Trillium Support Service was founded on the principles of a Social Enterprise. Our leadership te
Creative At Work Advertising Inc is more than a branding agency, we’re a team, a family. Creative@Work started in Europe, moving to Canada and later expanding to United States, Orlando. We want to get away from buzzwords and gimmicks, focusing on innovation and pushing boundaries. Our team is made up of go-getters, creative minded people putting their all into making something special. We work closely with clients, using our 15 YEARS OF INTERNATIONAL BRANDING EXPERIENCE to develop new and exciting strategies. Just wait until you catch a whiff of what we have prepared for you. OUR SERVICES • Branding, Logo Design • Graphic Design (Flyer Design, Poster Design, Layout Design and more) • Website Design, Website Development, E-commerce • Mobile App Development • Packaging Design, Label Design, POP Design • Social Media Strategy • Marketing Consultation OUR BUSINESS IS ABOUT HELPING YOUR BUSINESS.
The Tetra Society is comprised of locally skilled volunteers who design, build and install a custom assistive device for people with disabilities, with no cost for labour. We assist children, teens, adults and older adults with an independence issue in their daily living, school, work, recreation, hobby or sport. It could be as simple as modifying a fork so that a client ay eat on their own, to installing a drinking system onto an electric wheelchair so that a client may stay hydrated. We work with the client to give them greater independence in their life. One may view the thousands of completed projects on our website www.tetrasociety.org
Developmental Services Ontario Central West Region helps adults with developmental disabilities connect to services and supports in their communities. We serve people who live in Dufferin County, Halton Region, Peel Region, Waterloo Region, and Wellington County. Our organizations are funded by the Ontario Ministry of Community and Social Services. We can help you or someone you care for to connect with available residential supports caregiver respite community participation supports (like recreation, volunteering, employment, or in-home supports) professional and specialized services person-directed planning passport funding and other supports to help people with developmental disabilities become more involved in their communities!
Community Living North Halton envisions a society that honours and protects the innate value and equality of each one of its people without discrimination. We believe that all persons should have the right to experience the security of unquestioned inclusion in their community neighbourhoods. We believe that all persons should have an equal opportunity to maximize their quality of life; to choose their unique life course with respect and dignity; to accept the responsibility and consequences of these choices, and to expect support within the resources of the community. Our Mission Community Living North Halton, in partnership with families and the community, supports the choices and personal growth of individuals with a developmental disability. We Value Personal Choice – We believe the personal choices and goals of an individual provide direction for supports and services provided by the organization. Fairness and Respect -We embrace the diversity of people and treat each individual and family with respect, dignity and equity. Inclusion – We believe that all citizens have a right to fully participate in their community. Partnership – We value and promote partnerships with families and the community. Wellness and Learning – We strive to create an environment that promotes wellness […]
Halton Support Services is a community service for people with developmental disabilities who live in the Halton Region. Halton Support Services provides coordinated intake for children with developmental disabilities as well as offers service coordination for children and adults. We also have a respite program that can help the community link to different respite options and become considered for respite funds. Lastly, there are wraparound services to help support adults, seniors and their families to make a plan to improve the quality of life. We are a Transfer Payment Agency for Special Services at Home funding and Passport funding. To connect with us: firstname.lastname@example.org www.cwsds.ca P: 905-844-7864 F: 905-849-6980 T: 1-800-600-2013 Funded by the Ministry of Community and Social Services and the Ministry of Children and Youth Services.
Community Living Oakville was founded by parents who dreamed of a better life for their sons and daughters. They wanted their children to learn in school, have friends, and be welcome in their communities. We continue that vision within the Town of Oakville. Today the organization includes individuals, families, staff & volunteers dedicated to making sure that people with developmental disabilities are able to enjoy their right to lead active and productive lives in their communities. A Brief History… Community Living: Bringing Full Citizenship to the Most Vulnerable Members of Our Community. Fifty-five years ago having a developmental disability was a sentence to be isolated. Education was denied. That changed when the Kelley and Gunn families decided their five-year-olds shouldn’t be “retired” from school. They independently hired a teacher and a tiny school grew to seven children and found a home at St. Jude’s Church. From the vision of two parents to community-wide service in less than fifty years, the changes are monumental. Yet there is still a long way to grow. Community inclusion still remains elusive to many. Our goal is full community participation for the people we support.
