Call for Art Fundraising

In support of CLASS, we are looking for donations of any artwork for the ” Art with Heart” Sale and Fundraiser May 25th at the Gibson Cultural Centre.

So if you downsizing or re-decorating, look no further than CLASS to donate your original and previously enjoyed artwork. In partnership with Gibson Cultural Centre.

Donations of artwork accepted May 4th at both CLASS & Gibson Centre.

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Soup N Bun Fundraiser

  • Enjoy delicious soup, bun, coffee and dessert for only $3!
  • When: Every Monday from 12pm – 1:30pm
  • Where: Tottenham & Rich Hill United, 26 Mill St E, Tottenham


CLASSic Lunchbox

Community Living Association for South Simcoe (CLASS) is starting up a lunch program on Thursdays at the Everett Legion. This program will provide people with disabilities the opportunity to develop employable skills while offering an affordable lunch to all community members.

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For More Information Contact: 705-435-4792 x239



Two sessions coming up in York Region. Click here for more info.

March 14, 2018 Etobicoke/York Region
Creative Village Studio – 4895 Dundas St. West

April 5, 2018 North York Region
1122 Finch Ave West

On November 28th Bill 148, The Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, received Royal Assent and became law.  Bill 148 affects everything from the minimum wage and public holiday pay, to how employees request scheduling changes, refuse shifts, and take leaves of absence.

Many families do not realize that this new legislation and employment law generally can apply to them and their relationship to workers they engage to provide supports to a loved one with a disability.  Families face real risks if they don’t consider their legal obligations to workers or take steps to protect themselves and their families from liability.

Community Living Toronto is pleased to host disability and employment lawyers from PooranLaw who will deliver an in-person information and training session for people and families engaging workers for support.  These sessions will review:

  • The most significant aspects of the Bill for families in the DS Sector and the dates they will come into force;
  • How you determine whether these obligations apply to your relationship with your worker;
  • What your responsibilities are to a worker who is an independent contractor or an employee;
  • What steps you can take to protect your loved one with a disability and your family, and ensure positive relationships with your workers; and
  • Free resources to help you manage your worker relationship and ensure compliance with the law.

These sessions are FREE · Seating is LIMITED

RSVP online at 


Connections – A Guide to Transition Planning for parents of children with Developmental Disabilities – April 5, 12, 19, and 26, 2018

Please click here for more information.


DSO CER News Bulletin – Winter Edition

Click here for winter addition of the DSO CER News Bulletin.


Bill 148 – Implications for Families and People with Disabilities

Please see the following link regarding Bill 148, which will impact families and people with developmental disabilities.


MCSS Q and A Ombudsman Report 2016

Click here to view the report.


CLASS 24th Golf Tournament – Thank You!

A Big Thank you for all your support at our 24th Golf Tournament this year!


CLASS Newsletter 2017

It has been a long, wonderful and challenging weather. We have been actively involved in a number of major events. Stay up to date with CLASS current events, fundraisers, and group news. Be a part of the extended CLASS family…it’s just a click away! – Click here for our Newsletter 2017


DS Transformation Spotlight 53

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Fee For Service Passages

Class provides fee for service programs tailored to meet individual needs and interests for more information click here for more information.


Greetings, Parents and Advocates!

It is extremely important that all parents/guardians of children with special needs know about various legal and financial issues that will arise with respect to your child(ren).  This could be now depending on their age or pre-planning for the future.  It also applies to anyone in the household with a disability.  Due to the importance of the topics we will be discussing that night we felt that it was essential that you receive a special invitation to attend this evening. We are looking forward to having you at this informative meeting.  Please bring anyone with you that you think might find this useful.  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact C.L.A.S.S. at 705-435-4792 or email me at Click here for more details.