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ILS is a Team of People Dedicated to Strengthening Communities in Simcoe County.

We are a leading organization providing support and services to adults with physical disabilities and seniors. For over 40 years, our work has gone beyond healthcare to build a sense of belonging and a culture of care in Simcoe County.

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We have made it our mission to Partner for Possibilities. This means that we are your partner for independent living, providing support and services to assist you to remain independent.

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Full Life Living is our vision for everyone. This means that we believe everyone deserves to have access to the resources and support they need to enjoy life fully.



We value excellence in all aspects of our services. We ensure a high standard of care so our clients can lead an independent life.


We respect that each person has their own needs. We work with our clients and community partners to build individualized care plans that help them live independently.


Respect is the foundation of our care. We treat adults with physical disabilities, seniors, their families and caregivers with dignity and respect in every interaction.

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Land Acknowledgement

ILS offices are located in Simcoe County. In the spirit of truth and reconciliation, ILS acknowledges with humility, gratitude and respect that the land on which we work on is the traditional territory of the Anishinaabek Nation.

We would also like to acknowledge the enduring presence of the Indigenous Peoples of this region, specifically, the Chippewa Tri – Council First Nations comprised of the Beausoleil First Nation, the Chippewas of Rama, and the Chippewas of Georgina Island.

We also acknowledge the Moose Deer Point First Nation, the Wahta Mohawks and the Georgian Bay and Moon River Métis Councils in this region. It should also be noted that the Wendat and the Haudenosaunee Nations have also walked on this territory over time.

We value the significant historical and contemporary contributions of Indigenous Peoples as vital contributors of society and are grateful to have the opportunity to be present in the territory.