Supported Training and Rehabilitation in Diverse Environments (STRIDE) is a non-profit, charitable, community-based vocational rehabilitation program founded in 1983. STRIDE is the only Halton-based organization whose primary purpose is to serve the employment needs of individuals facing mental health and addiction issues. Our programs include: Employment Services Employment Services for Youth Worksite Training Program Employment Peer Mentor Program.
Since 1995 the BODiWORKS lnstitute’s Special Needs department has offered preventive, rehabilitative and counseling programs and services. These programs include the Adapted Gym Program (AGP) and the BBAIM (Brain Based Autism Intervention and Management) team, the Kids Health Initiative (KHI) and the SPP (Social play program). The services available are Physiotherapy with complex and standard care, Occupational therapy assessments and treatment, Psychotherapy and Art therapy. We are a unique and innovative facility that provides effective treatment for mobility disorders for ages 3 and up. Our team works together to achieve progress that ultimately provides benefits for daily living and beyond. Visit our blog at: www.brainbasedkids.ca www.healthisfreedom2.ca
Bartimaeus has been successfully supporting individuals who are experiencing emotional, psychological, developmental and/or behavioural difficulties, and their families since 1988. Our services are available throughout Ontario, Quebec and Maritime provinces. We support individuals of all ages, children, youth, adults and seniors, who are exhibiting behavioural challenges. Services are provided wherever the client is, at home, hospital, school and in the community.
Futures Found helps students and recent graduates answer the question: “What’s your next move?” By combining objective assessment tools with experienced insight, Futures Found guides you in your planning and decision-making to help you figure out your next steps in your education and/or career. Recently, with the help of the OLMP program,* Futures Found launched a pilot research study to explore and improve the career services offered to individuals on the spectrum: “The Right Fit: Tools for Transitioning Young Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder to Meaningful and Sustainable Employment Opportunities.” Looking for work? Join the club: Autism Job Club, facilitated by Futures Found, meets twice a month for peer-to-peer support of its members and member parents and also provides professional guidance towards finding employment! *The Right Fit project is supported by the Ontario Labour Market Partnerships (OLMP) program of Ontario Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development. The views expressed in this publication are the views of Futures Found and do not necessarily reflect those of the Ministry. www.futuresfound.ca | www.autismjobclub.ca
Established in 1955, Community Living Burlington (CLB) is Burlington’s oldest and largest non-profit charitable organization. For more than 60 years, we have dedicated ourselves to enriching the quality of life and promoting full and meaningful inclusion in our community of individuals who have a developmental disability. When people who have a developmental disability are included in their community they flourish. We achieve this by providing them with: Residential Settings Adult Day Programs Employment Services Family Support Public Education and Advocacy Preschool Integration Respite Services Snoezelen Room Services We are committed to delivering exceptional quality of service that meets the needs of each person individually. “Possibilities are Endless”
Halton Catholic District School Board (HCDSB) provides services to over 32,000 students of all ages at 58 Catholic learning communities in Burlington, Halton Hills, Milton and Oakville. Our Board consists of 46 elementary schools, 9 secondary schools, as well as Continuing Education programs. We are a provincial leader in student achievement in Literacy, Numeracy, and Special Education. In addition, we are committed to supporting the overall wellbeing of all of our students. The HCDSB promotes inclusion of our students by focusing on each student’s individual and unique needs. This philosophy is evident by our commitment to: maintaining students in the communities in which they reside; promoting a sense of place and belonging in the school; and supporting participation in the parish and neighbourhood whenever possible. Our Board takes a multi-disciplinary approach to meeting the needs of students. At HCDSB staff such as: Communicative Disorders Assistants (CDAs), Child and Youth Counsellors, Psychology Staff, Speech and Language Pathologists, Social Workers, and Behaviour Analysts work with students, school staff, families and community agencies to support our motto of “Achieving, Believing and Belonging.”
