Disability Sexuality and Consent

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“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.

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OASIS Celebrates the Legacy of Donna Britten!

Donna Britten Received her award on May 4th, 2017

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)

Connections Newsletter May 2017

Volunteer Award Winners

Download our Connections Newsletter! In this newsletter we celebrate our wonderful volunteers, let you you know what you missed in the month of April, and what you can expect this May! We hope you enjoy! (Read more)

Family Fun Fair June 10, 2017

Family Fun Fair

Our Family Fun Fair (Formerly the ANNUAL PICNIC) will be held on Saturday June 10th, 2017. Follow this link to view the map, and let us know you’re coming… (Read more)

Information Session for Professionals

We’re having an open house on May 10th in our Scarborough Region! Come and find out what we do here at Community Living Toronto! RSVP to lynette.annaert@cltoronto.ca by May 1st! (Read more)

In Memory of Elizabeth Cay Shedden

Cay Shedden

It is with heavy hearts and sadness that we inform you of the passing of our dear friend and longtime member Cay Shedden. Cay will be remembered for her strength, perseverance and dedication to all of those around her. As a champion for her son John, and all people who have an intellectual disability, Cay helped to bring immense change to the developmental services sector over the years. Read more

SIBSHOPS Saturday May 6th, 2017

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COMMUNITY LIVING TORONTO PROUDLY PRESENTS…

SIBSHOPS!

 

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