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|Record #||Organization / Program Name(s)||Address||Office Phone||Description||Hours||My List|
|CDR0097||Association of Early Childhood Educators Ontario||489 College Square, Ste 206
Toronto, ON M6G 1A5
|416-487-3157||AECEO is committed to supporting the needs and goals of early childhood educators (ECEs) of Ontario by insuring that:
AECEO serves and speaks for early childhood educators in Ontario;
A strong professional association contributes to quality programming for young children by supporting early childhood educators in their own growth and development in the AECEO Code of Ethics and the guidance it provides.
Provides certification for ECEs in the field.
|Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm||Add Record|
|CDR0099||Association of Ontario Midwives||Greenwin Square
365 Bloor St E, Ste 301
Toronto, ON M4W 3L4
|416-425-9974||The AOM is the professional body representing midwives and the practice of midwifery in Ontario.
Advocating for the professional interests of midwives and for the Ontario Model of Midwifery Care;
Providing public education and promoting midwifery as an integral part of the Ontario health care system;
Representing midwives to the Ontario Ministry of Health to maintain appropriate funding for midwifery services;
Providing ongoing peer support to all members (including educational and professional development);
Developing clinical and other practice guidelines and promoting midwifery research;
Administering a benefits package;
Negotiating and providing access to professional liability insurance for midwife members.
AOM is an active member in the Canadian Association of Midwives and the International Confederation of Midwives.
|Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm||Add Record|
|CDR0103||Bob Rumball Centre for the Deaf||BRCD
2395 Bayview Ave
North York, ON M2L 1A2
|416-449-9651||Offers the following services:
BOB RUMBALL CENTRE FOR THE DEAF (BCRD)
416-449-9651 * TTY 416-449-2728 * fax 416-449-8881
The centre operates a wide variety of programs, some residential and some day programs. Also operates residential housing off-site in several areas around Toronto.
On site services include:
Supportive housing apartments for Deaf and Deaf-blind seniors; day program; literacy programs for Deaf adults; preschool for Deaf children; support program for parents with newly diagnosed infants; Early Years Centre for the local community (including deaf parents and children); and residential and day programs for Deaf adults with complex needs.
Also offers American Sign Language (ASL) classes to the general public of all ages.
BOB RUMBALL ASSOCIATIONS FOR THE DEAF (BRAD)
905-878-4932 * TTY 905-875-4368 * fax 905- 878-4934
Located in the Milton/Halton Hills area. Provides a variety of care and support to deaf children and adults with a variety of needs including troubled youth, developmentally delayed and Deaf plus individuals, youth and adults with behavioral, emotional or psychiatric problems, young offenders and dually diagnosed individuals. Residential and day services.
Also offers American Sign Language classes to residents of Halton and surrounding areas.
RUMBALL (ONTARIO) CAMP OF THE DEAF (OCD)
705-378-2898 * TTY 705-378-0512 * fax 705-378-0380
Interdenominational Christian camp located south of Parry Sound, offering worship programs, spiritual services, counselling and Bible camp.
BOB RUMBALL HOME FOR THE DEAF
Located in Barrie, this 64 bed long-term care home is specially designed for the care of deaf or deaf-blind residents.
Contact Shirley Cassel 705-719-6700
To apply contact your local community care access centre (CCAC)
A rental facility for meetings and small gatherings. All proceeds from the rental of this meeting facility go towards the Ontario Mission for the Deaf (OCD).
