|Community Living Peterborough's Rights Committee celebrates 10 year milestone
Protecting and promoting the rights of people living with an
intellectual disability since 2002, Committee members reflect on the
success and value the committee has contributed to the Agency over the
||We Welcome our Newest Members
Our Leaders in Building Inclusive Communities...
Don't miss out on this spectacular spring event! Get your tickets today at markethall.org
|People First Peterborough Chapter receives Police Board grant for spring conference Thanks
to a $4,200.00 grant from the Peterborough Lakefield Community Police
Services Board, People First Peterborough is well on their way to
planning a dynamic, inspirational 4th Annual Self Advocacy
|February is Inclusive Education Month! Back
by popular demand, Community Living Ontario is hosting a series of
webinars that will be of interest to parents and professionals alike
and will include topics ranging from the importance of holding a vision
to understanding the use of technology in the classroom...
|Tips for a positive school experience: ENSEMBLE,
a parent led resource group out of Essex County, shares information and
ideas for your child's success in school. Along with the school staff,
parents have a very important role as part of the education team. This
resource guide provides information and ideas for good communication
with your child's teacher...
|Rick Hansen Global Accessibility Map A unique online ratings tool designed to raise awareness of the importance of improved physical access to buildings and public spaces in communities around the world. This easy-to-use consumer reviews tool, gives users the opportunity to submit and obtain reviews froma mobility, hearing, or sight perspective, on accessibility in your community...|
|Active Living Alliance for Canadians with a Disability (ALACD) promtes, supports and enables Canadians with disabilities to lead active, healthy lives. ALACD provides nationally coordinated leadership, support, encouragement, promotion and information that facilitates healthy, active living opportunities for Canadians of all abilities...|
|be informed. be involved. be inclusive.|
Contact Lisa Clarke at 705-743-2412 X539 to learn more about our FREE Associate
Membership or join online at: www.communitylivingpeterborough.ca
To inspire respect and equality for people with an intellectual disability by promoting:
community knowledge, organizational excellence and individual quality of life.
That all people live in a state of dignity, share in all elements of living in the community,
and have the opportunity to participate.
Community Living Peterborough
223 Aylmer Street, Peterborough ON K9J 3K3
(t)705-743-2411 (f)705-743-3722Member of Community Living Ontario * Member Agency of United Way
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