Community Living London’s Summer Leisure Program

7-13 years, 14-20 years

(SLP) is a specialized day camp for school aged children and teens with developmental disabilities.  We offer a day camp experience for children and teens who cannot attend a traditional summer day camp due to enhanced support needs. We partner with SW LHIN to provide Nursing care to the students who receive nursing supports during the school year.

The 2018 Summer Leisure Program will be held at the following locations:

  • Junior (ages 7-13) St. George’s P.S. 782 Waterloo St.
  • Senior (ages 14-20) Banting SS 125 Sherwood Forest Square

For more information download our Summer Leisure Program flyer.

Community Living London recognized as a Canadian neoc-web-award_high res_FINAL Nonprofit Employer of Choice (NEOC)

Breaking News Announced: Community Living London has been chosen as one of the recipients of the Canadian Nonprofit Employer of Choice (NEOC) Award.

This year, the first-ever Canadian Non-profit Employer of Choice™ Awards (NEOC) recognizes organizations that have committed themselves to better business management practices ensuring successful mission achievement. Canada’s non-profit sector has recognized the vital importance of  incorporating private sector business practices in areas such as marketing, financial accountability and people management while still honoring the sector’s best practices in service and mission delivery. The NEOC Awards is a national program that helps participating organizations create positive brand recognition and gain a competitive advantage to attract, engage and retain top talent.

Candidates for the NEOC award are those non-profits whose people, leadership and vision has translated into exemplary talent management practices.

Community Living London successfully completed the Canadian Non-profit Employer of Choice (NEOC) program for 2015 and has achieved the designation of “Non-profit Employer of Choice.”

Congratulations to all at Community Living London!

For more information on the program and the award , visit



Community Leisure Connections Activities for May/June. Download Now


SIBSHOPS are workshops designed specifically for brothers and sisters of children who have special needs*. They are designed to offer opportunities for siblings to meet other brothers and sisters in a casual atmosphere and to join them in recreational opportunities. Sibshops also provide an opportunity for brothers and sisters of children with special needs to share stories, feelings, concerns and experiences with peers who truly understand the ups and downs of life with a sibling with special needs.

If you are interested in having your child attend future SIBSHOPS, or would like further information, please contact

Community Living London at 519-686-3000

Terri Martin (ext. 358) Or Jill McIntyre (ext. 362)

2017/2018  SIBSHOP DATES: 

Friday November 17th, 2017

Friday January 10th, 2018

Monday March 12th, 2018

Friday April 27th, 2018


  • All Sibshops are held at Salvation Army London Village – 1340 Dundas St.,  London ON    10am – 3pm
  • RSVP prior to attending to Terri Martin  519-686-3000 extension 358


Sibshop 2017 Flyer – click here.

Sibshop Registration and Family Background Form – click here.



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Snoezelen Evening Hours & Training

All evening hours take place from 4 to 7 pm

Upcoming Dates

Training Session:  Wednesday Nov 14 from 9-11am


Snoezelen Nights:  4-7 pm

Tuesday May 29/2018

Tuesday June 5/2018

Tuesday June 12/2018

Monday June 18/2018

Tuesday June 26/2018

Call 519-433-3371 for more training information.

If you are interested in booking a session or training, please call 519-433-3371. To learn more about Snoezelen, check out our postcard.

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Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
Leisure Nights

For more information, download our ASD Leisure Night Flyer by clicking here.

For those between the ages of 11 – 17 check out this flyer.

For those between the ages of 7 – 10 check out this flyer.

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