• Community Living Grimsby, Lincoln & West Lincoln

    Our Vision

    That all people live in a state of dignity, share in all elements of living in the community and have the opportunity to participate effectively.

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  • Family Support Services

    Family Support Services

    Family support coordinators assist families who have a child or adult family member who has a developmental disability living at home.

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  • Recreation and Life Skills

    Recreation and Life Skills

    Numerous activities occur weekly for all children and adults in our service.

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  • Employment & Day Programs

    Employment & Day Programs

    Every persons needs, desires, aspirations, social milieu and abilities are unique. We offer a variety of options to meet the needs of each individual. We pride ourselves on flexibility and responsiveness to the needs of our participants and their families.

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  • Respite Services

    Respite Services

    Respite services are designed to provide the family/caregiver the opportunity to have their family member caringly and professionally supported outside of their home in a safe and homelike environment. This also gives them the experience of ‘away from home’ living to enhance their social skills through socialization with others, widen their friendship base as well as enjoy inclusive community activities.

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Community Living – Grimsby, Lincoln and West Lincoln offers a wide range of programs and services for individuals with developmental disabilities. We were founded in 1965 by concerned community members and families. Today, we are a non-profit organization with the mandate of providing services and support to people of all ages with a developmental disability.

 

Community Living – Grimsby, Lincoln and West Lincoln has adopted many policies that address risk management practices and best practice guidelines congruent with current legislation and regulations.  If you would like a copy of our organization’s operating policies, please contact our office at 905 563-4115 extension 200.

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Inclement Weather and ClosuresInclement Weather Info

Where are closures announced?

During the winter months, it may be necessary to cancel transportation or programs due to bad weather.

For early morning cancellation notices, please tune into 610am radio or call our main phone line at 905-563-4115 to hear which programs are affected by inclement weather.

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Thank you to:

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For your generous support of the following programs:

Recreation and Life Skills Development

Transitional Aged Youth: Preparing for the Future

Physical and Mental Empowerment

and Abuse Prevention Training.

Thank you for making a difference!