National Volunteer Week: April 23 - 29, 2017
“On behalf of the AbleLiving Services leadership team, I would like to extend our gratitude for the work that you do at our organization. Whether you are working directly with our clients or helping out in an administrative capacity behind the scenes, we are grateful for your commitment to our mission. We live in a busy world and the greatest gift that anyone can give is TIME – we very much appreciate you and value your contribution.“ - Steve Sherrer CEO
Speakers Series: May 3, 2017
Thrive Group's Speakers Series returns this year to the Waterfront Centre in Hamilton with guest speakers presenting this years topic:
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Save the Date: June 6, 2017
The Fourth annual Moving to Make it Happen fundraiser will be held on
Tuesday, June 6, 2017
funds raised help support programs and services for AbleLiving and St. Peter's Residence at Chedoke.
Caregiver Respite Program in the Mississauga Halton LHIN Awarded the 2016 Minister’s Medal Honouring Excellence in Health Quality and Safety
The Caregiver Respite Program in the Mississauga Halton Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) was recognized for improving services and supports that enable caregivers to care for their loved ones and also take care of themselves.
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AbleLiving is a Great Place to Work
AbleLiving is proud to announce that we have been certified as a GREAT WORKPLACE after a thorough and independent analysis conducted by Great Place to Work® Canada. This certification is based on direct feedback from employees, provided as part of an extensive and anonymous survey about the workplace experience.
We want to maximize independence, enhance quality of life and help people find solutions that meet their needs.
AbleLiving is a non-profit charity that has been serving adults with physical disabilities for more than thirty-five years. Our services are located throughout Ontario’s Golden Horseshoe area.
We provide the assistance that people may need to manage their lives as independent adults; help with activities of daily living including eating, maintaining continence, bathing, dressing, personal care and mobility and support with activities that help with the management of daily lives such as homemaking, meal preparation and assistance with medication.
In addition to a wide array of supportive care options we offer training in life skills, self-development, falls prevention and dementia care.
Among our clients are adults with physical disabilities, elderly people who are becoming frail, and family members who need respite from the role of caregiver.
The independent living philosophy has helped us develop services that respect independence, the right to choose and the freedom to take risks. A client with a physical disability knows what attendant care they need and our programs are designed with this in mind.
Integration. Inspiration. Independence.