102 Tycos Drive, Toronto, ON M6B 1V9, Canada
102 Tycos Drive Toronto Ontario M6B 1V9 CA

One of the most important of all our social skills involves the ability to set appropriate boundaries. Individuals with intellectual disabilities can get themselves into very serious trouble or very dangerous circumstances if they do not follow the basic rules of social distance. This workshop aims at teaching individuals ways of determining social boundaries, the rules of permission asking, the importance of social distance, and the difference between good and bad touch. Boundaries awareness is a huge part of staying safe in social situations. The class will use a variety of different methods to teach people with disabilities how to use boundaries to be socially successful.


    Feb 24, 2016 to Apr 13, 2016
    Every Wednesday from 1pm to 3pm

Cost: $160.00 (Standard charge)
Ages: At least 18 but less than 66
Gender: Coed


Vita Community Living Services

And Personal Power.

Vita’s mission is to enhance quality of life to those with intellectual, physical and/ or mental illness by providing safety, practicing respect and promoting community. Therefore we actively engage with our members to establish what type of services they want and the things they would like to learn. Self advocacy sits at the core of Vita’s services and with that our members are empowered with choice such that they can individualize the services they receive.

Vita has provided opportunity to hundreds of adults with developmental disabilities over the past 29 years. We have a well trained workforce and we are recognized as a leader in providing education and information, internationally, for direct support professionals. As a multidisciplinary organization, Vita is continuously challenging ourselves to stay current, stay fresh and stay committed for the individuals we support.

We are a non- profit organization that provides services to adults with developmental disabilities and dual diagnosis. Vita provides residential support, community participation programs, respite, clinical and educational services. These services are offered in over 40 locations throughout the Greater Toronto Area.