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Community Living North Halton

Services for Children and Youth

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Record #: ACT0715 Last Full Update: 09 Jul 2013
Record Details
Alternate NameCLNH
Former NameChild and Family Services (2014)
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 CommunityMilton
Nearest Main IntersectionThompson Rd S and Childs Dr
Wheelchair AccessibilityFully Accessible
Organization Emailinfo@clnh.on.ca
Websitewww.clnh.on.ca
Primary ContactDebbie Dyment, Director, Child and Family Services; Phone: 905-878-7656 ext 228
Primary ExecutiveGreg Edmiston, Executive Director; Phone: 905-878-2337 ext 223; Email: gedmiston@clnh.on.ca
Service Details
Areas ServedActon ; Georgetown ; Milton ; and surrounding areas
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.  
 
Services for children and youth include: 
Pre-school Inclusion Services 
* work with child care staff and families to promote, plan and implement strategies that enhance the development of children 
* provide case management, programming and advocacy support to children and their families 
* provide consultation to families and centres 
 
Transitions - Planning for high school to adulthood 
* provides information sessions about future life choices 
* assists with the transition to work opportunities, community living and community activities 
* partner with the Halton Catholic District School Board and the Halton District School Board 
 
* for more information about either the Preschool Inclusion Services or Transitions contact Kathryn Gelder, 905-878-2337 ext 234 or kgelder@clnh.on.ca 
 
Recreational and Respite Programs 
Saturday Centre (ages 5-21 years): 
* for school aged children and youth with developmental disabilities to participate in a recreation program and respite for their families 
* activities at the program location include movies, music games, sports and crafts  
* community activities include swimming, bowling, community events 
* junior and senior program 
* activities are coordinated according to the interests and abilities of the participants 
* 5.5 hours per Saturday 
* September to June twice per month  
 
Summer Camps (ages 5-21 years): 
* full day camps  
* crafts, games, swimming, indoor and outdoor activities  
* all individual needs taken into consideration 
* cost is per week per camper 
* locations in Milton and Georgetown 
* space is limited 
* Kiwanis Camp for Kids flyer 
* Summer Respite Camp flyer 
 
 
After School Respite (ages 5-21 years): 
* provides after school care to children and young adults with disabilities 
* games, crafts, community activities, themed activities, baking, painting, sports, and outdoor walks 
* program coordinated according to interests and abilities of the participants 
* Monday to Friday, 3 pm-8 pm on all Halton School Boards' school days 
* September to June 
* $40 per day, dinner included 
 
* for more information on Saturday Centre, Summer camps and After School Respite contact Karen Wilson at 905-878-2337 ext 244 or kwilson@clnh.on.ca 
 
Applied Behaviour Analysis (ages 0-18 years): 
* ABA is an evidence based approach to learning that reinforces positive behaviours and reduces problematic ones 
* helps children and youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder develop communication, social and daily living skills, learn better in school and become more independent 
* visit ABA4CentralWest to access these services
HoursOffice Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm
EligibilityAges: 2 year(s) - 25 year(s) 
 
Criteria for Preschool Inclusion services: 
* for ages 2-3.8 years with two developmental delays which must be in specific combinations 
* attending a licensed preschool program (home daycare, daycare centre, nursery school) 
 
Criteria for Transitions: 
* ages 14-25 
* with a developmental disability 
 
Applicationcall for an application
FeesProgram - depends on the program
LanguagesEnglish
Resources AvailableBrochure
Established1955
ElectionsAnnual General Meeting (May or September)
FundingRegional / Municipal - Region of Halton
Service Level(50) Non Profit ; (80) United Way
Indexing
Service CategoriesAutism Spectrum Disorders ; Child Care Provider Training ~ Developmental Disabilities ; Children's Respite Care ; Day Camps ~ Developmental Disabilities ; Developmental Disabilities Social/Recreational Programs ~ Youth ; Extended Day Care ~ Developmental Disabilities ; Parent/Family Involvement in Education ; Preschools ~ Developmental Disabilities