Our programs are open to youth who have a physical and/or developmental disability and/or an autism spectrum disorder. We also support youth who may have mental health challenges in addition to their physical or developmental disability.
It’s important for teens to start to build work experience during high school. Why?
- You learn about your strengths and interests. This information helps you make good decisions for your future. For example, it can help you to choose what you want to do after high school.
- You develop personal life skills such as decision making, taking responsibility for yourself and team work.
- Employers want to hire people who have experience on their resumes.
These programs can help you get started.
Contact us to book a meeting to discuss what program(s) will best fit your needs and interests. Carling Robertson 416-425-6220 Ext 6345 firstname.lastname@example.org