The Dundas Learning Centre is an education and life skills day program
for disabled adults
Who We Are
Located right in the heart of downtown Dundas, Ontario with easy access to the library, art gallery, Museum, trails, parks and the friendly downtown merchants, you will find the Dundas Learning Centre. A day program that provides an inclusive, safe and exciting program that focuses on empowering adults with developmental disabilities while building on their education and life skills for nearly thirty years
The Dundas Learning Centre was established in 1996 in the basement of St. Paul's United Church. Shortly after, we moved into our current building, located at 15 Baldwin Street in Dundas Ontario, part of the city of Hamilton. The building is owned and maintained by the Dundas District Civitan Club, with whom we have a great working relationship.
Criteria of Participation
The Dundas Learning Centre is able to support individuals who are independent when eating and generally independent in the washroom. Individuals who are able to travel within supervised groups in the community with minimal support and who do not have aggressive or disruptive behaviours towards others. Due to the layout of our building, we are currently only able to support individuals who are ambulatory.
15 Baldwin Street