WELCOME TO

HOPE ENDOORS

A safe space for individuals with developmental disabilities.

 A space that will open doors to independent living, developing social skills and meaningful connections with the community so that hope endures.

DAY PROGRAM

Saturday and evening respite

FAMILY SUPPORTS

DAY PROGRAM

Saturday and evening respite

FAMILY SUPPORTS

About Us

Hope Endoors Community Services Inc is a family-owned and operated business that provides services to families in the Region of Peel. The Husband and wife team Jermaine and Marlene Spence have over 40 years of combined work experience supporting  children, youth and adults with mental illness and developmental disabilities. Our mission to help neurodiverse families feel happy, hopeful, confident and connected. 

VISION

To provide hope and a space where families and their loved ones  can go for supportive programs and services, a space that will open doors to independent living, developing social skills and meaningful connections with their community.

 

 

WHO WE SERVE

We support older adolescents and adults with developmental disabilities, Autism, Down Syndrome, Learning disabilities or other neurodevelopmental conditions transition from youth services/ high school to engaging adult services and programs.

 

CORE VALUES

Client-centred: We design and deliver care that puts our client’s needs and interests first

Family: Creating a culture of warmth, belonging, teamwork and fun

Compassion: Supporting others with genuine care and kindness

Integrity: Committed to being sincere and honest in all we do

 

Life at Hope Endoors Day Program

STRUCTURED DAY PROGRAM ACTIVITIES
Our day program focuses on enhancing functional life skills, physical activity and being a part of the community. Day program participants will have opportunities to engage in fun, interactive activities that enhance their communication and social skills while making genuine connections with peers and their community. Examples of activities:
Baking/Cooking
Improve communication, math, reading, focus and attention while having fun in the kitchen.
Social Skills
Connecting with people who understand makes it easier to develop communication skills, understand social rules and learn how to maintain friendships.
Life Skills
Develop new skills, build confidence and independence while having fun.
Exercise
Staying active and healthy improves self-esteem and improves mental health and mood.
work Readiness
Being exposed and trained in work environments helps to improve important skills needed to succeed as an entrepreneur or on the job.
Volunteering/Community involvement
Expand learning opportunities, connect with the community and friends with outdoor excursions.

Did you know…

Only 48% of persons with disabilities living in Peel are working or looking for work. We want to help prepare more adolescents and adults for the workforce

(cited from Portraits of Peel: a community left behind 2011)