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Brampton Caledon Community Living

Brampton Caledon Community Living
34 Church St West, Brampton, ON L6X 1H3
Brampton
905-453-8841
Answering service (weekdays & weekends) 4:30 pm-8:30 am (messages are passed to on-call staff for response)
905-453-8853
Karen Sebastian, Administration and Resource Support, ph:905-453-8841 ext 1221, Karens@bramptoncaledoncl.ca
Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm * Community Living Supports (Residential) Mon-Sun 24 hours
Canadian citizens with a developmental disability
Supports people with a developmental disability, in partnership with their families and the community, to lead enriched and meaningful lives

Adult & Children Service Coordination -- guidance for children and adults with a developmental disability and their families to access resources in the community as well as information and resources on such matters as wills and estate planning, education and school issues, and government programs for people with a developmental disability

Out-Of-Home Respite Supports -- provides families caring for a family member with a developmental disability some time to themselves while their family member is supported in social, recreational, and educational activities that promote skill development and community participation
* a number of respite options for particular needs and age groups

Community Participation Supports -- a range and variety of activities, experiences, and opportunities for adults with a developmental disability including volunteer work and community outings to arts and crafts and educational activities

Community Living Supports -- helps people to live in their home
* supports are designed to promote participation and inclusion in the community, personal goals, skills, and relationships
* a range of supports and support models are offered, including Group Living, Supported Independent Living and Family Home

Frontier College/Independent Studies -- partnership offers adults with a developmental disability the opportunity to learn how to read and strengthen their literacy skills
* people work towards greater self-confidence and personal independence to participate in educational, employment, or life opportunities

Early Childhood Education -- consultation and support to pre-school centres and families of pre-school children with a developmental disability with a view to promoting the children's skills, development and inclusion in the pre-school setting and a successful transition to the school system
English
Membership ; Program ; Admission
Fully Accessible
Non Profit
26-Mar-19
28-Oct-19
PEL0416
Brampton Caledon Community Living
Address: 34 Church St West, Brampton, ON L6X 1H3;
Phone: 905-453-8841
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