416-447-2378 * TTY 416-445-5959 * fax 416-447-7465 * email: email@example.com
|Office Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm||Add Record|
|CAL0351||Caledon Agricultural Society, Caledon Fair||Caledon Fairgrounds
18297 Hurontario St
Caledon Village, ON L7K 0X7
|Annual Fair operated by the Caledon Agricultural Society since 1860. Visit the website for a full description of the new fair activities. Fair usually 2nd weekend in June.||Add Record|
|MHL0162||Canadian Hearing Society, Mississauga Regional Office||2227 South Millway, Ste 300
Mississauga, ON L5L 3R6
|905-608-0271||The Canadian Hearing Society provides services, products and information that remove barriers to communication * advance hearing health * promote equity for people who are culturally Deaf, oral deaf, deafened and hard of hearing * addresses accessibility issues and services * provides education (literacy and sign language classes) * information & referral * counselling and support services * hearing health care (audiology)||Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, some evening appointments are available||Add Record|
|CDR1008||CanadianNanny.ca||1-866-221-7918||CanadianNanny.ca is an online job posting service dedicated to assisting families in Canada to find a nanny, babysitter, adult caregiver, housekeeper, or pet sitter with a wide range of individuals available. With over 15,000 jobseekers registered searching for work across Canada, there is someone for everyone!
There are a variety of membership options to suit every family, granting full access to the database. Every jobseeker has posted a 3-page profile stating their experience, qualifications, availability and contact information which is available to registered families.
Families can register in just 5 minutes online at www.canadiannanny.ca and will have access to the database immediately. One place to solve all your care needs – nanny, babysitter, adult caregiver, housekeeper and pet sitter!
|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|
|MHL0156||Cruisers Sports for the Physically Disabled of Halton-Peel||9-6975 Meadowvale Town Centre Circle, Suite # 158
Mississauga, ON L5N 2V7
|Provides active living, sports and recreational opportunities to people with physical disabilities living in Peel and Halton||Add Record|
|CDR0141||Geneva Centre for Autism||112 Merton St
Toronto, ON M4S 2Z8
|416-322-7877||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.
|Mon-Fri 9am-5pm||Add Record|
|CDR0155||Kerry's Place Autism Services, Community Services||153 Queen St W
Brampton, ON L6Y 1M4
|905-457-1130||Nonprofit organization with a network of community services for children and adults living with Autism Spectrum Disorder; committed to enhancing the quality of life of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder, through innovative supports, expertise, collaboration and advocacy.
COMMUNITY SERVICES PROGRAM:
Provides consultation and support to individuals, families, schools and other agencies regarding the issues surrounding the Pervasive Developmental Disorder Spectrum. Consultation and teaching focuses on behavioural supports, communication strategies, life and social skills, long term planning and school advocacy. Families and individuals can access support groups, workshops, employment support services and social groups for children, teens and adults. Resource centres offer an array of books, articles and access to computers as well as some sensory toys and items.
A variety of respite services may be available to children, adults and families within catchment area.
Operates centres at the following locations:
Brampton Resource Centre
153 Queen St W
Serving Peel and Halton
Mississauga Resource Centre
1834 Lakeshore Rd W, Unit 7
Satellite to the Brampton office
Serving Peel and Halton
North Mississauga Resource Centre
6660 Kennedy Road, Unit 6
Serving Peel and Halton
Halton Resource Centre
917 Nipissing Road, Unit H
Serving Halton Region
Wellington Resource Centre
400 Elizabeth St. Unit I
Serving Wellington County
Dufferin Resource Centre
15 Elizabeth St. U12
Serving Dufferin County
Call for more details about specific programs offered in each area.
|Mon-Fri 9am-4pm||Add Record|
|CDR0170||Ontario Federation of Teaching Parents||416-410-5218||Ontario Federation of Teaching Parents (OFTP) is a non-profit group run by volunteers that provides information about home learning, enables networking among its members, and serves as an advocacy group and link between the homeschooling community and the provincial government. Open to all, inclusive of all languages, all faiths/philosophies and all educational styles.||Add Record|
|CDR0056||Ontario Foundation for Visually Impaired Children||416-767-5977||In collaboration with other involved professionals, a consultant will develop a family-centered plan that addresses the developmental and unique learning needs of children with a visual impairment, with or without additional disabilities. Programming emphasis is placed on the unique teaching strategies and learning styles of children with a visual impairment to facilitate their over-all development, environmental access, and interactions with their family and community.||Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 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|
|CDR0051||Peel CAS||6860 Century Ave, West Tower
Mississauga, ON L5N 2W5
|905-363-6131||Peel CAS's mission is to protect children and strengthen families and communities through partnership.
