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PROGRAMS & CLASSES

 

Community Participation Supports

Community Living Burlington strives to be the service provider of choice by offering a variety of program and classes to help people develop independence, build social, emotional and community-participation skills, encourage learning and personal development, and provide respite to parents and caregivers. Programs include:

Upcoming Workshops & Programs

G.R.I.P. Golf Program - This program is for anyone who is interested in honing their golf game or would like an introduction to the game of golf. The program is open to all participants over the age of 16 with a developmental disability who can be independent in the community. Please click to see poster for more information and contact Candice Keem at 905-336-2225 ext.320 to register.

Embracing Abilities- Embracing Ability is an integrated program designed for participants between the ages of 6 and 14 with or without intellectual and/or physical disabilities who are interested in learning more about the FUNdamentals of soccer and physical literacy! The program will run on Friday evenings for ten weeks (starting THIS FRIDAY - January 13), from 6:00pm to 7:00pm at Sherwood Forest Park (Dome 2). Whether you know someone who would be interested in getting involved as a PARTICIPANT or a VOLUNTEER, this will surely be a terrific opportunity to take part in. For further details about this terrific program opportunity, please visit the BYSC's website (http://bit.ly/2deiysq) to learn more and register. Questions? Contact Candice Keem.

Art & Expression Program - This is a 6 or 8 week program (starting June 2017)  that will offer students a place to discover, develop and showcase their talents through many art mediums. To register, please email Karen Lade.

Drama & Movement - This is an 8 week session (starting June 2017) that will use drama and movement to strengthen verbal skills, performance skills, and more! To register, please email Karen Lade.

Photography - This is an 8 week program (starting June 2017) that will explore technical and artistic elements while discovering their creativity through a new lens. To register, please email Karen Lade. 

 

Start it Right

Start It Right is a transitional day program that takes a holistic approach toward building essential life skills for people to live a healthy and active life. Start It Right has three streams focusing on healthy living, recreation and leisure, and vocational training.
Fees: $50 per day
Location: Compass Point Church - 1500 Kerns Rd., Burlington, ON L7P 3A7
Contact: Manager (905) 336 2225 x 313


Life Skills

Life Skills offers participants the opportunity to get involved in a variety of activities designed to enhance skills of daily living. Life Skills help people build social, emotional and community-participation skills.
Fees: $96 per day or $32.50 per hour if 1:1 support is required
Location: 3057 Mainway Burlington ON L7M 1A1
Contact: Manager (905) 336 2225 x 258


Afterschool and Respite Program

The Afterschool and Respite Program provides a safe and caring environment to allow parents and caregivers an interval of rest from their busy schedules.
Fees: Monday-Friday 2:30pm-8:00pm $50/evening or $32.50 for 1:1 support if required
Saturday: 9:00am-5:00pm $63.00 per day
Location: 3057 Mainway, Burlington ON L7M 1A1
Contact: Manager (905) 336 2225 x 258


Tansley Woods Seniors Program

This unique program engages seniors within their local community. The goal of New Horizons is to reduce isolation and increase participation among seniors who are vulnerable to becoming isolated, depressed and at risk for various health issues.
Location: Tansley Woods Community Centre - 1996 Itabashi Way, Burlington, ON L7M 4J8
Contact: Manager (905) 336 2225 x 501

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3057 Mainway Drive, Burlington,
Ontario Canada L7M 1A1
Tel: 905-336-2225
Fax: 905-335-9919
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