BI’s The Hub for Community Inclusion is an innovative day program for young adults with various developmental disabilities that is premised on the belief that learning occurs when a person is stimulated, active, and having fun. The program runs Monday-Friday, 8:30am to 3:30pm and also available on a part-time basis. Each day includes two community outings such as trampolining, hiking, going to the movies, gardening, and so much more! MISSION STATEMENT: The purpose of The Hub is to provide adults and older adolescents with developmental disabilities with a supportive and enriching community experience that builds life skills and independence. We value inclusion, accountability, and individualization of supports. Services associated with The Hub are goal-directed, evaluated and built on principles of applied behaviour analysis. COST: Enrollment varies from part-time to full-time based on the number of days a participant is able to attend with options ranging from one to five days per week. PA Day and summer enrollment is also available. The daily fee for an individual in the standard group (5 clients to 1 staff) is $100/day. If the individual requires additional support, the family has the option of directly providing this support or arranging staffing support through BI. HOW […]
Passport is a program that helps adults with a developmental disability be involved in their community and live as independently as possible by providing funding for community participation services and supports, activities of daily living and person-directed planning. The program also provides funding for caregiver respite services and supports for primary caregivers of an adult with a developmental disability. CWSDS administers the Passport funding in the Central West Region for adults over the age 18 years and eligibility is confirmed by the Developmental Services of Ontario (DSO Online). The key goals of the Passport program are to: Foster independent by building on individuals abilities and developing community participation, social and daily living skills. Increase opportunities for participation in the community with supports that respect personal choices and decision-making, and help people achieve their goals. Promote social inclusion and broaden social relationships through the use of community resources and services available to everyone in the community. Help young people make the transition from school to life as an adult in the community. Support families and caregivers of an adult with a development disability so they can continue in their supportive role. For more information: Contact: Beth Watson, Manager Tel: 905-693-8885 or […]
wm+a provides direct and clinical services (AlphaBee) to children youth and adults with ASD, complex special needs, mental health disorders and behavioural challenges. Our services are evidence based (ABA/PBS), accessible (24/7/365) and with transparency in service coordination (web based access to scheduling). For a service quote or Intake, please contact us at email@example.com or 416.367.5968. Service location span from Hamilton/Niagara, Halton, Peel/Central West, GTA, York and Durham www.wmanda.com firstname.lastname@example.org AlphaBee, provides a range of clinically advanced ABA-based services to children and youth with ASD. With two treatment centres, Etobicoke and Hamilton, and home based option available, AlphaBee offers: IBI (DFO and Privately funded), ABA, ESDM, BT consulting, Parent Led Teaching; hosts annual conferences extended to the community and more. AlphaBee is a DFO provider for IBI and the recently increased ABA funding. www.alphabee.com email@example.com
The Town of Oakville is a municipal government that offers many programs and services for people of all ages and abilities. Some of the programs and services the town offers include transportation services through both conventional buses and specialized transit, youth centres, seniors centres, recreation and community centres, fitness centres, pools, arenas, libraries, parks, splash pads, tennis courts, trails and harbours. The town is also responsible for fire prevention and protection, building and heritage permits, cemeteries, by-laws and licensing, land use planning, municipal engineering and construction, stormwater management and drainage, creek channels and shorelines, forestry, environmental stewardship and protection as well as roads and works. The town is committed to superior service delivery to make Oakville the most livable town in Canada.
