|Record #: MID0288||Last Modified: 30 Apr 2021||Last Full Update: 01 Apr 2021|
|Location, Telephone & Internet|
|Located In Community||Midland|
|Address||339 Olive St
Midland, ON L4R 2R4
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|Intersection||Olive St and Elizabeth St|
|Primary Contact||Vanessa Dorion, Human Resources Advisor; Phone: (Business) ext 205; Email: email@example.com|
|Primary Executive||Dean Johnson, Executive Director; Phone: 705-526-4253 ext 204; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Description & Services|
|Description (Service)||We offer the following supports:
Infants, toddlers, and children up to the age of 12 who are at risk of a developmental disability and who attend a licensed childcare programs are supported through county wide Resource Consultation Services, locations across the County, including Collingwood, Alliston, Bradford, Barrie, Orillia and Midland. Service is Free of Charge and is funded by the County of Simcoe.
Also supports over 90 adults in 20 supported living home settings including Penetanguishene, Midland, Port McNicoll, Waubaushene, and Victoria Harbour. In addition offers supports in the Family Home Program to people in the Supported Independent Living Program. The type of support an individual requires depends upon their specific needs.
Supported Employment Programs assist individuals 18 years of age and over explore/obtain and/or maintain employment opportunities. Support Staff work directly with the individual and the potential employer to ensure mutual satisfaction. We connect potential employers with suitable employees.
Community Activity Participation Supports (CAPS) is a support service providing individuals with a broad range of social and recreational opportunities in and around their local community. Monthly social, recreation events are shared with all individuals participating in the CAPS program. Individuals are given a schedule of options to choose from to meet their individual preference. CAPS services focuses on including and supporting everyone to experience social and recreational activities in order to enhance skills, build new friendships and stay active
Transitional Aged Youth (TAY) Program provides support to young people with support needs between the ages of 16 to 21 in their school to adult life transition *The TAY co-ordinator acts as a support/resource to the teen, family, school and community agencies. The young adult’s interests are explored, skills and abilities are assessed and plans are made through the Person Directed Planning model to assist in meeting goals for the future. Supports and resources are put into place based on individual preferences and interests.
CLH serves as the accountable agency for the Community Networks of Specialized Care – Central East (CNSC – CE). The CNSC – CE provides coordination and linkages to supports to adults with a developmental disability and high support and complex care needs (HSCCN) in Simcoe, York, Durham, Haliburton, Kawartha and Pine Ridge.
Languages: English ; French: Programs, on request
|Hours||Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm|
|Areas Served||Severn ; Simcoe County ; Simcoe North|
|Application||Call for information|
|Languages||English - Programs, Publications ; French - Programs, Publications, sur demande|
|Physical Access||Fully Accessible|