Mary Centre of the Archdiocese of Toronto
|Description & Services|
|Description||Mary Centre provides residential services to adults who have developmental challenges in Brampton, Toronto & Woodbridge |
Brampton Residence * two wheelchair accessible homes for adults (four people in each house)* residents participate in education, employment, and recreation activities in the community
Supported Independent Living Program * apartments in Brampton, Toronto, and Woodbridge where residents live independently with some staff assistance
Community Support Day Program * provides support to individuals with a developmental disability; allowing for opportunities to interact with and be active with communinty setting* develop life and social skills in group setting*
Integrated Seniors Program * supports people (50yrs and older) to choose leisure, education, and/or volunteer opportunities that encourage integration with with their peers * Peel and Toronto
Respite Program * provides relief to caregivers of adults with a developmental disability * in-house support workers provide assistance in areas such as life skill development, social integration, and access to recreation activities * out of home option - St Bernard's residence, Toronto * 5 respite beds (not wheelchair accessible) * fee for service
Community Support Program - Peel * assists individuals to access the supports required to develop the skills for daily living and achieve a more independent lifestyle while living in the family home * matches Support Workers to the individual * provides opportunities to meet new people, develop new friendships, and develop life and social skills in community settings.
Transtion and Long term Care Program * assist individuals to prepare for life in long term care while living in their current situation* support and maintaining a connection with the individual once the long term care placement had occurred * assist individual to create social networks within the long term care community.
Volunteer Program * enhances the lives of the individuals with "Friendly Visitors", "Drivers to appointments & Church", "Literacy/Computer Tutors".
Faith Outreach Program* connects individuals with the faith community of their choice, and helps them become more involved with groups and activities in their faith communities.
|Hours||Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm|
|Areas Served||Peel Region ; Toronto ; York Region|
|Eligibility||Ages: 18 year(s) and up |
Adults 18 and older who are developmentally challenged
|Fees||Service - Fee for service for respite care ; Government regulated|
|Address||1 Bartley Bull Pkwy Pkwy, Unit 18|
Brampton, ON L6W 3T7
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|Intersection||Steeles Ave & Hurontario St (Hwy 10)|
|Mailing Address||530 Wilson Ave, Ste 210 |
Toronto, ON M3H 5Y9
|Office Phone||Toronto 416-630-5533; Peel 905-866-6300|
|Fax||*Head Office 416-630-5702 |
*Peel Office 905-866-6304
|Primary Contact||Terry Elliott, Program Director for Peel; Phone: 416-630-5533 ext 225; Peel 905-866-6300 ext 221; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Alternate Contact||Tracey Berman, Respite Care and Intake Director; Phone: 416-630-5533 ext 222; Email: email@example.com|
|Primary Executive||Dominic Conforti, Executive Director; Phone: 416-630-5533 ext 223; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Volunteer Coordinator||Carol Chung, Parish Outreach and Volunteer Coordinator; Phone: 416-630-5533 ext 227; Email: email@example.com|
|Funding||Provincial - Ontario. Ministry of Community & Social Services; Ontario. Ministry of Municipal Affairs & Housing ; Private - ShareLife through Catholic Charities|
|Service Level||(50) Non Profit|
|Subjects||Adults ; Caregiver relief ; Developmental disabilities ; Life skills training ; Physical disabilities ; Residences ; Respite care ; Seniors ; Seniors housing ; Supportive settings ; Vacation care ; Volunteer opportunities|