We Listen, We Learn, We Do Our Best Together Canadian Travelling Tutors is proud to pioneer a post-secondary communication program for Neuro-Diverse adults called “Prep to Step-Up”. Its ongoing success ensures a solid future in Milton, Georgetown, and surrounding areas. Academia, Communication, Musical Theatre, Art, Independence, iPad and Organizational Skills all contribute to the great potential within our Clients, enhancing self-confidence and improving communication. Weekly Drum Circles are practiced to build speech and social interaction. Twice a month Families and Support Staff are invited to participate in seminars which replicate the tools practiced in the classroom. This bridge between classroom and home provides an informed consistent practice and continuity to support everyone involved. With a collective experience of over 100 years of teaching between us, we are a true team of dedicated professionals of both youth and wisdom. We all feel, from our past experience, that we have a responsible obligation to identify the true potential within any student of any age. Our goal is to discover the students’ best way of learning; guiding them to feel self-empowered with those tools to continue independently. We offer a program called Planes, Trains, and Travel which is a unique travel program designed […]
The Canadian Mental Health Association is a nation-wide, non-profit organization founded in 1918 that promotes the mental health of all and supports the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental illness. At the CMHA Halton Region Branch, we promote mental health for all through support services for people living with mental health and/or addiction concerns and health and wellness promotion. Our services include: Specialized support for people who have mental health and/or addiction concerns to help them improve their health, well-being, and quality of life 24-7 phone and mobile crisis intervention through our 24/7 crisis line at 1-877-825-9011 Free walk-in counseling to help people improve their wellness, cope better, and create positive solutions to life’s challenges Anger management and wellness groups to help participants learn about and develop positive coping strategies Educational presentations and training on a variety of mental health topics, including Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST), Living Life to the Full, and Mental Health First Aid workshops to help participants learn about caring for their own health and wellness and effectively supporting others Mental health information and referral to community services to provide people with current and comprehensive information and connections to the help and resources they […]
Employment Halton offers a range of programs and services to help you search for a job or train for a new career. Our services are FREE and available to all Halton residents. We provide job placement services, one-on-one support and have an Employment Resource Centre, offering: Job postings from local employers (updated daily) Onsite staff support to help you with your job/career search Internet access and links to local employment and training related websites Fax machine and photocopier at no cost Books, career guides, local newspapers and business directories
LOCATED IN TORONTO, SERVING ONTARIO, COVERED BY OHIP ‘Adults with physical disabilities have the right to live in the community with support, where they can make choices, have control and take responsibility for their lives’. In an apartment setting, Gage Transition to Independent Living (GTIL) provides 24 hour attendant services, living and life skills learning and health education. Through participating in an individualized program, young adults with physical disabilities build confidence and practice skills for increasing independence and control over their lives. The length of each participant’s program is offered by the admissions committee and can range from 6-18 months.
Incorporated in 1989, SAVIS of Halton is a feminist community-based organization that incorporates anti-oppression/anti-racism politics and practices into all aspects of our agency’s operation. We believe our services must be inclusive and equitable for all individuals accessing our programs while being responsive to issues of race, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, socio-economic status and/or abilities. Our mandate is to provide free, confidential, and non-judgemental 24 hour support to all survivors of violence including women, men, and members of the transgender community. We advocate against violence in the community at large and promote prevention through community education. SAVIS services include: Free, confidential counseling 24 Hour Crisis and Support Line 905.875.1555 Group Counselling Workshops Accompaniments Public Education and Advocacy SAVIS also offers a variety of volunteer opportunities including Office Administration, Crisis Line Volunteers, Bingo, Committee and Workshop Volunteers amongst many more. If you are interested in volunteering please visit our website or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
We provide opportunities for a higher quality of life for Deaf people while preserving and promoting their language and culture. Our services are designed to: Promote independence, dignity and individuality for Deaf seniors Help Deaf people with developmental disabilities, mental health challenges or other special needs become contributing members of society and reach their highest potential Provide a positive learning environment and strong foundation of knowledge and skills for Deaf, deafened and hard of hearing learners Create awareness of the Deaf Community and reduce barriers to communication by offering hearing individuals experience with a new language (American Sign Language) Offer an inclusive environment where Deaf children can enjoy a summer camp without communication barriers
WeFlow helps children with Cerebral Palsy and other motor impairments. Come and learn how to: Improve overall quality of life Build head and trunk control Reduce spasticity Promote more natural movements Regulate vital functions by gently working on your child’s Fascial System.
