Have you ever wondered what’s happening in your neighbourhood? Your Neighbourhood Association is a great place to connect with and learn more about what is going on around you in your community. At KW Habilitation, Out and About Waterloo Region is all about connecting
Joe is someone who is very creative and has an amazingly active imagination. He was the one who planted the idea and worked to help assemble last February’s “Stay At Home Idol”, where participants performed on the ZOOM stage. Deeply knowledgeable on many topics, including
We are proud to announce that Karen Klee, Nurse and Healthcare Consultant here at KW Habilitation, has been awarded the Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan) Gold Leadership Excellence Award for Faculty. Karen has been an invaluable part of our IPAC team and has helped us
Last month, KW Hab welcomed Minister Monte McNaughton and MPP Mike Harris for the announcement of an over $300,000 investment to our future LEG Up! to Retail program! The new and exciting program, funded by Ontario’s Skills Development Fund, is set to begin later this
All week, we’ve been celebrating the amazing volunteers we work with every day at KW Habilitation. Volunteers can be empathetic, but volunteering can also help us develop empathy – building our capacity to work collectively and contribute to a vibrant, inclusive society. Volunteering impacts the
By Brent Atkinson “Trust the timing of everything. Just because it’s not happening right now doesn’t mean it never will.” I couldn’t agree with this nugget of wisdom, more, from the team at LIVELIFEHAPPY.COM. It was back in 2012 when Mario C belted out Michael
Earlier this year, Bill-9 was introduced, proclaiming that a province-wide Nonprofit Sector Appreciation Week would take place yearly from February 14th-20th. The initiative was spearheaded by the Bhayana Foundation in collaboration with Capacity Canada, United Way Greater Toronto, Ontario Nonprofit Network, and MPP Daisy Wai.
KW Habilitation has been a long-time member of the Provincial Network on Developmental Services, which connects developmental service providers all across Ontario. In the Fall of 2020, in alignment with DS Reform, a strategy was developed to improve the recruitment and retention of direct support