Upcoming Events

  • Thu
    18
    Feb
    2016

    Camp R&R Resource Fair

    1pm-8pm
  • Thu
    03
    Mar
    2016

    Stronger Together with DeAmon Harges

    9.30am-4pm

T4 2015

2015 T4’s are now available on Total Access

Employees On Leave or Terminated will be mailed to their home address

To register for Total Access: 

To register follow all instructions below:

To begin you will need the following information:

Your user ID – 6 Digit Employee #

Company Code – 31Q9

Client No. – f2c88e

Then all you need to do is to go to our home page and click on the “Total Access” tab and

Click Register now.  Scroll through the page and accept. Complete all information.

Once you have registered ADP will email you your User ID

You need to then log on using your new User ID   password    Client No   f2c88e and click on Statement set up.

Click on Pay statements, Tax statements, accept and submit.

You can now view your pay statements and T4’s on line at your convenience.

If you need assistance please contact Janice Hacking in Payroll 226-314-0828

Alarm codes at Royal Road Admin offices

If you have an alarm code for the upstairs offices in the Admin building of 8 Royal Road, please send an email to gFreeman@clgw.ca saying that you have a code. DO NOT INCLUDE YOUR CODE – DO NOT TELL ANYONE YOUR CODE.

We are compiling a list of people who will need a replacement code when the alarm system is reset at the end of February 2016. Your current alarm code will continue to work until the system is reset at the end of February. When the alarm system is reset all current codes will no longer work – this will happen at the end of February. In order to set or disable the alarm system you will need a NEW code after the system is reset at the end of February.

Please email gFreeman@clgw.ca to arrange for you to come into the Admin offices and set your own new alarm code. New alarm codes cannot be given out until after the system is reset at the end of February.

All other alarm systems are not affected. The system reset is only for the upstairs Admin offices at Royal Road, where the Claire Brown meeting rooms are.

Important Information About the Zika Virus and Travel Plans

The Zika virus is spreading in travel destinations, including South America, Mexico, and the Caribbean.
This virus is spread by the bite of an infected mosquito. Symptoms can include fever, headache, conjunctivitis (pink eye) and rash, along with joint and muscle pain. The illness is typically mild and lasts only a few days.
Pregnant women, however, may be at greater risk.

Please take note of this important health update if you have travel plans.

Zika virus pamphlet

Family Counselling and Support Services

Family Counselling and Support Services for Guelph and Wellington is a not for profit, community-based, family service agency dedicated to strengthening and enriching people by providing counselling, advocacy, support and educational services.

FCSS hold group courses open to the public, usually with sessions once a week for a six week course. Below is information about three of their most popular courses, general communication skills, relationship communications, and mood management. To register for one of these sessions, or for more information about FCSS services, please call the FCSS offices (519)824-2431 or go to http://www.familyserviceguelph.on.ca

Communication group flyerMood group flyerRelationship communication group flyer

UPDATE: Sheltered Workshops

To All:
Please find attached a letter regarding Sheltered Workshops in Ontario from Bernie Mitchell – President Board of Directors and Laura Hanley – Interim Executive Director. This letter is an update to the previous letter dated December 21st.
Please post in your respective areas.

Sheltered Workshops Memo #3

Passport Funding Drop In Event

Event Information:

  • Mon
    08
    Feb
    2016

    Passport Funding Drop In Event

    4pm-7pmCLGW Admin Building, 8 Royal Rd, Guelph

    What do I do with my approval package? What is a transfer agency? What can I spend my passport $ on?

    Answers to these and other questions with Karenda Carpenter, Passport Community Developer. RSVP by Feb 1st to kCarpenter@clgw.ca - (226)314-1126

    Drop In Flyer

Camp R&R Resource Fair

Event Information:

  • Thu
    18
    Feb
    2016

    Camp R&R Resource Fair

    1pm-8pmCountry Heritage Park, 8560 Tremaine Rd, Milton, ON

    Come out for an afternoon of fun & explore the different camp, recreation and respite options available to individuals with developmental disabilities across the Central West Region!

    Lunchbox cafe treats available on site!

    For more information please contact Marianne Vico, Passport Community Developer - Peel Region.
    (905)866-6300 x 225
    mvico@marycentre.com

    Camp Fair Flyer

The Communiqué Jan 2016

Our latest issue of The Communiqué has just been published. Please click the image below to download this edition.

Link to Communique PDF

Community Living Ontario Wills and Estate Planning Guide

Hello,

Community Living Ontario is delighted to share that we are in the early stages of developing a Wills and Estate Planning Guide, in partnership with PooranLaw; a comprehensive resource for people with a disability and their families, outlining best practices for wills, trusts and estate planning.

The guide will position people and their families to be better informed by providing them with a framework for discussion with their legal and financial advisors. In addition, this specialized planning tool will provide valuable information to service providers on the latest rules and regulations surrounding government benefits and eligibility.

The resource will be available free of charge to individuals and families as a downloadable document on Community Living Ontario’s website. The guide will also be updated regularly as government regulations and tax laws change. It is anticipated that the Wills and Estate Planning Guide will be available by June 2016.

We anticipate that this resource will cover topics such as government benefits, beneficiaries with disabilities, financial and tax considerations, management of assets owned by people with a disability, personal rights, as well as planning related to wills, trusts, and estates.

In order to best capture the most relevant topics to people with a disability and their families, we are asking that you share details of this project with people supported and family networks in your community, and to solicit input on what information and resources they would like to see included in the guide.

All suggestions should be directed to Heather Evans by email at hevans@communitylivingontario.ca, no later than Friday, January 29, 2016.

Thank you for choosing to partner with us on this worthwhile initiative.

Sincerely,

Ron Laroche
Director, Communications, Marketing and Fund Development | Directeur des communications, marketing et développement de fonds
Community Living Ontario
1 Valleybrook Drive, Suite 201
Toronto, Ontario M3B 2S7
416 447 4348 ext 223
communitylivingontario.ca 

Community Living Ontario

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