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Galloway Saturday Program


Developmental Disability, Respite, Youth Programming


12 – 35


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No referral required


Must have an ASD diagnosis and/or developmental disability

Languages offered:



184 Galloway Road, Toronto


Program runs on alternate Saturdays, 10 AM – 4 PM

Get started

Call 416-724-7444 to set up an intake appointment

Our Galloway Saturday Respite program offers a range of accessible relief services for youth aged 12 to 18 and adults aged 18 to 35 with a developmental disability or an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The goal of these services is to provide quality and flexible family centred programming that promotes the development of both social and life skills to the young adults who attend.

Access to service is based on an individual’s plan, family’s changing needs and availability. To be eligible all participants will have to complete a respite plan that meets our service criteria. This plan is reviewed yearly by staff and the family and/or individual. Available during breaks in the school year.

Steps to access the program:

  1. Call the program at 416-724-7444
  2. Set up an intake appointment to discuss the program, its cost structure, suitability and interest
  3. Complete required paperwork; support to complete can be provided

Get started

Call 416-724-7444 to set up an intake appointment

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