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CLGW JULY FAMILY INFORMATION SESSIONS – UPDATE

CLGW JULY FAMILY INFORMATION SESSIONS – UPDATE   PDF Version: CLGW Family Update session July 2017 As a result of low numbers (ie less than 6) of RSVPs, the following 2 July sessions ARE CANCELLED: July 20th – Guelph Claire A/B Boardroom Administration Building July 25th – Fergus Base There are already enough RSVPs to run the July 31st session…

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Press Release from Liz Sandals, MPP

PRESS  RELEASE (click here for PDF version) Ontario Supporting Upgrades and Repairs at  Guelph & Wellington County Agencies Improving Safety and Accessibility for Ontario’s Most Vulnerable People July 11, 2017   Ontario is investing in repairs, renovations, upgrades and fire safety at Guelph and Wellington County agencies to provide better, more secure and accessible facilities for the people who use…

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Happy Developmental Service Worker Appreciation Day!

The work that our Direct Support Professionals do at CLGW is challenging, rewarding and incredibly important to the people we support and their families. We truly appreciate the dedication, service, humor and skill of our Direct Support Professionals!You each make a real difference in the lives of the people we support. You have a career that is often physically and…

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In the News: Sheltered workshop phase-out continues in Guelph with provincial funding help

From Guelph Mercury Tribune – original article here. Sheltered workshop phase-out continues in Guelph with provincial funding help NEWS Apr 10, 2017 by Jessica Lovell  Guelph Mercury Community Living Guelph Wellington will be enhancing the work it does to support adults with developmental disabilities with help from $325,000 in funding from the provincial government. The money, which the organization will receive over a two-year-period, will…

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In the News: Taylor Redmond receives Ontario Medal for Young Volunteers

From Wellington Advertiser – original article here. Super volunteer – Puslinch resident Taylor Redmond, 24, was recently awarded the Ontario Medal for Young Volunteers in Toronto. Over the last two years he has dedicated more than 1,200 hours volunteering for the Special Olympics and at the University of Guelph, where he hosts a radio show.    photo by Jaime Myslik Taylor Redmond receives…

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In the News: Special Olympics meet a magic moment

From GuelphToday.com – original article here. Special Olympics meet a magic moment 15th annual event a time to shine for athletes May 18, 2016 5:22 PM by: Rob O’Flanagan About 1,000 people congregated on the outdoor track and field facilities of St. James Catholic High School Wednesday for the 15th annual Special Olympics Track and Field Meet. Competitors from all Upper Grand District…

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In the News: ARC Industries to remain open; sheltered workshops to close

From Wellington Advertiser – original article here. ARC Industries to remain open; sheltered workshops to close by Jaime Myslik GUELPH – The ARC Industries (Adult Rehabilitative Centre) building here will not be closing despite the eventual elimination of sheltered workshop programs. ARC Industries is a program run by Community Living Guelph Wellington that offers adults with intellectual disabilities employment training and support….

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