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Organization: Continuing On In Education  
Phone Numbers: 613-962-8350
Fax: 613-962-5171
249 William St, Side entrance
Belleville, ON
K8N 3K4
Intersection: Victoria Ave and William St
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-3:30pm * Day Program Tue 3:30-8pm * OWLS Respite Program Sat 10am-3pm and Tue 3:30pm-8pm
Executives: Lisa Holgate - Board Chair
Contacts: Chris Houlden - Instructor/Administrator
Larry Mavety - Instructor
Service Description: Community based day programs

Respite Program (OWLS - Ongoing Wellness Leisure and Social) serves transitional youth and adults with disabilities * designed to meet the social and recreational goals of the participant and reduce the risk of isolation

Continuing On In Education (COED) - promoting inclusion and independence to adults with disabilities * mentoring and facilitation for adults in the areas of:
  • literacy
  • numeracy
  • social skills
  • community integration
  • independent living
  • self-advocacy
  • healthy-active living
  • basic computer skills and communication
  • some supported work placements
  • opportunities to acquire transferable skills while developing lasting, meaningful relationships

Fees: Set fee * daily rate * subsidy available
Application: Self-refer - telephone for admissions process
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Day Program: adults with disabilities
Respite: transitional youth and adults with disabilities
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
Belleville and area  
See Also: Adult Day Programs
Adult Literacy and Basic Skills
Children and Youth with Disabilities

This information was last completely updated on February 27, 2017

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About Us
To provide individualized learning that supports meaningful communication, relationship building, skills development, personal growth, healthy active living and independence for people 16 years and older with disabilities in the Quinte region.