D.A.R.E.(Determined Adults Reading and Education)

The DARE program was started in the year 2007 with the goal of providing and enhancing literacy skills for adults with developmental disabilities.  Furthermore, to develop necessary skills to eventually attain employment and independence in the community.

D.A.R.E. provides individualised lessons for the students on a one-on-one basis.  Skills acquired through lessons range from reading and math to computers and spelling.  It all depends on the goals of the student!  There are also group computer lab classes where students can learn basic computer skills. The Juchniewicz DARE Learning Centre is equipped with a computer lab and a library. Essentially, the DARE program strives to enrich its students with literacy skills that they will be able to use in the community at-large.

For more information on how to join or to volunteer
please contact:
 Ruby Gill

D.A.R.E program Case Manager
Telephone-905-527-6212 x226
Email: rupinder.gill@salvationarmy.ca



Lets Learn

In partnership with Mohawk College we are pleased to announce the Lets Learn program.  We have partnererd specifically with the Health and Wellness program to offer students a uinique opportunity to pair up and learn from the students of that program.  Healthy, living, healthy relationships and many ther topics will be explored as well as involvement with the recreation therapy program to explore excersise and healthy lifestyle options!