COMMUNITY LIVING TORONTO PROUDLY PRESENTS…
Sibshops are designed for kids ages 8-14, who have a brother or sister with an intellectual disability and who want to meet other kids who truly understand!
We are also welcoming Sibling Mentors – ages 14 to 16! Read more
Community Living Toronto is offering Mindfulness Caregivers sessions. The content of the sessions is the same curriculum used in the research study conducted by CAMH. This New Study Shows Benefits of Mindfulness for Parents of Adult Children with Developmental Disabilities (Read more)
Read this months membership newsletter Connections: Connections Newsletter April Read more
Learn how to cook simple Nutritious Meals! This class is for adults (18+) with an intellectual disability.
It will be at the North York Employment Training Services Kitchen at 1122 Finch Ave. West, Unit 16.
Tuesdays 5pm-8pm April 18th to June 6th, 2017. Read more
Community Living Toronto has partnered with Community Access to Transportation, Geneva Centre, Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital, Kerry’s Place Autism Services, Salvation Army Lawson Ministries, and the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC), and have received a $674,352 grant from the Ministry of Community and Social Services’ Employment and Modernization Fund to fund a comprehensive, city-wide Travel Training Program for people with an Intellectual Disability in Toronto. Read more
Service has been restored at the Spadina Office.
Normal operations can resume effective immediately and the office will be open Thursday March 30th for regular office hours 9am-4:30pm.
Thank you for your patience and understanding. Read more
Creative Village Studio and Community Junction have released their Spring Brochures for 2017.
You can download them here and also Register through MyCommuntyHub.ca (Read more)
An online survey study about experiences with the Polices and/or how Police Officers could better interact with people that have a developmental disability. (Read more)
We have been researching how to support parents of adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). As part of this research, we are holding a free web-based mindfulness parent group for parents to help them cope.
Groups will run for 6 weeks on Tuesdays. (Read more)
The Friendly Housemates model matches college or university students with people with intellectual disabilities as friendly housemates – friendly roommates who hang out together, learn together, and support one another. (Read more)