you need and want.
  • You will choose who will provide them.
  • You can tailor the services to meet your schedule.
  • You will gain more flexibility in deciding what you want, when you want it, who you hire and what you will buy to help you.
  • You are in the driver's seat. Create your own individualized plan to direct your Personal Care Needs.