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Family Memo

Family Memo

Dear Ongwanada Families; This past year has been another challenging year for the people we support, families such as yourselves, our staff, and the organization overall. COVID continued to impact many aspects of the organization and affected many of our services....

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Family Memo

Family Memo

Dear Ongwanada Families; The situation with the COVID-19 pandemic appears to be improving with cases decreasing and most masking requirements ending.  As I am sure you are aware, Chief Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Kieran Moore, continues to recommend masking in...

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Can You Help?

Can You Help?

Did you know that more than 50% of the people that Ongwanada supports struggle with varying communication challenges? Yet, at this time, less than 10% of those individuals have access to devices that assist with communication. Donating to Ongwanada could help...

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Family Memo

Family Memo

Dear Ongwanada Families; The current sixth wave of the pandemic has been particularly challenging for Ongwanada. With COVID being so prevalent in the community, some staff and supported individuals have been infected. Staff have also had to isolate due to exposure to...

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Hours of Operation for Easter

Hours of Operation for Easter

Please be aware that the Pharmacy located at the Ongwanada Resource Centre, 191 Portsmouth Avenue, will be closed for Easter on both Good Friday (April 15) and Easter Monday (April 18). The Pharmacy will re-open for regular business hours on Tuesday, April 19, 2022 at...

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Pharmacy to close for Inventory

Pharmacy to close for Inventory

The Pharmacy located at the Ongwanada Resource Centre, 191 Portsmouth Avenue, will be closed for inventory beginning 1:00 pm today (March 31, 2022) as well as business day Friday, April 1. Pharmacy will re-open for regular business hours on Monday, April 4, 2022 at...

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Family Memo

Family Memo

Dear Ongwanada Families; As I am sure you are aware, Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, Doctor Kieran Moore, has announced that the province will lift mandatory masking requirements for most settings on March 21. However, the lifting of masking requirements...

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One Donors Story

One Donors Story

Donors are so integral to the ongoing success of an organization. Yet, people often associate donations with monetary gives, but there are many other ways to provide. All of which are greatly appreciated. Suzanne Julien is a perfect example of that. This wonderful...

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Ongwanada receives Accreditation

Ongwanada receives Accreditation

Ongwanada is committed to the provision of quality supports and service. Participation in the accreditation process is a key action by which our clinical and operational performance against established standards is measured. It enables us to identify opportunities to...

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