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|Record #||Organization / Program Name(s)||Address||Office Phone||Description||Hours||My List|
|CDR0045||Child Care SNAP Peel||Region of Peel
10 Peel Centre Drive, Suite B
Brampton, ON L6T 0E3
|905-791-7800 ext 7627||A single point of access referral service for families and professionals to get services for children with special needs who are enrolled in a preschool or child care program or who are interested in attending a child care program.
The partners involved in providing services to families across the Region are:
Brampton Caledon Community Living
Community Living Mississauga
Peel Children's Centre
Region of Peel, Children's Services Division
The Ontario Foundation for Visually Impaired Children.
The service is managed within the Early Learning Services at the Region of Peel on behalf of the partners.
|Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm||Add Record|
|CDR0016||Child Development Resource Connection Peel, PEP Start||75 Watline Ave, Ste 103
Mississauga, ON L4Z 3E9
|905-568-8897||PEP-START is a rotating drop-in clinic designed for families, in Peel Region, with children (newborn-5yrs) who are concerned about their child's development. PEP-START offers parents the opportunity to consult briefly with professionals from community agencies in any or all of the following areas:
* Speech and Language: A speech and language pathologist will briefly screen your child in the area of speech and language development.
* Parenting/Behaviour: A preschool consultant will briefly discuss your questions and concerns regarding your child's behaviour.
* Preschool Devlopment: A resource teacher will briefly respond to questions or concerns in all areas of development and learning.
* Infant/Toddler Development: An Infant Development Consultant will briefly discuss questions about your baby's behaviour and development.
* General Health and Nutrition: A Public Health Nurse will briefly discuss questions about your child's health and nutrition.
This is an Early Identification Clinic and is not intended for children who have already been identified as needing special services such as assessment or diagnosis. Children known to have a delay should be referred directly to the appropriate agency.
See www.cdrcp.com (Pep-Start) for clinic dates and times.
|MHL0138||CNIB, Halton/Peel Office||Sussex Centre
50 Burnhamthorpe Road W, Ste 421
Mississauga, ON L5B 3C2
|905-275-5332||CNIB provides community-based support, knowledge and a national voice to ensure Canadians who are blind or partially sighted have the confidence, skills and opportunities to fully participate in life. * services include: counselling and training * services for children and families * independent living skills * independent travel skills* computer training * consumer products * assistive technology * low vision services * accessible design services * accessible text services||Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm by appointment only||Add Record|
|CDR0015||Community Living Mississauga, Preschool Services||6695 Millcreek Dr, Unit 1
Mississauga, ON L5N 5R8
|905-542-2694||Provides support to children who have an intellectual disability and their families, to promote the successful inclusion of children into community childcare programs. Resource teachers provide service coordination support to families, and develop Individual Program Plans in partnership with community childcare staff, and other professionals. This service is provided through consultation visits to the childcare centre, and home visits with the child's family.||Add Record|
|CDR0070||Ernest C Drury School for the Deaf||255 Ontario St S
Milton, ON L9T 2M5
|905-878-2851||Day and residential school for the deaf. Preschool home visiting program for deaf and hard of hearing children. Awareness workshops for parents and professionals.||Office Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm||Add Record|
|CDR0156||Kids Inc||Croatian Cultural Centre
9118 Winston Churchill Blvd
Norval L0P 1K0
|519-855-6074||Summer recreational day camp located in a 55-acre private park, offering sports, recreational and creative activities; private swimming lessons; bus service to camp; extended hours care package; Community Service hours available for high school students.
Community Living Mississauga provides support to individuals who have an intellectual disability to ensure their quality of life in the community is meaningfully improved. One on one support workers can be provided to help all children have fun and be successful at camp.
Mini Camp: 4-5yrs
General Camp: 6-12yrs
Leadership Camp: 13-14yrs
|Camp 7:30 am-6 pm||Add Record|
|CDR0014||PAH, Mental Health Services||255 Ontario St S
Milton, ON L9T 2M5
|905-878-2639||PAH! provides mental health services to Deaf and hard of hearing children and youth, and their families. PAH! and is a partnership between Bob Rumball Association for the Deaf (BRAD) and Reach Out Centre for Kids (ROCK). Services are client centred and strength based. the services offered include individual and family counselling, group programs, Art and Expressive therapy and consultation to agencies and professionals.||Mon-Fri 9 am-5.00 pm||Add Record|
|CDR0084||Peel District School Board||HJA Brown Education Centre
5650 Hurontario St
Mississauga, ON L5R 1C6
|905-890-1099; Automated Attendant 905-890-1010||Provides elementary and secondary school education according to requirements of the Ontario Ministry of Education. Guidance counselling is given to students in liaison with teachers and parents.
For more information about FRENCH LANGUAGE SCHOOLS in Peel see entries for Conseil Scolaire De District Centre-Sud-Ouest (Public) and Conseil Scolaire de District Catholique Centre-Sud (Catholic French).
ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAMS
Daytime Adult Education for diploma purposes; and English as a Second Language (ESL) classes are offered at various locations in Peel.
Brampton/Caledon 905-890-1099 ext 2632
Mississauga 905-890-1099 ext 2684
Run by a community-based committee approved by the Board of Education. The committee is responsible for the rental of schools to outside groups (eg, Scouts, Guides, sports groups, etc).
933 Central Pkwy W, Mississauga, ON * 905-279-4258
Makes available to teachers, reusable materials that industries in Peel consider surplus to their needs.
PEEL ALTERNATIVE SCHOOLS
Alternative secondary schools offering programs from Grades 7-12, for adolescents not functioning effectively in the regular classroom, and who wish to improve their performance. The Senior Alternative Program is for adults and students (16yrs and over) who need a more independent form of education.
SCHOOL SOCIAL WORK
School social workers assist schools in identifying and removing those obstacles in students or in their environment which interfere with their ability to benefit from educational experiences. Services include consultation, short-term and attendance counselling, crisis intervention, and liaison with the community.
SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAM SERVICES
Coordinates formal assessment of children with special education needs, and placement in programs for students with special physical, communication or intellectual needs, including those with physical disabilities, specialized language needs or learning disabilities. Offers these services at various locations.
|Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm||Add Record|
|CDR0095||Peel Respite Services||75 Watline Ave, Unit 103
Mississauga, ON L4Z 3E5
Is a web based database helping to make locating Respite Services easier.
Peel Respite Services helps to connect families requiring respite services for children and adults with developmental disabilities with a registry of respite workers. Peel Respite Services also helps to connect respite workers with job opportunities and related training.
*includes children who have a developmental disability or a physical disability, and adults who have a developmental disability.
|Mon-Fri 9am-5pm||Add Record|
|CDR0079||Reach for the Rainbow||20 Torlake Cres
Toronto, ON M8Z 1B3
|416-503-0088||Reach for the Rainbow (RFTR) is a registered charity serving children and young adults with developmental and physical disabilities from across Ontario. Working with Partners in Integration, Reach for the Rainbow works to provide integrated recreational, respite and outreach opportunities.
The agency's integrated programs are designed to:
Provide an opportunity for children and youth with physical and/or developmental disabilities living at home to participate in integrated summer camps and community programs;
Provide training opportunities for camp staff and on-going consultation with parents and campers to help ensure a successful, integrated experience that benefits parents, campers, staff, and community alike;
Allow the opportunity for respite care in valued settings. Respite strengthens families caring for individuals with disabilities at home and creates a positive impact on their quality of life.
|Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5:00 pm||Add Record|