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Contact Information
Office Phone 905-844-0146
Fax 905-339-1541 (General Fax)
905-844-1832 (Confidential fax)
E-Mail info@oakcl.org
Website www.oakcl.org
Social Media Facebook Facebook: www.facebook.com/OakvilleCL
Instagram Instagram: www.instagram.com/communitylivingoakville/
LinkedIn LinkedIn: ca.linkedin.com/company/community-living-oakville
Twitter Twitter: twitter.com/OakvilleCL
YouTube YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCwvgjwG3wIh0U-ICoze496g
Primary Contact Tina Eidukaitis, Fundraising and Volunteer Coordinator; Phone: 905-844-0146 ext 239; Email: tina.eidukaitis@oakcl.org
Alternate Contact Julie Bisbicos, Day Services Manager; Phone: 905-844-0146 ext 274
Agency Information
Description (Agency) A registered charity dedicated to providing support to people who have 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
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Established 1954
Primary Executive Janet Lorimer, Executive Director; Phone: 905-844-0146 ext 266; Email: janet.lorimer@oakcl.org
Alternate Executive Alexandra Hoeck-Murray, Director of Services and Quality Enhancement; Phone: 905-844-0146 ext 270; Email: ahoeckmurray@oakcl.org
Funding Donations * Ontario Trillium Foundation * Oakville Community Foundation * United Way
Description and Service Details
Description (Service) Provides a range of  support services to children, youth and adults who have developmental disabilities and their families

Community Day Services:
  • Innovations: offer a variety of activities, creating exciting opportunities for people to develop their skills while building relationships with others * offered Mon-Fri, 8am-4pm
  • Skills Training to Enable Personal Progress (STEPP): offers a variety of recreational opportunities, community engagement and volunteering and a strong focus on healthy living and personal growth
  • After School Respite: provides a safe and caring environment for children and young adults between the ages of 5 to 21 * activities include games, snoezelen room, community events, parks, music, sports, arts and crafts and life skills * offered Mon-Fri, 3pm-8pm

Speers Place Industries:
  • assists those 21 years or older who have a developmental disability to develop work skills in a supportive environment
  • work experience gained both in sheltered environment and selected community locations
  • may include a variety of light industrial jobs
  • contract work done on a regular basis for companies such as Ford, Sanford, etc.

Residential Services 
  • provides a variety of residential supports for people based on their individual needs
  • 24 hour support: provides support for up to 5 people residing in a group living setting

Supported Employment:
  • helps individuals to find/maintain employment in the community
  • job coaches work with the person and employer to achieve successful employment in the Oakville area
  • job coaches also provide support for a volunteer/work experience, work training and/or situational assessment

Transition Planner - Passages:
  • support to individuals with an intellectual disability who are still in school
  • provides more options for future planning through a closer liaison with the school boards in Halton region

After School Program:
  • program for students 5-21 years who have autism or PDD in a safe and caring environment 
  • activities include games, community events, parks, engaging through music, sports, arts and crafts, and life skills
  • Mon- Fri, 3pm-8pm
  • this is a purchase of service program

Donate your car:
  • working in conjunction with CharityCar and Green Vehicle Disposal to dispose of unwanted vehicles in an environmentally safe way
  • the recycled funds will assist CLO in accomplishing their goals and initiatives in educating the community to embrace individuals with developmental disabilities so that they can enjoy their right to lead active and productive lives
  • volunteer opportunities available


Services and Programs:
  • Community Day Services
  • Residential Services
Hours Office: Mon-Fri 8am-4pm
Areas Served Oakville
Boundaries Oakville and area
Eligibility People with a developmental disability
Application To apply contact Developmental Services Ontario Central West Region
Languages English ; French ; German ; Italian ; Spanish
Fees call for information
Site Information
Site Location Oakville (Queen Elizabeth)
Located In Community Oakville
Address & Map
301 Wyecroft Rd
Oakville, ON L6K 2H2
Intersection Wyecroft Rd and Dorval Dr
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Categories and Classification
HCSD Main Heading Child / Family Services ; Disabilities ; Employment / Training ; Health Care ; Youth
HCSD Sub Heading Child Care ; Children with Disabilities ; Disabilities Employment Program Resources ; Disabilities Employment Programs ; Health & Developmental Disabilities ; Health and Developmental Disabilities ; Resources for Children with Disabilities ; Resources for Youth with Disabilities ; Work Experience ; Youth with Disabilities
Service Categories Disability Related Centre Based Employment ~ Developmental Disabilities ; Extended Child Care ~ Children and Youth With Disabilities ; Independent Living Skills Instruction ~ Developmental Disabilities ; Multisensory Environments ; Prevocational Training ~ Developmental Disabilities ; Supported Employment ~ Developmental Disabilities ; Transition Services for Students with Disabilities ~ Developmental Disabilities ; Vehicle Donation Programs ; Volunteer Opportunities ; Work Experience ~ Developmental Disabilities

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