Community Living Oakville

Site: Community Living Oakville

Service: Adult and Adolescent Residential Services

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Record #: OAK3231 Last Full Update: 27 May 2015
Contact Information
Office Phone905-844-0146
Social MediaFacebook Facebook
Primary ContactNancy Workman, Director of Services; Phone: 905-844-0146 ext 252; Email:
Volunteer CoordinatorTracey Michaluk; Phone: 905-844-0146; Email:
Agency Information
Parent Agency NameCommunity Living Oakville
Legal Status(50) Non Profit ; (51) Registered Charity
Primary ExecutiveJanet Lorimer, Executive Director; Phone: 905-844-0146 ext 266; Email:
FundingProvincial - Ministry of Community and Social Services, Ministry of Children and Youth Services ; Donations ; United Way
ElectionsAGM June
Service Information
Description (Service)Community Living Oakville offers two programs that help individuals with their living arrangements. 
Supported Independent Living: 
* alternative to group home living * support to individuals to live independently * focuses on skill development with tasks such as banking, cooking, grocery shopping 
* support can begin while the person is still living with their family or could be living in the community already and require support for a certain time period 
* the amount of support provided can vary with each person 
Residential services: 
* 12 homes with five people living in each home  
* homes comply with guidelines established by the Ministry of Community & Social Services  
* adults receiving support pay monthly room and board determined by the ministry 
* two models of residential support: traditional homes where staff work rotational shifts or live-in manager homes 
* staff in each home provide support with daily life skills, recreation, finances, medical needs and community integration 
* goal is to provide people the opportunity to develop to their fullest potential 
HoursMon-Fri 8 am-4 pm
Areas ServedOakville
EligibilityAges: 13 year(s) and up 
must be diagnosed with a developmental disability for the Residential Services program  
* over 18 yrs and diagnosed with a developmental disability for the Supported Independent Living program  
* Children's residence from 13 years 
ApplicationCall the office for information on the application process
FeesNone ; For residential, i.e group homes, adults pay room and board on a monthly basis (fee determined by the MCSS)
Site Information
Located In CommunityGlen Abbey
Address & Map
301 Wyecroft Rd
Oakville, ON L6K 2H2
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IntersectionDorval Dr and Wyecroft Rd
AccessibilityFully Accessible
Additional Service Sites
Taxonomy and Classification
Service CategoriesGroup Homes for Children and Youth with Disabilities ; Semi-Independent Living Residences for Adults with Disabilities ; Supported Living Services for Adults with Disabilities
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