We are looking for families, people in service, staff, donors, community partners, members, and volunteers that want to be in one of our annual 31 Days of Community Living videos!
Join people and organizations from across the province to commemorate the 2009 closures of the last three large government-run institutions and discuss the steps being taken to move past institutional practices in the community.
Hear and learn about engaging and diverse Ontario-based projects that are addressing institutionalization and supporting survivors and people who have an intellectual disability to lead meaningful roles in the community.
TORONTO, Ontario, Canada - Today, leaders and supporters from disability-serving organizations from across Canada begin a nine-day Canada-Israel Inclusion Mission to learn about ground-breaking Israeli models of accessibility and service provision. This is the first Canadian mission to Israel focused on disability and inclusion.
LIGHTS is a unique program which has been created by community leaders in partnership with Community Living Toronto to address the very significant shortage of independent and appropriate housing for intellectually disabled citizens in Toronto. Its goal is to enable new housing opportunities to flourish for the intellectually disabled, and to share its blueprint for success with other communities across the country. Read more
If you have young people in your life who are passionate about influencing positive change, let them know of this inspiring leadership summit for youth.
MARCH 29TH AND 30TH, 2019
Are you a young adult in a leadership role? Want to learn how to enhance your leadership skills and increase opportunities to make a real impact? Read more
Spring Fling Dinner and Dance is on Saturday April 6th, 2019 at the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre! Tickets on Sale now
Starting in March 2019, the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services (MCCSS) will no longer be issuing paper dental cards with ODSP monthly statements.
The last paper dental card will be sent in February 2019 for the eligibility month of March 2019. Read more
Enabling Tech is a FREE online resource showcasing different tech products for someone you might know to help them live as independently as possible. https://www.enablingtech.ca/
Is an addiction and/or mental health history holding you back from a career in the construction industry? This free program at George Brown College combines classroom study and work experience while providing recovery support to students.
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