Life on Campus


This funding is brokered through Community Living Oshawa/Clarington for people who have developmental disabilities living in Durham Region and are pursuing ongoing post secondary education.

Life on campus funds are allocated through a committee of community partners who deliver foundations services. Committee representatives are made up of people from Community Living Oshawa/Clarington, Community Living Durham North, Community Living Ajax/Pickering/Whitby, Durham Association of Respite Services, Kerry’s Place.

The Purpose of Life On Campus Program  is to:

  • to improve resources to adults with developmental disabilities, who are between the ages of 18 and 29, and are transitioning to community life
  • to support people to achieve adult and post secondary education goals
  • increase participation in developing transitional skills and the participation in continuing education
  • provide funding to help to help with additional tutoring and orientation support the person may require to achieve their educational goals.

The applicant must be a person connected through an existing developmental services foundations service in the Durham region. For further information, click here for our referrals page.

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