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||4069 Pheasant Run
Mississauga, ON L5L 2C2
||Private summer camp (located near Parry Sound) for children with special needs such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD); learning disabilities; Asperger Syndrome and nonverbal learning disabilities (NLD). Offers individualized educational maintenance program, a social skills program and over 50 sports and activities. Transportation to camp provided.
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|CMH0035||Dufferin Peel Catholic District School Board, Psychology Department
||Catholic Education Centre
40 Matheson Blvd W
Mississauga, ON L5R 1C5
|905-890-0708 ext 24330
||Services provided include:
*Assessment of academic, intellectual, social, and emotional development
*Consultation with teachers, parents, and families about learning, social and behavioral problems.
*Diagnosing of various intellectual, perceptual, learning, behavioral, developmental, emotional, or personality disorders.
*Counselling individual students or groups of students with personal or family issues (such as family separation, loss of a family member, or behavioral problems)
*Assessment as to whether a child or adolescent qualifies for special education programs.
*Training in study skills.
*Helping students to develop social skills or academic motivation.
*Providing peer support groups for gifted students.
*Offering in-service programs for educators, other board personnel, and parents.
*Providing referrals to community resources and liaising as necessary.
School psychology staff members are listed on Board's web-site.
|Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm
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||Croatian Cultural Centre
9118 Winston Churchill Blvd
Norval L0P 1K0
||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
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|CDR0161||Learning Disabilities Association, North Peel
||Bramalea Civic Centre
150 Central Park Dr, Ste 104
Brampton, ON L6T 2T9
||The Learning Disabilities Association of North Peel (LDA) is a parent and professional,non-profit, charitable organization,
assisting people with learning disabilities and their families.
Provides support, guidance and resource information;an interactive environment, offers workshops, programs, courses and support groups, and public awareness of learning disabilities.
They offer: * computer skills program for children and adolescents (7-16yrs) who are Learning Disabled (LD) or have Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) * social skills program for children (7-11yrs) and adolescents (12-16yrs) who are Learning Disabled (LD) or have Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) * anger management program for children (7-13) who are Learning Disabled (LD) or have Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) * summer support program a full day program for children (6-12yrs) designed to incorporate learning and fun * academic support (tutoring) one-on-one support for elementary school students (Gr. 1-8) * youth group designed to meet the social needs of adolescents (13-18yrs), * adult support group facilitated by professionals who encourage self-facilitation amongst participants. * parent support group a group setting for parents of learning disabled children of all ages to help understand learning disabilities and learn about strategies to help their child.
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|CDR0160||Learning Disabilities Association of Peel Region -, Mississauga Office
||165 Dundas St W, Suite 800
Mississauga, ON L5B 2N6
||The Learning Disabilities Association of Peel Region is a non-profit, charitable organizations comprised of groups of parents and professionals brought together by a concern for children and adults with learning disabilities.
LDA assists people with learning disabilities and their families by providing support, guidance and resources information; provides an interactive environment, offering workshops, programs, courses and support groups; provides public awareness of learning disabilities; supports LDAO in pursuing legislative and government initiatives with special education funding and curriculum; supports LDA Ontario in their work with the provincial and local governments to initiate new policies for those with learning disabilities
CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS include:
COMPUTER SKILLS PROGRAM
For children and adolescents (7-16 years) who are learning disabled (LD) or have Attention Deficit (Hyperactivity) Disorder (AD(H)D); and who may experience difficulty in the areas of reading and writing, cognitive ability, comprehension, information retention, fine motor control and visual perception
SOCIAL SKILLS PROGRAM
For children (7-11 years) and adolescents (12-16 years) who are LD or have AD(H)D: and who may avoid social contact; behave immaturely, be shy or timid in groups, and/or experience conflict with peers.
POSITIVE CONFLICT RESOLUTION PROGRAM
For children (8-11 years) and adolescents (12-16 years) who are LD or have AD(H)D who may need assistance in developing effecting coping behaviours, manage conflict and develop constructive strategies to diffuse confrontations.
ACADEMIC SUPPORT (TUTORING)
For elementary and high school students who require individual assistance with their school work and improve studying skills.
Designed to meet the social needs of adolescents (11-16 years), this program gives youth the opportunity to interact with their peers while having a chance to participate in fun activities.
SUMMER SUPPORT PROGRAM
A full day program for individuals between the ages six and twelve designed to incorporate learning and fun. Participants will be encouraged to develop and/or improve study skills, learn computer skills, and take part in exciting social skills activities.
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|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
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|CMH0201||William Osler Health Centre, Brampton Civic Hospital, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Clinic
||30A Kennedy Rd S, Ste 200
Brampton, ON L6W 3E2
||Provides outpatient treatment to families with children and adolescents (to 18yrs), who are experiencing or are at risk of developing a serous psychiatric disorder. Difficulties may include significant social, emotional, learning and behavioural problems. Services include assessment and treatment through group therapy, limited family and individual therapy, and pharmacological therapy, as well as linkages with schools and community agencies.
||Intake Mon, Wed, Fri 9 am-12 noon
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