Community Living Oakville

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Record #: OAK0009 Last Full Update: 03 Sep 2014
Contact Information
Office Phone905-844-0146
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Primary ContactJanet Lorimer, Executive Director; Phone: 905-844-0146 ext 266; Email:
Alternate ContactNancy Workman, Director of Services; Phone: 905-844-0146 ext 252; Email:
Volunteer CoordinatorTracey Michaluk; Phone: 905-844-0146; Email:
Agency Information
Agency DescriptionCommunity Living Oakville is a 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. 
Legal Status(50) Non Profit ; (51) Registered Charity ; (80) United Way
FundingProvincial - Ministry of Community and Social Sevices ; Donations ; United Way ; Fees - service
ElectionsAnnual General Meeting in June
Service Information
Service/Program DescriptionMajor services:  
Adult day programs: * Pre-vocational * Alternatives * Life Skills 
Speers Place Industries:  
* assists those 21 years or older with a developmental disability to develop work skills that may lead to competitive employment  
* 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 Duracell, Rubbermaid and Dow Brands 
Adult and Adolescent Residential Services 
Supported Employment:  
* helps individuals to find/maintain employment in the community  
* job coaches work with the client 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  
* a safe secure environment  
* Monday - Friday 3 pm-8 pm 
HoursOffice Mon-Fri 8 am-4 pm
Areas ServedOakville
EligibilityAges: 13 year(s) and up 
Developmental disability
Applicationcontact Halton Support Services for referral at 905-849-8000
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Site Information
Located In CommunityGlen Abbey
Address & Map
301 Wyecroft Rd
Oakville, ON L6K 2H2
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AccessibilityFully Accessible
Taxonomy and Classification
Service CategoriesDisability Related Centre Based Employment ; Extended Day Care ~ Autism Spectrum Disorders ; Extended Day Care ~ Children and Youth with Disabilities ; Independent Living Skills Instruction ; Prejob Guidance ; Prevocational Training ; Supported Employment ; Transition Services for Students with Disabilities
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