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In December, 2017, Community Living Toronto distributed a survey to the families/caregivers of the individuals receiving day supports in programs operated by the Association. This was followed by a second survey distributed to day support participants in February, 2018. Both surveys were designed to collect feedback and input that would help guide the Association’s ongoing transition away from sheltered work towards more inclusive community and centre-based activities. This is a full Executive Summary of the survey results, followed by recommendations and outcomes.
Join us for Light Refreshments and a chance to share your thoughts, meet your Council and other members of Community Living Toronto.
Summer Cooking Class. Learn to Make Simple Lunches or Brunch! Apply online by filling out the registration form.
A pilot project for people 18 and older with Asperger`s Syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorder or any other Intellectual or Developmental Disability who are ready to learn how to travel independently on the Toronto Transit System.
Reena and Mary Centre are updating the 2006 Transitional Guide – now renamed Aging with a Developmental Disability: Planning for Success. The survey has been extended to June 15, 2018
Join us at our Annual Family Fun Fair on Saturday June 9th! Do you need a ride from the west end of the city? Contact Georgina to get a spot on the bus. Spaces are limited so reserve your spot soon! By Email: email@example.com or by phone 647-294-6906
If you are a person labelled with an intellectual disability or are a supporter of someone with an intellectual disability, you are invited to join us. A positive facilitated dialogue with Toronto Police, Francie Munoz and self advocates .Wednesday June 27 1pm – 3pm Foster’s Club House - 40 Birch Ave
In Canada, the circle of care is broken when high-needs kids age out of the pediatric system. Supports and services they've come to depend on fall away. Parents are often left scrambling trying to fill the void. White Coat, Black Art will host a taping of a special town hall to talk about how to fix this broken circle of care. You can follow us using the hashtag #CrisisofCareCBC.
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