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  • Recreational Program Halton
    November 20, 2019
    This event occurs weekly on Wednesday between November 6, 2019 and December 11, 2019
  • Mini Chefs
    November 20, 2019
    This event occurs weekly on Wednesday between November 13, 2019 and December 18, 2019
  • Learn how to define behaviour
    November 21, 2019
  • Recreational Therapy Halton
    November 21, 2019
    This event occurs weekly on Thursday between November 21, 2019 and December 12, 2019

Brampton Volunteer Opportunities

The Brampton location has the following volunteer opportunities available:

Saturday Day Respite
A day-long respite held on Saturdays for children who present with significant behaviour challenges.
Volunteer responsibilities:
Review all client charts to be familiar with each individual needs, assist with set up and tear down, various activities throughout the day and  ensure the safety of clients on site.


Overnight Respite (MFTD)
A respite camp for children, and are identified as MFTD Medically Fragile Technologically Dependent.. The program operates on designated weekends and during the summer.
Volunteer responsibilities:
Help with feeding, participation in recreational activities, spending 1:1 time with clients, crafts and swimming.
 

Overnight Respite (Non-MFTD)
A weekend-long respite camp for clients who present with significant physical disabilities. 
Volunteer responsibilities:
Clean up the kitchen, laundry, working with clients to complete activities of daily living, walks, pushing wheelchairs, crafts, swimming with clients in our therapy pool, outdoor play, feeding clients who require total assistance.


Overnight Respite (Over 18)
Week-long respite services for young adults over 18 years of age who qualified for MFTD as a child or those whose conditions have developed in medical complexity over time. 
Volunteer responsibilities:
Clean up the kitchen, laundry, working with clients to complete activities of daily living, walks, pushing wheelchairs, crafts, swimming with clients in our therapy pool, outdoor play, feeding clients who require total assistance.
 

Did you know?

Did you know that children who are blind learn about the parts of objects first because that is what they feel with their hands as they explore?  Children who are able to see learn about an object, such as a chair, then learn about the parts of the object, such as the seat, back and legs.

Learn about Vision Services at ErinoakKids

Contact Information

  ErinoakKids Locations
 
  (905) 855.2690
 
  1 (877) 374.6625
 

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