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WELCOME TO COMMUNITY LIVING NEWMARKET/AURORA DISTRICT

Community Living Newmarket /Aurora District is a non-profit, charitable organization which provides support to people who have an intellectual disability.

We do this with a dedicated group of staff, volunteers and family members.

We offer a wide range of supports and services that enable people to reach their fullest potential.

Please explore our website further to learn more about the services, supports and opportunities that we offer.

2014-2015 Annual Report
2014-2015 Annual Report
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Quarterly Newsletter
October 2015

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The Caring Experience: an outreach project to better understand, and ultimately improve, the experiences of people who provide care or support to someone with a health issue. Please click on icon to access newly formed resource.

www.thecaringexperience.ca

What's New at Community Living Newmarket/Aurora District?

York Region Lifetime Independent Facilitation (YRLIF)
sponsors
an information meeting with John Lord
inviting families, individuals, people interested in becoming facilitators, social workers, DSWs

Learn how to build & maintain a
 network of support and friendship

what is independent facilitation?

What is the New Story?
How can we build a good life for our children?

Wed Feb 17th, 7:30pm 
Aurora Cultural Centre,
22 Church St, Aurora, Ont


see attached flyer

Polar Bear Plunge: please support our Special Olympics, Saturday, February 6, 2016!

Special-Olympics.jpgKaren Richards, our Board President, will be participating in the Polar Bear Plunge for her third year in a row. She has braved the VERY chilly waters of Georgina in Support of Special Olympics Ontario.

The money raised through this plunge stays in the community to help fund programs like basketball, softball, bocce, rhythmic gymnastics, soccer and swimming, as well as providing incredible athletes with an intellectual disability the opportunity to travel to competition, meet new friends and take part in the sports they love.

According to Karen, "Jumping into sub-zero temperatures is a small price to pay to see the smiles on the athletes face when they get the chance to compete in a sport they love."

Please click on the link below to make a donation.
https://secure.e2rm.com/registrant/FundraisingPage.aspx?registrationID=3198863&langPref=en-CA

A special Thank you to Mellissa Haggart and Shannon Coates for raising $582.50 for our Organization at their Holiday Recital on December 14, 2015 featuring the students from their Voices Studio including one of the people we support.

We are in need of Foster Families.
Please contact Kate at 905-898-3000 Ext.252

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Holiday Recital Donating Proceeds from their concert to Community Living Newmarket/Aurora Association.

Don't miss the Holiday Recital featuring the students from the voice studios of Melissa Haggart and Shannon Coates on Monday December 14th, 2015.

All donations collected at the Holiday Recital will be donated to our Association.

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Proceeds from the Holiday Recital being donated to our Organization! What a wonderful Gift!

Voices of Joy Community Choir

Voices of Joy Community Choir will be performing "The Fourth Wise Man" Christmas concert on Sunday, November, 29, 2015 at 3:00 p.m. at the Bethel Community Church.

Please view flyer for details.
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Annual United Way Campaign Kick Off Pancake Breakfast

Our Annual United Way Campaign Kick Off Pancake Breakfast at our Day Supports Location.

Thank you to all of our guests and to the United Way Toronto and York Region.

2014-2015 Annual General Meeting Photos

Our Visit to Queen's Park on May 11, 2015 for Community Living Ontario's Day at Legislature

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Emily with MPP, Chris Ballard
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Elaine, Emily, Chris Ballard, MPP and Kathy
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Host Home Respite Providers Needed for our Associate Family Program

Our Associate Family/Foster Program is recruiting Host Home Respite Providers to help enhance the lives of children and adults who have an intellectual disability. The goal for the Host Home Respite Provider is to provide a safe and caring home for the person to visit for short term stays to assist in providing relief to the Associate/ Foster Family.

Currently, we have a need for providers who are available, at least one weekend per month. Host Home Respite Providers are expected to include the person supported in family entertainment and leisure activities such as, shopping, dinners, movies, and attending events.

If you are interested, please contact Kate Sisopha for additional information and compensation details 898-3000 ext.252, or you can email her at kate.sisopha@clnad.com.

Suzanne Conner did it Again - $10,000 raised at her Second Annual Jelly Bean Ball

On Saturday March 28, 2015, Suzanne Conner held her second Annual Jelly Bean Ball in support of our Organization. In attendance were Suzanne Conner’s family and friends, including some of her friends here at Community Living Newmarket/Aurora District.

The Jelly Bean Ball was an incredible success - raising another $10,000 for our Organization.

Suzanne Conner is an inspiring woman who decided to make a difference in the Community and threw her first Jelly Bean Ball Fundraiser in 2014 raising $10,000 for our Association..  To date, Suzanne has raised $20,000 for Community Living Newmarket/Aurora District.

We cannot thank you enough Suzanne!

Respite Information

http://www.respiteservices.com

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