[ All About Community Living ]
Middlesex Community Living is a not-for-profit charity that was started in 1965. We champion and advocate for the inclusion and citizenship of over 80 people right here in the Strathroy-Caradoc area.
[ Find Out about Our Services ]
Middlesex Community Living uses a person centred approach to supporting people to live as independently as possible. This approach truly reflects and meets the needs and capabilities of each person.
[ Why Not Get Involved ]
There are many different ways that you can support your community and Middlesex Community Living. Become a volunteer, member or donor to a wonderful organization today.
Middlesex Community Living is a non-profit organization and registered charity serving approximately 80 adults with developmental disabilities in Strathroy and the northern and western areas of Middlesex County.
Middlesex Community Living is affiliated with both Community Living Canada and Community Living Ontario. Middlesex Community Living is funded by the Ministry of Community and Social Services, membership fees and fundraising events.
Middlesex Community Living is excited to introduce you to Partners for Planning Resource Network.
An innovative online resource that assists families in creating a good life and secure future for their loved one. The Resource Network makes the planning process easier by offering immediate access to critical information and advice from professionals and experts.
Get started today!
Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. - The purpose of the AODA 2005 is to benefit all Ontarians by developing, implementing and enforcing accessibility standards in order to achieve accessibility for Ontarians with disabilities by 2025. Click here to review Middlesex Community Living's AODA Self-Certified Accessibility Report.
2013 Annual General Meeting - The Board of Directors of Middlesex Community Living would like to invite you to join them for the 2013 Annual General Meeting. When: Tuesday, June 25th at 5:30pm. Where: Job Zone, 82 Front Street W. Cake and coffee to follow.
Special Services at Home funding is changing for adults - As of April 1, 2012, the Special Services at Home program will be for children only. Adults with intellectual disabilities will no longer receive funding through the Special Services at Home program.
Direct funding for adults with Intellectual disabilities is available through the Passport Program - As of April 1, 2012 adults with intellectual disabilities may apply for direct funding through Developmental Services Ontario.
Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) - With the announcement of the Registration Disability Savings Plan, the lives of Canadians with disabilities are changing for the better. Find out how to register for a webinar on RDSPs.
Bill 83, Protecting Vulnerable people from Picketing - This act is to prevent employees from picketing in front of, or on the property of, supported group living residences
Download Knowledge - Get the most engaging and educational apps for children with autism. These apps can also be used by adults with autism and intellectual disabilities.
Get Connected - ConnectABILITY is built for people with a developmental disability and their support networks. The site is organized by age group to help you find the right information for you.