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  • Provides an opportunity for participants to enjoy socializing and music.
    November 30, 2020
    This event occurs weekly on Monday between October 19, 2020 and December 14, 2020
  • This program will provide clients with an opportunity to prepare simple meals and desserts.
    November 30, 2020
    This event occurs weekly on Monday between October 19, 2020 and December 14, 2020
  • Gain an understanding of the FASD brain and challenges associated with it.
    December 1, 2020
  • Story and corresponding yoga sequence, breathing exercises and meditation.
    December 1, 2020
    This event occurs weekly on Tuesday between October 13, 2020 and December 8, 2020

Longo's Family Resource Centre Sale Items

The following items are available for purchase at the Longo’s Family Resource Centres in each of our sites, during their regular operating hours.

Easy grip loop scissors (green – left handed, blue- right handed)

Lightweight scissors ideal for people with decreased hand strength.



Chewey Tube P and Q

Chewy Ps and Qs offer an ideal smooth surface for new gums and sprouting teeth to practice biting and chewing skills.



ChewEaze clip-on

A device that encourages self-regulated chewing in children with sensory processing needs or oral fixations. This device can help strengthen jaw muscles or motor skill development.



Chewlery bracelet

Designed specifically to address oral chewing problems and helps prevent chewing of clothes, fingernails, and other objects.



Chewy Tubes

Used to develop biting and chewing skills



Handwriting without Tears workbooks and chalkboard






Therapy putty is used for strengthening the hand muscles, improving fine motor skills and relieving stress. Variable stretch resistance putty can be squeezed, pinched, stretched and twisted to effectively work hand muscles.
Four different resistance levels available



Single Digit Lock



Maped Scissors

Blunt tip, spring scissors



Pencil grips

Different grip styles available: grip, grotto, and crossover



Did you know?

Did you know that the three smallest bones in the human body are in the ear and are called the stapes (stirrup), incus (anvil) and malleus (hammer)? The stapes is the smallest of the three bones, and is just 3.3 millimetres long in the average person. It is a tiny stirrup-shaped bone, and is known as the "stirrup." It is also the lightest bone in the body.

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