ConnectABILITY

Many people have heard about the concept of mindfulness, but are unsure what it means, and why it might be helpful in their lives and/or the lives of the people they support. Technically speaking, mindfulness is defined as paying attention, …
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Fact Sheet

Muscular dystrophy is a term that refers to a group of muscle disorders in which the face, arm, leg, spine, or heart muscles gradually shrink and weaken over time.
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Cell Phone context story My name is Kirk. I am 35 years old and I want to tell you my story about how I first got a cell and why. I also want to tell you how it has helped …
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For people just beginning to think about life after school, after school or weekend jobs are the most likely place they will start. They might be limited in their choices by the opportunities available, but remember, even if a job …
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Ron Malis, M.B.A. – Financial Advisor This is a case study and extension of Ron’s article that appeared in Community Living Toronto’s Membership Newsletter – Connections – September, 2014 edition. A few weeks ago, I spoke with a frontline ODSP …
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Internet or online gaming is becoming a common activity, especially with young adults. They can be played on your computer, on a portable device such as an Ipod, or using a gaming consol such as a Playstation or X-Box. Online …
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“YES, My Child Belongs” A parent handbook to help with understanding special education in Toronto and to ensure the acceptance and belonging of children with additional learning support needs. Prepared by Community Living Toronto, 2009 You will find information on: …
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The following resources have been compiled for the purpose of facilitating research when exploring potential services, discovering new opportunities or browsing for ideas when planning. Some programs may have specific criteria or program requirements for admission. Person Directed Planning Resource …
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