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| ||CAL0206||Bolton Skating Club
||Provides figure skating, power skating and canskate lessons at the Sheardown Arena in the Albion Bolton Community Centre, as well as in the Caledon East Arena during Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer programs
||Canskate & Figure skating in Fall, Winter, Spring: Mon-Fri 4 pm-8 pm *Sat 8 am-11 am
Power Skating - Fall, Winter & Spring on Fridays 4-8, Summer 9 to 11:30 a.m.
see website for details www.boltonskatingclub.ca
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|CDR0005||Child Development Resource Connection Peel, Resource Connection (The)
||75 Watline Ave, Ste 103
Mississauga, ON L4Z 3E5
||The Resource Connection is a professional resource lending library. The Resource Centre provides access to quality resources for parents, educators, respite workers and other individuals working with families or children and adults with special needs.
Take a virtual tour of our Resource Library by visiting our website at http://www.cdrcp.com/rc_tour.html
Resources include: * dual language books and CD's * resource books * support bins * educational resource bins * materials to facilitate working with children with special needs *on-site equipment
|*Thurs 4:30 pm – 8:30 pm
*Sat open from 9:30 am – 1:30 pm on the following dates:
*September 24th, 2011
*October 29th, 2011
*November 26th, 2011
*December 17th, 2011
If you would like to borrow/return/renew your items outside those times, please call 905-507-9360 x 311 to make an appointment
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|CDR0141||Geneva Centre for Autism
||112 Merton St
Toronto, ON M4S 2Z8
||Geneva Centre empowers individuals with autism and other related disorders, and their families, to fully participate in their communities.
Increase the community's acceptance of individuals with autism and other related disorders, as valuable members of their community;
Maximize the involvement and participation in the community of individuals with autism and other related disorders, and their families;
Provide leadership in assisting the community in accepting its responsibility to provide the special services and resources needed by individuals with autism and other related disorders, and their families.
Intervention, support, information and consultation to families and service providers across Ontario (partially funded by Ministry of Community and Social Services);
Consultation, training, professional development worldwide;
Collaborative partnerships with families and other service providers, to ensure services meet individual needs;
Leadership in the continuing development of a range of community-based services;
Increased awareness of autism and other related disorders.
Also offers resource services for service providers: in-service training, individual or group workshops; resource library; conusltations.
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