WE HELP FAMILIES PREPARE FOR THE FUTURE. Primerica is a Main Street Company for Main Street North America. Our mission is to help families earn more income and become properly protected, debt free and financially independent. Today’s families face major financial challenges. They’re being forced to downsize their goals and dreams — to settle for less. Primerica shows them how they can change their life. We are the one company focused on the middle market and helping Main Street families get the financial help they need. We help Main Street families get the protection they need at a price they can afford, invest for the future and get out of debt. We teach families fundamental financial principles that aren’t taught in school and we give them an opportunity to build a business and transform their lives. Our History Primerica Canada’s roots date back to 1986 when the company began a revolutionary crusade to transform the life insurance industry. Primerica originated the “Buy Term and Invest the Difference” philosophy which encourages families to purchase affordable term life insurance so they can get the protection they need at a price they can afford and have more money to invest in their family’s future. In 2010, Primerica became a newly […]
Trillium Support Service was founded on the principles of a Social Enterprise. Our leadership team have collectively over 100 years of experience working in either the healthcare or social care sectors. We wanted to find a way to provide exemplary service. By developing a Social Enterprise, we are able to give back to the community via shared experience/knowledge/education and any profits will be shared amongst our users. Trillium Support gives back as a Social Enterprise not only monetarily but with our quality and caliber of our Social Care Workers. Our staff are qualified to support a broad spectrum of individuals from pediatric through geriatric populations. Our Coordinators ensure that each individual is matched with an appropriate Social Care Worker. Trillium Behavioural Services is a specialized support service designed to meet the needs of children, youth, and adults with complex behavioural challenges. We believe that the solutions to behavioural challenges often reside with the people who know the individual the best. Consequently, our approach is designed to be a collaborative process, involving the active participation of the individual, and family. Depending on the individual’s needs, services can be provided in almost any setting, including: community, residential care facility, in-home, hospital, school, […]
Burlington is one of Canada’s best cities. Burlington, Ontario, with its population of 183,000, is one of Canada’s great cities. Burlington is close to major transportation, to the cities of Hamilton and Toronto and to the U.S. border. We are fortunate to have the UNESCO world biosphere reserve Niagara Escarpment in our backyard and Lake Ontario in our front yard. Burlington boasts great employment opportunities, low crime rates and a community feel. More than half of the city is protected rural space. The city offers world-class urban amenities, including shopping and dining and is home to some of Ontario’s top festivals and events. Attractions include the Royal Botanical Gardens and the Burlington Performing Arts Centre.
Tourette Canada, formerly known as the Tourette Syndrome Foundation of Canada, is a registered (11926 7862 RR0001) charitable organization dedicated to improving the lives of Canadians affected by Tourette Syndrome (TS) and associated conditions. We’re national in scope and volunteer based. Tourette Canada is comprised of: A geographically diverse, volunteer Board of Directors; Local volunteer affiliates including Chapters, Resource Units, and Contact Representatives; A Professional Advisory Board made up of clinicians and other experts on TS from Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom; and A small paid staff who works out of the National Office located in Mississauga, Ontario. Through a national network of committed Affiliates, Tourette Canada provides a range of services to those living with Tourette Syndrome and their families. Our main goal is to creating awareness and understanding of Tourette Syndrome through education, advocacy, support and the promotion of research. Learn about our current programs and services or resources. Tourette Canada’s logo, a soaring kite, is a symbol of struggle and success. Each kite’s journey is unique, individual and apparently random, much like those who live with TS. Buffeted by the wind, it can sometimes be a challenge to defy gravity and stay aloft. With the help of its […]
Anchor’s management team is a crucial piece to providing quality tailored and/or adaptable support to an individual with complex special needs. Each individual has different needs, and therefore Anchor’s management model encompasses an approach that provides close oversight of all of its associates. Anchor’s Management team will be responsible for overseeing coordination of schedules, oversight of programming goals, mentorship of its associates as well as coordination and support for the individual and their family. Our Management team is approachable and will help individuals and their families work through any stressful and tenuous situations that may arise as a result of the individuals’ complex needs. Through Anchor management, each individual and their family can be rest assure that there will be someone available to them to help problem solve and/or work through a variety of difficult scenarios.
