Friendly Housemates is a new residential project Community Living Toronto is exploring in partnership with Centennial College. The model matches post-secondary students in shared living with an individual with an intellectual disability, to live as housemates and experience the importance of having friends and being active in your community. This week, Community Support Coordinator Matt Poirier spoke with NewsTalk 1010 about the project. (Read more)
Community Living Toronto is honoured to be supporting and attending a number of Pride events this year!
Here are a few you will be able to find us at:
A number of people supported by Community Living Toronto will be marching alongside Vita Community Living Services. Read more
For anyone who lived in an institution or knows someone who has, our Birch location is hosting a session with Arch Lawyers to help you with your claim on Wednesday, August 10. For more information, click on the link below.
Our summer issue of the Bridging Diversity Newsletter is here! Learn about the outcomes of the Trillium-funded project, and join the conversation to promote a culture of diversity, equity and inclusion where we live, work, learn and play!
Click on the link to open the newsletter: Bridging Diversity Summer 2016
For more information on the Bridging Diversity initiative contact: email@example.com. Read more
By Mike Adair & Flora Nichols, Community First Team
Community Living Toronto staff gathered at the Victoria Park Hub on May 11th for a presentation on creating a summer employment program for students who have an intellectual disability. The workshop was organized by Community First and sponsored by Youth 2 Work from all four regions. Read more