Mary Centre of the Archdiocese of Toronto
Description & Services
|Description||Mary Centre provides residential supports and services to adults and seniors with developmental disabilities in Peel, Toronto and York Regions
Brampton Homes * two wheelchair accessible homes for adults (four people in each house)* residents participate in day program, employment, and recreation activities in the community.
Scarborough Homes* three wheelchair accessible homes for seniors 50+ with developmental challenges to maintain life and social skills and Community Connections.
Supported Independent Living Program * apartments in Peel, Toronto, and Woodbridge where residents live independently with some staff support
Community Support Day Program * provides support to individuals with a developmental disability; in areas such as life skill development, social integration, and access to recreation activities group setting* allowing for opportunities to interact and be active within the community in which they reside* fee for service
Integrated Seniors Program * supports people (50 years 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, social integration and access to recreation activities * out of home option - St Bernard's residence, Toronto * 6 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.*fee for service
Transition 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 * supports and assists individuals to create social networks within the long term care community and maintain their community connections.
Volunteer Program * enhances the lives of the individuals with "Friendly Visitors", assistance attending faith community of individual's choice, participating in community activities, literacy and computer tutors. Volunteers are matched to individuals.
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 have a developmental disability
|Application||Through the DSO for Respite, Residential, Integrated Seniors, Transition and Long Term Care.
Direct referral for Day program
|Fees||Service - Fee for service for respite care and day program ; Government regulated|
|Address & Map||
1 Bartley Bull Pkwy Pkwy, Unit 18
Brampton, ON L6W 3T7
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|Intersection||Steeles Ave and Hurontario St (Hwy 10)|
|Mailing Address||842 Wilson Ave, 2nd Floor
Toronto, ON M3K 1E5
|Office Phone||*Toronto 416-630-5533
|Fax||*Head Office 416-630-5702
*Peel Office 905-866-6304
|Primary Contact||Tracey Berman, Program Director and Intake; Phone: (Business) 416-630-5533 ext 222; Email: email@example.com|
|Primary Executive||Don Walker, Executive Director; Phone: 416-630-5533 ext 223; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Funding||Provincial - Ontario. Ministry of Children, Community & Social Services; Ontario. Ministry of Municipal Affairs & Housing ; Private - ShareLife through Catholic Charities|
|Service Level||(50) Non Profit|