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Help-A-Family this Holiday Season

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This holiday season, over 24 families that are supported by Community Living Toronto’s Adult Protective Service program have sent us their wish lists. They include much-needed items like winter jackets, scarves, and grocery gift cards, along with fun toys and games like Lego. (Read more)

Together We’re Better Contest

Community Living Ontario is inviting students and classes to participate in a contest where students can send individual stories or poems and classes can submit a video that show why it’s better when everyone learns together including students with an intellectual or developmental disability. The intent is to have students to begin thinking about inclusion and start a conversation about how a diverse class offers a better educational experience for all students. (Read more)

Annual General Meeting Video – September 26, 2019

L-R Nelson Raposo, Minister Todd Smith and Victor Figueiredo

On September 26th, Community Living Toronto hosted our 71st Annual General Meeting at the Alliance Francaise. With over a hundred people in attendance including Association members, staff, families, self-advocates and other DS agencies, we were pleased to welcome our guest speaker for the event, Minister of Children, Community and Social Services, Todd Smith. (Read more)

October is Disability Employment Awareness Month! (DEAM)

classmates of IOPEN sitting around a table

Disability Employment Awareness Month (DEAM) is an annual awareness campaign that takes place each October. The purpose of Disability Employment Awareness Month is to promote employment inclusion for people with disabilities and celebrate the many and varied contributions of workers with disabilities. (Read more)