During a ceremony at Queen’s Park on Wednesday (May 10), Orangeville’s Joshua Austin was presented with an Ontario Medal for Young Volunteers, please click here to read the article by Chirs Halliday of the Orangeville Banner.
DCAFS’ Clinical Services is pleased to share with parents and our community the attached letter from Minister Coteau in regards to the development of the Ontario Autism Program. If further information is required, MCYS has provided the following contact information:Greg Ladyka, Program Supervisor, MCYS Central Region (905) 952-1907, 1-877-669-6658 x 1907. Please click here to read
Parenting Children Who Have Experienced Trauma and Loss This 24-hour specialized series of eight classes is designed for adoptive, kinship and customary care families who are parenting children who have experienced trauma and loss as a part of their history. This course provides tools, techniques and information that empower participants to effectively parent their children.
DCAFS is currently seeking Board Members Membership on DCAFS’ Board of Directors is an excellent opportunity for individuals to take a leadership role in Dufferin County and make a significant contribution to children, families and to our community. To ensure we have a well-rounded, diverse Board, we are looking to recruit Members who have the
Thank you for your donations during the holiday season. We greatly appreciate your support in helping children, youth, adults and families in Dufferin County. Wishing you health and happiness this Holiday Season and prosperity in the New Year. All the best to you and yours, Executive Director Dufferin Child and Family Services
Special Needs Strategy vision… “An Ontario where children and youth with special needs get the timely and effective services they need to participate fully at home, at school, in the community, and as they prepare to achieve their goals for adulthood” To read the latest Communique, please click here.
In the wake of the recent events in Orlando, DCAFS would like to extend our sincere condolences to all those impacted by such intense acts of violence. Events like this remind us all of the ongoing need to support one another in feeling safe to be ourselves in our communities. Please feel free to call