Journey to Belonging: Webinar 4

Supporting People who have a Developmental Disability to Age in Place More than 2,000 adults who have a developmental disability are living in long-term care facilities in Ontario, and nearly 600 are under age 60. The long-term care system often lacks the capacity to support people in this population. This session will feature organizations that

Communications Network Meeting

Alison McLean, Community Living Ontario's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion officer, will be presenting on strategies for inclusive and accessible communication. Sometimes, communications can be "othering", offensive or unintentionally exclude people who are racialized, people with disabilities, and LGBTQ2SIA folks — to name but a few. This session will discuss strategies and considerations for meaningfully engaging

Journey to Belonging: Webinar 3

Creating Partnerships to Support Transition-Age Youth Organizations across the province are finding that youth transitioning into adult developmental services are in need of intensive cross-sectoral supports. Many young adults are facing systems that simply don’t meet their needs. As a result, they are experiencing a high risk of negative outcomes. Join us to learn how

Journey to Belonging: Webinar 2

Supporting People to Have Choice and Control in Community-Based Housing There is a growing understanding that people supported by developmental service agencies can live in increasingly independent ways, and achieve greater health and quality of life as a result. In this session, we will learn about the individualized housing approaches taken by Community Living Algoma,

Journey to Belonging: Webinar 1

Journey to Belonging: Moving from Vision to Reality Creating an Individualized Funding Framework and Options in Your Community Ontario’s new strategy for developmental services, Journey to Belonging: Choice and Inclusion, is framed by a vision where people are empowered to make choices and live as independently as possible through supports that are person-directed, equitable and

Siblings: Citizens with a Cause Webinar

Are you a youth between 14-29 years of age? Are you a sibling of someone with a disability? Are you passionate about supporting and helping others build an inclusive community? If you answered “YES” to all these questions, our upcoming virtual meet-up session is for YOU! Come join us for the second session in a

Communications Network

Candace Zhang and Benjamin Miller from the Ontario Nonprofit Network (ONN) will be speaking about Ontario’s Election Finances Act which governs spending by nonprofits on election-related advertising. The presentation will also include several examples of nonprofits who have successfully used these advocacy methods to have an impact. CLO's Director of Social Policy & Strategic Initiatives,

Siblings: Citizens with a Cause

Are you a youth between 14-29 years of age? Are you a sibling of someone with a disability? Are you passionate about supporting and helping others build an inclusive community? If you answered “YES” to all these questions, our upcoming virtual meet-up session is for YOU! Come join us for the second session in a

Communications Network

About the Community Living Ontario Communications Network: The main purpose of this network is: • Knowledge exchange: Focus on normalizing disability, the importance of story    sharing, building community and capacity • Supporting agencies: Tips, templates, guidelines/best practices, tutorials, list of digital and creative tools, etc. • Helping spread the word about ongoing activities throughout

“Calling All Self Advocates” An Open Forum Webinar

Are you passionate about advocacy and making a difference in the lives of people who have a disability? Do you have a concern or question about an issue that affects your life as a person who has a disability? Then we invite you to the latest webinar hosted by The Council of Community Living Ontario.

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