Community Living Upper Ottawa Valley894 Pembroke Street West
Pembroke, Ontario K8A 5P8
Phone: 613-735-0659
Fax: 613-735-1373

Inspiring Possibilities

Go To The Movies For Free!
Community Living Upper Ottawa Valley is celebrating their 60th anniversary with a free movie matinee at Troyes Cinema for the movie "Wonder." Tickets to attend are absolutely free! The movie happens on May 5, 2018 at 1:30pm. Pick up your tickets today at 894 Pembroke Street West in Pembroke.
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Box of Possibilities Lunch: April 26, 2018
CLUOV's popular box lunch is back for 2018. Enjoy a hearty lunch with fresh fruit, a
cookie and chips for just $10 and help us raise money to support initiatives for people with intellectual disabilities. We use local providers for the box lunch. This is our 5th year running the Box of Possibilities lunch program and we usually book more than 400 lunch orders. Help us make this our best year ever, in celebration of our 60th anniversary! Order lunches for your office today! More Details. Download our information and order form!

CLUOV Celebrates International Women's Day
Community Living Upper Ottawa Valley hosted a breakfast honouring women in the community as part of an International Women's Day event. The Nook Creperie hosted the breakfast and the highlight of the morning was the keynote speaker, Brenda McPeak, a Canadian Forces member who attended the Invictus Games in 2017. The following is some press coverage of the event and photos on our Facebook page.

From Presence to Citizenship: Learning Exchange
CLUOV's Chris Grayson, was the chairperson of the "From Presence to Citizenship’s Learning Exchange." This annual event features nationally and internationally recognized speakers and breakout sessions with champions of transformation. The 2nd Annual Learning Exchange: To a Culture of Inclusion took place February 7-8, 2018 in Toronto with 245 registrants in attendance.
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Resources You Should Know About

Partners For Planning Resource Network
We know that planning for a person living with a disability takes effort and intention. From relationship building to school transitions, community involvement, financial objectives and more, very little happens without planning. The Planning Network helps you navigate each step and life stage, empowering you with all the right tools and inspiration along the way. Read more.

Estate Planning Guide
People who have a disability and their families now have an online, comprehensive toolkit available to them as they consider their financial objectives and obligations.

Passport Funding Program
Passport helps adults with a developmental disability to participate in their communities. It also helps caregivers of an adult with a developmental disability take a break from their caregiving responsibilities.

Supports & Services
Community Living offers supports and services that include LifeShare, Group Living, Community Options, Supported Independent Living and Community Respite.

Through LifeShare, Ontario families can offer a safe and nurturing environment for adults with developmental disabilities). Click on the video (left) for a short one-minute preview of LifeShare. Then, visit our Lifeshare page for more information, or watch the 10-minute video of real-life Ontario stories to see if this is something you could offer.

Corporate Video

Community Living Upper Ottawa Valley Executive Director, Chris Grayson, talks about the organization from the standpoint of client service, employment opportunities and community involvement.

We work hard to inspire possibilities at Community Living Upper Ottawa Valley and while this video shows only a part of this rewarding organization, it helps give people some insight into this vital community asset.

Video produced by Beck Media.