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MEDIA ADVISORY – Community Living Toronto Hosts Lemonade Stands to Support United Way Campaign                              

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Community Living Toronto locations across the GTA are hosting a “Great Community Lemonade Stand” to raise awareness and funds for The United Way of Greater Toronto. This is also a great opportunity for the people we support to get to know their neighbours after being socially isolated during the pandemic lockdowns. Come by and purchase a refreshing lemonade with proceeds going to The United Way of Greater Toronto. We would also love to say “Hi!” to our neighbours! (Read more)

Introducing our 2022 Annual Report!

This fiscal year was defined by immense change and growth. Community Living Toronto (CLTO)
transformed to be more responsive to the evolving needs of people who have an intellectual disability and is now structured around three
service streams: Supported Living, Community Participation Supports and Respite, and Specialized Supports. (Read more)

CLTO Board Committee Recruitment

Community Living Toronto (CLTO) has been a source of support for people with an intellectual disability and their families since 1948.  We offer a wide range of services including housing and employment supports, supported living, and community-based activities.  We are … (Read more)

Introducing My Plan

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We’re happy to announce the launch of our new My Plan template and two new staff training modules for Person-Directed Planning! Person-Directed Planning (PDP) is something we do every year with the adults (18+) we support, and it’s foundational to our work. … (Read more)

Kamloops Indian Residential School

Community Living Toronto is committed to working with the individuals we support, our staff, volunteers and members to do our part in understanding this history and helping to make our city and province a more welcoming and inclusive place to call home. The present awakening to historical injustices is an opportunity to examine those parts of our Canadian story and confront them head-on. We all have a duty to listen, understand, respect, and change. (Read more)