Check out the digital version of our Monthly Membership newsletter: Connections October Edition
Read the downloadable PDF version here: October Connections Newsletter 2018
On Thursday September 27th, Community Living Toronto held its 70th, Annual General Meeting at the Alliance Francaise located next door to the 20 Spadina Office,
The Honourable Minister Lisa MacLeod, Minister of Children, Community and Social Services, was our special Guest at this years AGM.
In her first public address to the developmental services sector since being named to the post, Minister Lisa MacLeod stated that she looked forward to working alongside Community Living Toronto to shape public policy and to bring greater awareness of people who have an intellectual or developmental disability.
The Donor Dollars newsletter recognizes many outstanding individuals and corporate partners who are helping to make a difference in the lives of people with intellectual disabilities.
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Our Vision: A society where everyone belongs. A society where everyone is valued. Read more
Follow this link to view the DIGITAL version of our Annual Report!
Challenges. Strategy. Change.
Tennis Canada is hosting 3 games for the Davis Cup by BNP Paribas this weekend!
Davis Cup by BNP Paribas is the world's largest annual international team competition in sport, with more than 120 nations playing. It is run by the International Tennis Federation. There is also a Junior Davis Cup by BNP Paribas competition, which is for players aged 16-under.
In their recent newsletter, they highlighted Mary Pat and Robert Armstrong!
The Relationship Group meets monthly at Developmental Services agencies in Toronto and is a working group comprised of self-advocates, support staff and community members. The group educates communities about building safe, strong and sustainable relationships through safety, respect and self esteem.
Relationships and You!
*Relationships *Self-Esteem *Dating *Group support for parents and caregivers
Starting October 10th - December 5th, 2018.
(All interested applicants must attend an interview.)
In this issue of the Connections Newsletter, you will learn about the sprOUT Toronto group, about our wonderful Council Members, a special surprise backyard BBQ, Viola Desmond Park Naming Ceremony coverage, what the Self Advocates have been up to this summer, and one of our summer students, Jessica, had the honour of meeting MP of Scarborough Rouge Park, Gary Anandasangaree who actually sponsored the Canada Summer Jobs application.
This Saturday come join our Sunday Morning Easy Walks! Register with MyCommunityHub.ca. This Saturday we will be touring Front Street to St.Lawrence Market.
As a parent to a child with special needs one of the best things you can do for yourself and your child is to join a support group. Click here for the upcoming dates and locations of Parent Share.