Who we are
Community Living Oakville
has an illustrious 55 year history as a non-profit charitable corporation. Since its origins as The Oakville and District Association for Retarded Children, we have grown to become a $9,000,000 enterprise providing residential programs and services to nearly 60 adults and children in 12 residences, and another 60 people in Supported Independent Living houses and apartments. In addition, we support 54 people at Speers Place Industries, 89 people in Alternative Day Programs, and 85 people in Community Programs.
Our agency is guided by our mission that encourages and supports full community participation while providing quality services, supports and opportunities enabling people with developmental disabilities to live active, rewarding and fulfilling lives. Community inclusion remains elusive to many. Our goal is full community participation for anyone with a developmental disability.