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Organization: Behaviour Innovations - Oakville - Adolescent and Adult Services - Day Program - HUB for Community Inclusion  
Phone Numbers: 416-251-9277
Fax: 416-251-4688
Email: thebihub@gmail.com
Address:
341 Kerr St, Suite 216
Oakville, ON
L6K 3B7
Intersection: Kerr St and Speers Rd
Location: Oakville (Central Oakville)
Accessibility: Not Wheelchair Accessible    Not Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-3:30pm
Executives: Dr. Nicole Walton-Allen - Director
Dr. Joel Hundert - Director
Contacts: Jean Hyszka - Office Manager
jeanatbi@rogers.com
Rebecca Drouin - Day Program Coordinator
Service Description: Day program for young adults with developmental disabilities * each day is organized with two outings and two teaching periods (e.g., conversational training, how to use an Ipad to communicate, how to prepare a meal) * ratio 5:1 (5 clients to 1 staff) * part-time and summer options also available * daily outings aim to enhance life skills, promote independence and support community inclusion

Additional day program location:
618 The Queensway
Toronto ON M8Y 1K3
Mon-Fri 8:30am-3:30pm

Fees: $100 per day which includes admission and transportation costs to all outings * also available on a part-time basis * Assessment provided at no cost
Application: Intake application form required
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Adolescents and adults with developmental disabilities
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
Oakville  
See Also: Adult Day Programs
Children and Youth with Disabilities
Mental Health for Children and Youth

This information was last completely updated on September 21, 2018

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Updated September 21, 2018
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About Us
The purpose of HUB for Community Inclusion is to provide adults and older adolescents with developmental disabilities with a supportive and enriching community experience that builds life skills and independence. Services associated with HUB for Community Inclusion are goal-directed, evaluated and built on principles of applied behaviour analysis (ABA)