Enable people with an intellectual disability to achieve their fullest potential.
An inclusive community where all people are accepted, appreciated for their uniqueness and treated equitably.
Who We Are
What We Do
How We Can Help
Effective job coaching can enable people with developmental disabilities achieve their employment potential. CLD assists people with disabilities so they develop good working habits, improve their social skills and increase their productivity.
Supported Independent Living
Many adults with developmental disabilities can live in their own homes or apartments when provided with three to five hours of weekly support from CLD.
Creative Partners on Stage
Imagine for a moment that you have a disability; one that prevents you from fulfilling your dreams, from reaching your full portential, from sharing your passion, your creativity, from being all that you can be. That is until Community LivingDufferin created a unique, inspirational drama group.
Direct Support Professional
Are you looking for a career opportunity where you can make a difference? If so, our growing team at Community Living Dufferin has career opportunities where you can do just that! We are hiring Direct Support Professionals to support people who have an intellectual...
Annual General Report 2021
AGM Report 2021
AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE TO OUR COMMUNITY:
We have all heard the tragic stories of the front lines of health care—we know of the unprecedented exhaustion, pressure and trauma that nurses, doctors, paramedics, environmental services staff and allied health professionals are coping with. The pressures on the...
CLD is a BlueJeans video conference site, contact Karen Murphy-Fritz to register your attendance at a video conference
Community Living Dufferin
065371 County Road 3,
East Garafraxa, Ontario
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“We would like to respectfully acknowledge that Dufferin County resides within the traditional territory and ancestral lands of the Tionontati (Petun), Attawandaron (Neutral),
Haudenosaunee (Six Nations), and Anishinaabe peoples.”
Tionontati – Tee-oh-nahn-TAH-tee Attawandaron – At-tah-wahn-da-ron Haudenosaunee – ho-DEE-no-Sho-nee Anishinaabe – ah-NISH-IH-nah-bay