Protects children and youth from physical, sexual and emotional abuse and neglect Investigates child protection concerns for children (under 16yrs)
Provides guidance and counseling, and works with parents and families to help them provide safe and loving environments for their children
Provides care for children and youth and supervises children who are under the care of Peel CAS
Places children for adoption
|Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm||Add Record|
|MHL0186||Peel Chinese Community Service Hub||1177 Central Pkwy W, Unit 81
Mississauga, ON L5C 4P3
|905-361-2479||The Peel Chinese Community Service Hub is a single point of access which was developed to enhance community access to programs and services in Peel. It is a culturally sensitive, language-specific service centre for Chinese residents. It aims to link Peel's residents of all ages and cultural backgrounds with volunteer opportunities and training, employment and settlement services to enhance successful integration. It also serves as an information, recreational, and education centre with a broad range of programs delivered by co-located and mainstream service providers to empower community residents and strengthen the neighborhoods in Peel.
*Information and referral services
*Space for service providers and grassroot agencies to deliver their services
*Volunteer recruitment and training
Collaboration with mainstream service organziations to promote and provide the following services:
*Early learning and parenting program
*Social and civic engagement
*Community, service and business information dissemination
|Mon-Fri 9am - 5pm
Evenings & Weekends - by appointment
|CDR0072||Silent Voice Canada Inc||50 St. Clair Ave E, Suite 300
Toronto, ON M4T 1M9
|416-463-1104||Silent Voice Canada is a not-for-profit organization providing services to deaf children, adults and families in ASL (American Sign Language). Services & Programs offered include:
* Special assistance A Deaf community worker is available for special assistance to deaf adults at the office (Mon-Fri 8 am-4 pm) * Services provided include filling out English forms, making voice telephone calls or making community referrals
* The Family Communication Program (FCP) for families with a deaf family member. Silent Voice matches families with a deaf native signer who goes to the family's home to introduce the family to sign language and Deaf culture * Tax Clinic in cooperation with the Ontario Institute of Chartered Accountants, offers a tax clinic where deaf people receive help with their annual Revenue Canada tax return * The Saturday Program is an extension of SLSP throughout the school year at a local Community Centre * structured for children (5-12yrs) with all signing abilities.
* Sign Language Summer Program (SLSP) a summer day camp in American Sign Language for deaf children and hearing children who have deaf parents, sisters or brothers and is structured for children (6-14yrs) with all signing abilities * The Youth Program
an ongoing program to Deaf Youth (13yrs & over)
|Mon-Fri 9 am-4 pm||Add Record|
|BRA1356||Visual Arts Brampton||Bartley Square Mall
1 Bartley Bull Pkwy, Suite 10
Brampton, ON L6W 3T7
|905-453-9142||Organization which promotes the visual arts:
* activities include various studio sessions, workshops and monthly art exhibits by local artists
* studio space available for drawing, painting, printmaking and computer art
* gallery spaces include Artway and Artway Invitational (for adult art)
* volunteers welcome
|*Adults Mon,Wed-Fri 10 am-2 pm, Thu 7-9
*Open studio times Mon, Thu & Fri
*Youth Sat: 6-8yrs 9:30 am-11 am; 11:30 am-1 pm
*9-12yrs 9:30 am-11:30 am; 3:15 pm-5:15 pm
*Teens 1 pm-3 pm
|BRA1357||Visual Arts Mississauga||Art Centre
4170 Riverwood Park Lane
Mississauga, ON L5C 2S7
|905-277-4313||Visual Arts Mississauga offers art classes for children, teens and adults throughout the year * beginners to intermediate art classes available * art workshops, Children's Summer Art Camps, March Break Art Camps and Weekend Art Exhibitions * curriculum linked School Art Programs also available||OfficeMon-Fri 9am-4:30pm
Call for class times