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  • “The staff at AbleLiving are very kind and go beyond to ensure my husband was able to stay connected with our family.”
    ~ Larry
  • ” I wish my father could stay here, the staff really understand him and treat him well, the food is also very good.”
    ~ Son of Vittorio
  • “Although I’m sad to leave, I’ll be happy to get settled into my permanent home, thank you for making my time at AbleLiving happy.”
    ~ Alan

Welcome to AbleLiving Services, serving Mississauga, Burlington, Hamilton, Stoney Creek and Binbrook.

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AbleLiving Services provides independent living support solutions for seniors and individuals with disabilities. Through a variety of in-home and communal living options, clients can access a range of services that enable them to remain in their homes and familiar community environments. These services are delivered in Mississauga, Burlington, Hamilton, Stoney Creek and Binbrook.

Funded by the Ministry of Health

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Announcement from CEO Steve Sherrer. Text below.

Our staff are a group of the most skilled dedicated and compassionate people I have ever had the pleasure to serve with. Despite the current challenges, these committed, courageous and compassionate individuals turn up each day to provide the best care and service possible to our residents and clients. We all owe a great debt of gratitude to each of these truly amazing individuals.

Steve Sherrer
CEO Thrive Group

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PROPHIX SUPPORTS PURCHASE OF NEW BUS!

On Friday, January 24, 2020 Executive Director of Community Services , Lucy Sheehan and Director of Development, Shari-Lee Srigley attended the Prophix Kick Off 2020. President & COO, Alok Ajmera made an exciting entrance and his presentation was extremely motivating and inspirational. CEO Paul Barber and Ron Massicotte, Corporate Social Responsibility Team presented us with a cheque for $25,000. Thank-you Prophix for inviting us to your Kick Off and supporting our purchase of a new bus. This donation will have a huge impact for our residents and clients. We look forward to continuing to work together ...
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We serve over 600 clients with a staff of 285. Our wait list is over 800 people. Our roots stem from the Hamilton Cerebral Palsy Parent Council, but we have grown substantially over the past three decades to help individuals not only with cerebral palsy but with any disability, which may include muscular dystrophy, arthritis, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury, developmental delay, brain injury, spina bifida, visual impairment, etc. Opening in Binbrook in 1978 with a congregate setting home for 35 adults with physical disablities, we expanded to include seven housing projects, some of which have short-term rental units. AbleLiving also provides outreach services in clients’ homes, including both attendant and homemaking services. Our new ReCharge programme offers in-home respite in the Mississauga / Halton regions which enables an individual's regular caregiver an opportunity to take a much needed break from their duties.
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  • “The staff at AbleLiving are very kind and go beyond to ensure my husband was able to stay connected with our family.”
    ~ Larry
  • ” I wish my father could stay here, the staff really understand him and treat him well, the food is also very good.”
    ~ Son of Vittorio
  • “Although I’m sad to leave, I’ll be happy to get settled into my permanent home, thank you for making my time at AbleLiving happy.”
    ~ Alan

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