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Organization: Ottawa-Carleton District School Board - Continuing Education Department - Adaptive Learning Program  
Phone Numbers: 613-239-5951
Fax: 613-239-2324
Email: Alison.Trusty@ocdsb.ca
Website: LBSinOttawa.com
Address:
Continuing Education Centre
440 Albert St
Ottawa, ON
K1R 5B5
Intersection: Bay St and Albert St
Accessibility: Partially Accessible    Partially Accessible
Hours: Administration Mon-Thu 9 am-3:10 pm
Dates: September-June
Contacts: Shirley Graham - Education Officer
613-239-2287 * Shirley.graham@ocdsb.ca
Alison Trusty - Support Instructor / Assessor
Service Description: Program for adults with developmental disabilities * offers transferable skills and targeted skills needed to prepare for employment or volunteer positions * individualized learning and employment plans * Preparation for Food Service Settings * Preparation for Office and Library Settings

Fees: None - program
Application: Call to arrange for a tour * intake appointments are made after the tour
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Adults 21 years and older with developmental disabilities who are:
* able to demonstrate a high level of independence
* want to work or volunteer in the community
* able to attend classes four days a week
* able to work in a variety of environments and with different people and have the support of family and caregivers in finding employment or volunteer positions
Age: 21.00 years and older
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
Ottawa (City of)  
See Also: Employment Assistance for People with Disabilities

This information was last completely updated on February 25, 2017

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