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Organization: Mary Centre  
Phone Numbers: 416-630-5533
Fax: 416-630-5702
Website: www.marycentre.com
Address:
842 Wilson Ave, 2nd Floor
Toronto, ON
M3K 1E5
Intersection: Dufferin St and Wilson Ave W
Location: North York
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
Executives: Don Walker - Executive Director
416-630-5533 ext 223
dwalker@marycentre.com
Contacts: Denise Tremblett - Program Director, Toronto
416-630-5533 ext 224 * dtremblett@marycentre.com
Tracey Berman - Program Director, Respite
416-630-5533 ext 222 * traceyb@marycentre.com
Service Description: Provides integrated support services for adults that have developmental disabilities and are living at home or in the community

The Community Support Program
assists adults who have a developmental disability that are 21 years and older with enhancing their communication and social skills, developing banking and budgeting skills, preparing meals, managing the home, safety knowledge and other skills for independent living

Residential Living options are available to adults with developmental disability in five shared homes located in Brampton (Aberdeen and Greenbriar) and Scarborough (Whitecap, Redcastle, and Leyton) * four residents per house, wheelchair accessible, staffed 18 to 24 hours a day, staff assist residents with daily living including bathing, dressing, meal preparation, eating, medication administration, and self-care

Supported Independent Living Units are available to adults with developmental disabilities that wish to live in their own apartments * 9 apartments located in Toronto, 5 apartments in Brampton, 3 apartments in Woodbridge, and East York * employees provide part-time assistance to residents * employees help organize recreational activities for residents and help develop independent living skills such as budgeting, cooking, laundry, etc. 

The Respite program provides temporary relief to caregivers taking care of adult children with a developmental disability * respite care is provided in-home for a few hours each week and out-of-home residential respite at St. Bernard's Residence in North York * the St. Bernards respite program offers 6 beds to individuals who are currently living at home

The Alzheimer's Day Away program offers day activities for individuals with dementia or who are in cognitive decline

The Faith Outreach program assists adults with developmental disabilities that wish to connect and engage with the Catholic community and events
 
Integrated Seniors Program - Matches seniors who have a developmental disability with support workers and volunteers to engage in recreational and educational activities in a one-on-one program * organizes 8- week group gatherings for isolated adults to meet in the community and participate in outings to various locations including restaurants, the cinema or museums

Fees: Set Fees
Application: Call for a consultation with an intake coordinator
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Adults 18 years and older with a developmental disability
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
Greater Toronto Area  
See Also: Housing and Residential Care for People with Intellectual Disabilities
Independent Living Support
Respite Care for Adults

This information was last completely updated on May 10, 2018

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