Our Story AbleLiving is a not for profit organization operated by Thrive Group. Thrive Group has been created to bring like-minded organizations together to develop a broad range and continuum of services that enable clients to live fulfilling lives and as independently as possible. Thrive Group organizations operate independently but collaboratively with other organizations in the network. Benefits of membership include the opportunity to enhance client service, more efficient use of resources, and lower cost of service delivery. As a network, Thrive Group organizations also have access to operational synergies in human resources, finance, Information Technology and overall administration. Our Philosophy We believe living well is an art, not a science. Thrive Group makes living life well, on our own terms, a reality. With an integrated service delivery model, Thrive Group provides a healthy living experience that meets service, safety and care requirements in environments designed for people with unique needs. Our Mission Thrive Group provides a spectrum of integrated services to support and care for individuals to live as independently as possible. By bringing together like-minded organizations we will: Develop and deliver quality services that are responsive and innovative Enhance collaborative approaches to service provision Inform government directives and […]
WHAT WE DO DTSH Services is an organization committed to helping children, young adults and families that are facing developmental disabilities. We firmly believe with the correct guidance and support most people with developmental disabilities can still participate fully in society and go on to become valuable members of a community. Not only do we offer special programs and other support systems to those in need but we also offer Safety Programs for meeting the safety needs of children and youth and young adults. DTSH Developmental Services Inc`s mission is to help people reach their developmental potential by teaching parents, caregivers and families how to advocate, support, and understand their loved one’s abilities in a holistic, safe, and welcoming environment. What we do differently? Two things which make our program different from others is the fact that we do not expect our students to fit the program, we make sure our program meets the student’s needs, allowing all children to gain skills at their own pace and at their own level of development. Secondly, we believe that parents are key to helping us provide a program which respects the child holistically, we ask parents for suggestions on how to better meet […]
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LCCS provides Adult Day Programs at all three Support Centres and Overnight Respite Programs at our Toronto location. Lusa’s programs have been successfully supporting social inclusion for our participants. Our Adult Day Program offers individuals the opportunity for continued learning and developmental growth through stimulating, interactive activities delivered through a structured schedule. Activities are geared to promote social, physical and mental well-being and addresses the important aspects of social inclusion; encouraging participants to achieve their full potential. Activities are structured to encourage full participation, engagement and ensures participants receive dynamic programs, new experiences and life skills’ learning opportunities. The diverse range of activities ranging from educationalbased activities such as numeracy, literacy, science, computer instruction, life skills, fine and gross motor activities, daily physical activity and sensory engaging activities including snoezelen experiences. In addition, programming encourages arts, crafts, drama, music, dance and social activities to facilitate social and communication skills. Lusa’s focus is being able to engage and reach out to our participants, who have varying levels of ability, fulfills our mission ensuring every individual feels included and valued. Overnight Respite Programs are available seven days a week at the Toronto centre and […]
The Special Friends Network is a grassroots initiative that was started to bring together people of all abilities. We are a social group that focuses on connecting and celebrating our neurodiverse world. Inclusion isn’t simply an idea, it’s our Motto. We are currently located and operating in Halton Region and welcome Members from Halton and surrounding areas. Life skills building, confidence, independence, physical wellness and friendship are all important components when developing each event.
20% of our sales from today event and 10% of future sales go to Friday Night Buddies. Friday Night Buddies is a group of Adults with Special needs who meet 2x they will decide as a group what they wish to do with the money they raise. It will help with Special Olympics, help a family at Christmas.
In partnership with Community Living North Halton (CLNH), Prep To Step-Up began in August of 2014. Through a curriculum of Literacy, Math, Science, Musical Therapy/Theatre Arts, Technology, Social/Life/Organizational Skills and Independence we aim to stimulate the great potential within our Clients, enhancing self-confidence and improving communication. Twice a Semester, families and Support Staff are invited to participate in seminars which provide insight on Client progress and future planning.
