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Agencies with Services for

Behaviour/Mental Health:
Ages 18-21 years

Agencies with Services for the

Medically Fragile / Technology Dependent: Ages 18-21 years

Medically fragile and/or technologically dependent. The person requires 24/7 physical care.

Agencies with Services for the

Medically Fragile / Technology Dependent: Ages 6-17 years

Medically fragile and/or technologically dependent. The person requires 24/7 physical care.

Agencies with Services for the

Medically Fragile / Technology Dependent: Ages 0-5 years

Medically fragile and/or technologically dependent. The person requires 24/7 physical care.

Agencies with Services for

Behaviour/Mental Health:
Ages 55+ years

Agencies with Services for

Behaviour/Mental Health:
Ages 6-17 years

Agencies with Services for

Behaviour/Mental Health:
Ages 0-5 years

Agencies with Services for

Behaviour/Mental Health:
Ages 22-54 years

Agencies with Services for

Autism: Ages 55+ years

Agencies with Services for

Autism: Ages 22-54 years

Agencies with Services for

Autism: Ages 6-17 years

Agencies with Services for

Autism: Ages 0-5 years

Agencies with Services for

Autism: Ages 18-21 years

Wellington Respite Chart 2010

Download: Wellington Respite Chart 2010 [PDF]

Central West Specialized Developmental Services (CWSDS)

Services include:

  • Residential programs on-site at their Oakville location and off-site at their four community homes
  • Non-emergency respite care for up to a week at a time at their Oakville location
  • Education, treatment planning, interpretation, and support for families of individuals with a dual diagnosis through a regional Dual Diagnosis Clinical service
  • Central West Region Passport Initiative for individuals who have completed school and are seeking support for participation in the community
  • Videoconferencing for training, education and clinical conferences
  • Case management support through the Dual Diagnosis and Justice Specialist


Website:
www.cwsds.ca

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Christian Horizons

Services in the Guelph-Wellington area include (may be subject to a fee):

  • FamilyHome Services, which offers the opportunity for people to receive residential/respite support through sharing life with an approved and supported associate family
  • Two regional group living residential programs
  • Assisted vacations and camp programs at the Christian Horizons retreat centre in Paisley and a variety of other locations across Ontario


Website:
www.christian-horizons.org

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Child and Parent Resource Institute (CPRI)

Services include:

  • Assessment, treatment, consultation, education & research for eligible children and youth with Attachment Disorder/Disturbance, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Intermittent Explosive Disorder, Selective Mutism, sexual behaviours, and various emotional disorders, among others
  • Outpatient services, scheduled appointments at CPRI offices & short-term residential services


Website:
http://www.cpri.ca/families/

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Community Living Guelph Wellington

Services include:

  • employment assistance & vocational training
  • meaningful activities & programs to foster life skill development, education/literacy, and volunteer work
  • residential services & supported independent living


Website:
www.clgw.ca

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The Darling Home For Kids

Services include:

  • Respite care & day camp programs for MFTD children aged 0-18
  • Therapeutic programs, including pet therapy, hydrotherapy, recreation therapy, music therapy, snoezelen, and a program for the siblings of MFTD children
  • Parent education on topics like Pain and Symptom Management, G-tube Troubleshooting, Body Alignment and Range of Motion, Alternative Therapies & Community Resources


Website:
www.darlinghomeforkids.ca

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Easter Seals Ontario

Easter Seals Ontario began in 1922 as a vision to create a better life for children and youth with physical disabilities. While the specific programs and services may have changed over the decades, Easter Seals’ dedication to helping kids succeed is unwavering.

Easter Seals offers the following programs dedicated to helping children, youth and young adults with physical disabilities achieve their full individual potential and future independence.


Website:
http://www.easterseals.org