This edition of our Membership newsletter is for the months of June and July. The next newsletter will be sent out in August.
We had an exciting month of May, from celebrating Community Living Month, TTC travel training pilots and classes, a retirement after 40 years, Bowling fundraiser coverage, this month was great! Download the PDF version of the newsletter here… (Read more)
We are so happy everyone came out to our Family Fun Fair! Every year we have a lot of fun planning this event. In order for us to put on another successful Family Fun Fair for next year, we need your feedback! (Read more)
The City wants to hear from the public about barriers faced by people with disabilities and what can be done differently to reduce those barriers. (Read more)
Here is the panel of discussion following the film Sanctuary. We presented this film at the ReelAbilities film festival on May 11th, 2017.
Our Family Fun Fair is only a month away! If you can’t make it, you can still help support us in this fun filled day! (Read more)
Luminato is committed to being a festival that is accessible to everyone, including people with disabilities. Among our new accessibility initiatives this year we are offering three specialized performances. (Read more)
Stratford Festival is offering special prices for their 2 Relaxed performances specifically designed for Patrons of all abilities. Find out more on their website! (Read more)
A Crow’s Theatre Production
Based on Globe and Mail journalist Ian Brown’s candid and moving memoir of raising his son Walker, The Boy in the Moon captures the journey of a couple raising a child with profound disabilities caused by a rare genetic disorder. Read more
“SANCTUARY” The Canadian Premiere at the ReelAbilities Film Festival was on Thursday May 11th. We presented the panel discussion following the screening. Watch the live footage here.
On May 4th, OASIS (Ontario Agencies Supporting Individuals with Special Needs) awarded long time Community Living Toronto volunteer, Donna Britten with the Annie Oliver Award. The award recognizes an individual who demonstrates excellence and leadership in the Developmental Services sector, who has assisted OASIS in achieving the goals inherent in its mission statement, and who has inspired others. (Read more)