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National AccessAbility Week 2022

From May 29th to June 4th, National AccessAbility Week celebrates the valuable contributions and leadership of Canadians with disabilities. This year’s theme is “Inclusive from the start” and envisions a Canada that does not only accommodate those with disabilities but rather, is inclusive from the start.

We would like to encourage individuals and workplaces to work toward a more inclusive tomorrow!

Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month

March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month.  Our organization’s purpose is to assist those living with developmental disabilities. We acknowledge that it is our responsibility to educate and inform in regards to developmental disabilities.

Developmental disabilities are a group of conditions due to an impairment in physical, learning, language, or behaviour areas. These conditions begin during the developmental period, may impact day-to-day functioning, and usually last throughout a person’s lifetime (cdc.gov). Approximately 1 in 6 children under the age of 18 is diagnosed with a developmental disability. The most common developmental disabilities are Intellectual, Cerebral Palsy & Autism Spectrum Disorder (mayinstitute.org). 

Throughout the month, Community Living North Halton will be doing its part by spreading awareness and education on the topic of developmental disabilities via social media (Instagram, Facebook & Twitter). Stay tuned into our social channels for an upcoming event!

Black History Month 

Community Living North Halton honours Black History Month this year by highlighting quotes from memorable leaders and spreading the awareness of local Black-owned businesses both internally and externally. We are sharing our staff-picked favourites. Throughout the month of February, our social media channels (Instagram, Facebook & Twitter) will feature a weekly post in appreciation of Black history and the present. We encourage you to follow us on our channels to see some of the great suggestions from our staff!

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Community Roots

Community Roots welcomes everyone into the Community Living North Halton family. This campaign introduces our community and audiences to who we are! We are sharing the stories of our Supported Individuals, Support Staff, Administrative Team, and everyone in between!

“Even though you’re in a wheelchair or have any other disability, that should not stop you from what you want to do in life. Life is tough. You get hurdles, but you grow from them.”

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Covid-19 Sleeves up


#SleevesUpOn is a campaign that Community Living North Halton stands behind. During the COVID-19 Pandemic, CLNH has dedicated its efforts to ensure that our community is informed and feels safe getting the COVID-19 Vaccine. Across Ontario, the hashtag #SleevesUpOn has been used to link educational facts about the virus, how we can thwart the spread and why we should get vaccinated.



Meet Jan Crowe-McManus, Director of Alternative Housing & Specialized Supports with Community Living North Halton who shares her experience with the COVID-19 Vaccine.