It is important to celebrate employees and the years of support provided through Community Living Walkerton and District.
On Friday May 5, 2017, members of the Board of Directors and the Management Team joined for a special luncheon to acknowledge 18 employees who have served for 5, 10,… View Full Story
Issue #58 of Spotlight on Transformation, March 2017, from the Ministry of Community and Social Services, is full of updates...about the elimination of the 2014 Passport waitlist, the Developmental Services Housing Forum, a new mandate for the Community Networks of Specialized Care, a new Dual… View Full Story
Safety for Independent Living is a program that was created to help people with developmental disabilities feel safe …… at home, work, school, online and in the community. Through games, digital media, video, lessons and colourful graphics, it is hoped students will be… View Full Story
Members of the Action Committee were very pleased to be asked to provide and serve hot drinks for Family Day of Play at Walkerton Community Centre, Feb. 20, 2017.
Many hands made light work as hot chocolate, hot cider and hot coffee was served (by donation only) to children, parents and… View Full Story
February 15, 2017 from Community Living Ontario
In partnership, ARCH Disability Law Centre, Canadian Research Centre on Inclusive Education, Community Living Ontario, University of Western Ontario, Brock University, Brockville and District Association for Community Involvement… View Full Story
Members of the Walkerton Action Committee will be busy on Family Day at the community centre. Their 'hot drink' booth has been requested, 11am - 1pm, outdoors, so those who come for all the fun family activities will be able to have a warm drink of cider, coffee, or hot chocolate. In keeping… View Full Story
Self advocates from London, Essex and Walkerton are meeting to plan for this conference on October 13 -15, 2017 at the Unifor Family Education Centre in Port Elgin. The theme will be Looking Back and Moving Forward, and the call for presentations will be sent… View Full Story
The Government of Ontario is expanding ReportON, a new service for reporting suspected or witnessed abuse of adults with developmental disabilities.
The 24/7 phone line and email service is the latest step taken by the Ministry of Community and Social Services to further improve the… View Full Story