The Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario is a pediatric health and research center providing outstanding family-centered patient care, pioneering breakthrough research, and training the health care professionals of tomorrow. Over the past thirty-six years, CHEO has established itself as a world-class centre providing leading-edge treatment, diagnostic and laboratory services for children and youth aged 0 to their 18th birthday. CHEO houses the Provincial Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health and the Ontario Newborn Screening Program. CHEO is an active partner in the Champlain Local Health Integration Network, providing leadership in all aspects of pediatric health and wellbeing. CHEO's large service area includes not only Ottawa, but also Eastern Ontario, Western Quebec, Nunavut and parts of Northern Ontario.
The Eastern Ontario Training Board will continue to be the champion for local labour force development in the counties of Prescott, Russell, Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry by identifying needs and facilitating solutions. This will be accomplished by cooperatively. Researching, analyzing and validating local labour force development conditions and sharing findings with our community. Facilitating the development of a community action plan to address identified local labour force development issues. Disseminating training and adjustment programs and services information to the community. Investigating solutions which utilize available resources including funding. Fostering the development of local partnerships that maximize the use of local resources. Promoting life-long learning
Iohahi:io Adult Education Centre is a member of Ontario Native Literacy Coalition (ONLC), a non-profit, charitable organization, one of four provincial umbrella organizations funded by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities. Incorporated since 1988, and operating under the guidance of an elected Board of Directors, the ONLC is a provincial networking and field development organization supporting and serving Native literacy practitioners and learners in Ontario.
Volunteers are the heart and soul of Make-A-Wish® Eastern Ontario. It is only through the hard work and commitment of our volunteers across the region, that we are able to continue granting more wishes to children with life-threatening medical conditions each year. We thank you! By volunteering with Make-A-Wish® Eastern Ontario, you will be able to contribute your valuable time, talent, and expertise to bring unforgettable moments of joy to the lives of children living with life-threatening medical conditions. Your assistance will not only provide the children with hope, strength and joy, it will also provide you with a heartwarming and rewarding experience.
Special Olympics Ontario (SOO) is a community-based program. Its primary instrument of program delivery is through community sports clubs, which are operated by a team of volunteer coaches. These programs give athletes the opportunity to train twelve months of the year in order to compete and test their skills against other athletes of similar ability. Special Olympics Ontario, at all levels of the organization, strives to involve families and care providers of Special Olympics athletes to participate and share in the joy of Special Olympics programs. Families are Special Olympics' most powerful and valuable natural resource. Special Olympics can provide family members with a sense of pride in their athlete, a sense of accomplishment through sports and the hope of an exciting and bright future for the individual as an athlete and a citizen in the community.