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Cornerstone Support Services is committed to providing excellent and affordable home care and community-based services to individuals and families living in the Hamilton, Halton and Niagara area. At Cornerstone Support Services we recognize and understand the importance of family continuity in addition to community inclusion. We provide excellent support services to seniors, individuals who have an intellectual disability or those who may require support due to a physical disability so they may remain living safely in their home and continue to be active in their community. We are committed to providing our clients with superior services delivered by our professional support workers through one-on-one, small group activities and non-medical care support that promote independence with dignity and respect. To begin the process, we will meet with you and you’re loved for a complimentary in-home assessment. We will develop a support plan that fits your needs and works within your budget. Using your family and loved ones preferences, goals and dreams, a support worker will be matched with your loved one to best meet these preferences. We also realize that trust is of the utmost importance, and as such our support workers are qualified, experienced, insured, and have completed a thorough screening […]
Camelot Centre is a creative day program for adults with developmental disabilities in Burlington, ON. We are a not-for-profit, registered charity, offering continuing education, life skills, physical fitness, recreation, crafts and social interaction in a structured environment for adults, over the age of 20. Incorporated in July 2006, Camelot Centre was started by a board of dedicated parents whose children, upon completing their high school educations, had no program in the community to meet their special requirements. We work very had to make Camelot Centre the “congenial spot” that meets the needs of each client. Camelot Centre is the proud recipients of the Burlington Accessibility Award in 2013 for both Education and Recreation. Our Mission & Values To provide a creative, caring and supportive environment for adults with intellectual disabilities over the age of 20, in which life skills, physical and mental well-being are prioritized. We strive to create a program tailored for the specific needs of each client, respecting their “Diversabilities”. Our Centre A safe, private, facility in a residential neighbourhood A full-size gymnasium A large fully equipped industrial kitchen Two large rooms for classroom and activities Close to Lake Ontario, parks and outdoor swimming pool for summer outings. […]
BONDS Autism Centre was founded by Vanessa Lane in response to parent requests to advance social skill development opportunities in the Halton and surrounding regions. Vanessa has been in the field for 12 years and has seen first-hand the waitlists and limited resources available. Vanessa was introduced into the field with an Undergraduate degree in Childhood and Social Institutions and then a graduate certificate in Autism and Behavioural Sciences. She later went on to complete a Master’s degree in Applied Disability Studies, specializing in ABA. Vanessa has a passion for working with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and recognizes individual and age-appropriate needs. As a new mom herself, she understands the dedication and commitment that parents have towards their children. Staff of BONDS Autism Centre are passionate and enthusiastic individuals. They are friendly and recognize the strengths and needs of those they support. The staff come to BONDS with a variety of educational and practical hands-on experience. They are specifically assigned to individual ABA programming/ cases or groups based on their ability to appropriately support them. Staff have and will continue to build a positive and open relationship with your family or child as demonstrated by past and current testimonials. […]
Jane’s private practice blends her lengthy career as a Trademark Agent and Lawyer with Wills and Estates Law. In the mid-80s, Jane qualified as a Trademark Agent and worked with two Bay Street law firms in Toronto. She moved to Windsor where as Director of Trademarks for a global wine and spirits company she was responsible for many famous brands including Canadian Club, Kahlua, Dunkin’ Donuts, and Baskin-Robbins. There she attained a law degree from the University of Windsor. Moving back to Oakville, she joined BlackBerry where she managed a legal team responsible for the protection, enforcement and licensing of the company’s trademarks globally. FOCUS ON THE SPECIAL NEEDS COMMUNITY After 25 years in practicing in the Intellectual Property law community, Jane has broadened her practice to include Wills and Estate law, with a focus on the special needs community. Her passion in that area comes naturally as a mother of a special needs child. She faces the same challenges shared by other families, giving her a unique opportunity to help the community. Jane’s commitment to improving the lives of our dependent children and adults in Halton and surrounding areas has led her to join the Board of Directors with […]
DAY PROGRAM FOR ADULTS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL disABILITIES 141 Bronte Road, Oakville, ON. L6L 3C3 AIM is not-for-profit Day Program for young adults with developmental disabilities located in Kitchener, Cambridge and Oakville. AIM offers enrolment to individuals 18+, as well as special enrolment for high school students during holidays. AIM operates from Monday-Friday from 8am-4pm and is fully accessible. AIM participants partake in meaningful activities that promote community inclusion for individuals who are interested in making new friendships, trying new things, staying active, and building new skills. AIM provides opportunities for participants to develop confidence and increase independence. AIM programming assists participants to develop work skills and engage in purposeful community involvement through volunteerism. PROGRAM: With a low ratio of staff to participants we meet the emotional, developmental and personal needs of our participants through experienced support and supervision. MISSION: To encourage growth and enhance life experiences for participants with developmental disABILITIES, through building bonds of friendship, creating meaningful activities, providing opportunities that increase well-being and by fostering purposeful community connections. VISION: To build a strong, safe and supportive community for adults with developmental disABILITIES through building connections in all we do. AIM OBJECTIVES: 1) AIM provides a safe & supportive environment where participants […]