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Community Living North Halton

Services for Adults

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Record #: ACT0588 Last Full Update: 07 Apr 2014
Record Details
Alternate NameCLNH
Contact Numbers
Office Phone905-878-2337
Fax905-878-5413
Contact Information
Address & Map
917 Nipissing Rd, Suite A
Milton, ON L9T 5E3
 
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Located In CommunityHalton North
Wheelchair AccessibilityFully Accessible
Organization Emailinfo@clnh.on.ca
Websitewww.clnh.on.ca
Primary ContactKaren, Manager, Family and Youth Services; Phone: 905-878-2337 ext 244
Primary ExecutiveGreg Edmiston, Executive Director; Phone: 905-878-2337 ext 223
Alternate ExecutiveDebbie Dyment, Children's Services Director; Phone: 905-878-7656 ext 228
Service Details
Areas ServedHalton North
DescriptionA non-profit organization dedicated to providing assistance to individuals with a developmental disability so that they may live in a state of dignity and participate in all elements of community living to their fullest potential.  
 
* Developmental Services Ontario (DSOs) will provide information to callers, confirm eligibility for services and supports and help people apply for services that will help them meet their goals and needs  
 
Community North Halton services for Adults eligible for DSO funding
Residential Accommodations 
* provides residential support to adults with developmental disabilities 
* homes located in Milton and Georgetown 
* people receiving support can share a home with up to four other people 
* support is provided by staff on a shift-rotation basis 
* includes assistance with day-to-day routines 
* develops skills in meal preparation, household responsibilities, shopping, budgeting  
* administer medication and treatment 
* ensure that medical, dental and specialist consultations and follow-up are provided 
* leisure and recreational activities 
* for more information contact Jan Crowe-McManus at jcrowemcmanus@clnh.on.ca and DSO for availability and funding at 1-888-941-1121 
 
Supported Independent Living (SIL) 
* provides support to adults with an intellectual disability, living in their own home or apartment to develop community connections and empowers them to live independently within the community 
* supports are tailored to each individual's unique needs, abilities, desires and goals 
Services include: 
* financial planning and budgeting 
* medical coordination 
* meal planning and preparation  
* apartment management including tenant-landlord issues 
* organizing social and recreational activities 
* supporting the involvement of family and friends and exercising one's rights 
* for more information contact Daryn Kilfoyle at dkilfoyle@clnh.on.ca and DSO for availability and funding at 1-888-941-1121 
 
Supported Employment 
* a program that provides minimum support services and job opportunities to individuals to enable them to be competitively employed in the community 
 
Community Employment 
* assists with job searches, job training and maintaining employment in the community 
* offered in the Acton, Georgetown and Milton areas 
* also provides support for a volunteer work experience, work training or situational assessment 
 
Community Living North Halton Employment 
* offers two unique training and employment initiatives for meaningful employment - Horizon Packaging and the Lunch Box Cafe & Catering  
* these programs prepare individuals for mainstream competitive employment within a sheltered work place 
* assists in boosting self-esteem, confidence and independence 
* for more information contact Joel Jamieson at 905-691-0784 or jjamieson@clnh.on.ca  
 
Recreational Programs
Friday Friends (ages 21-35) 
* a program for young adults with developmental disabilities to participate in social activities and develop friendships in a fun and supportive environment 
* available in Milton and Georgetown 
* twice per month from 5 pm-9 pm 
* open to participants between the ages of 18 and 30 years 
* dinner provided for $10 
* activities at the program location include movies, music, games, sports and dances  
* community activities include swimming, bowling, community events  
 
Drop-In Centre (30+ years of age) 
* a program for adults with developmental disabilities to gather in an informal and friendly atmosphere to enjoy recreational activities and social opportunities 
* a year round program available in Georgetown and Milton 
* costs $25 twice per year 
* available in Georgetown and Milton 
* includes movies, games, crafts, music and coffee time 
* for more information about spaces and fees for both recreational programs contact Karen Wilson at 905-878-2337 ext 244 or kwilson@clnh.on.ca 
 
Summer Camps (ages 21+ years) 
* full day camps 
* cost is per week per camper 
* available in Milton and Georgetown 
* spaces are limited 
* includes crafts, games, swimming, indoor and outdoor activities 
* individual needs taken into consideration 
* Acton Adult Day Camp flyer 
* Milton Adult Day Camp flyer 
 
HoursOffice Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm
Eligibilityvaries, depending on program
Applicationcontact the office
FeesProgram
LanguagesEnglish
Established1955
FundingRegional / Municipal ; United Way
Service Level(50) Non Profit ; (80) United Way
Indexing
Service CategoriesAdult Residential Care Homes ~ Developmental Disabilities ; Developmental Disabilities Activity Centres ; Developmental Disabilities Social/Recreational Programs ; Disability Related Centre Based Employment ; Independent Living Skills Instruction ; Supported Employment ; Supported Living Services for Adults with Disabilities