Our vision is to empower our clients through creativity and bring them to their highest level of independence. We believe in identifying clients' interests and creating opportunities and activities that allow them to work to their maximum potential and contribute effectively towards their community.
Artwork & Crafting, Functional Literacy & Numeracy, General Knowledge, Language & Communication, Money Matters, Time Management, Social Skills, Fine Motor Skills, Physical Activities/Cardio, Yoga, Personal Grooming & Self-care, Shopping & Meal Prep, Recreational Activities, Seasonal Special Events, Contract Work, Dance & Music, Field Trips, etc.
An individualized training plan is developed based on the client's interests, ability and parental expectations.
Parental involvement is highly encouraged.
Regular Parent-Staff meetings
Art and Craft exhibitions of clients' work
Young adults with special needs who are out of the supportive school system, and are looking for a creativity-based program to sharpen their skills.
Age 18 years and above
Admission Procedure :
Parents are advised to meet with staff to discuss specific skills and areas of development for the client.
Registration forms and other paper work is to be completed
Any health and/or behaviour issue should be disclosed at this time.
We require a report from the last school or day program that the client attended.
Days and Hours of Operation:
Our centre operates 5 days a week, and is open from Monday to Friday.
Timings: 9 am to 4 pm
*We are closed on all statutory holidays.
Location: 5180 Fallingbrook Drive,
Mississauga, ON L5V 2C6
Fees : Fees are to be paid by post-dated cheques.
Dismissal Policy :
Any client who uses abusive language and disrespects staff and peers, may be dismissed from the centre.
We place utmost importance on the safety of our clients and staff. Any aggressive or violent behaviour will not be tolerated and may result in dismissal.
Dress Code :
All clients are expected to dress in comfortable, weather appropriate and modest clothing.