Welcome to Corbrook

MAKE CORBOOK A PART OF YOUR SUPPORT NETWORK.


Corbrook is a developmental service agency located in Toronto, Ontario. We provide a wide range of services that support youths and adults with developmental disabilities as they work towards their personal goals. Additionally, Corbrook has a Co-Packaging Business as well as Nene’s Spice Blends and our On-D-Go Trail Mix line that help supplement some of our operational costs.



OUR SERVICES

…provide opportunities to enhance skills, build self-esteem and become more independent.

OUR COMMUNITY

…partnerships ensure we can support our clients access a variety of other resources so they enjoy a higher overall quality of life.

OUR PERSON-DIRECTED APPROACH

…puts people firmly in charge of planning the support they want and need.

Whether your aim is to attain paid/volunteer work experience, learn new skills, make friends or simply have fun; Corbrook can be an integral part of your support network.

Together, we’ll help you awaken your abilities and reach your goals.

Employment

Corbrook provides various levels of employment support that begins with finding employment as well as helping to retain employment.

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Respite

Participate in a combination of skill-building, fun activities as well as community exploration. Corbrook’s respite services are a great way for you to develop relationships, hang out with friends, explore interests and enjoy group activities in a supportive environment.

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REVEL

If you are looking for: fun and varied activities to participate in, ways to build social skills or learn varied skills to become more independent then REVEL can help.

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ONe-to-one support

Corbrook offers qualified staff that provide individualized supports for people that may require additional assistance to participate in programs or in their community.

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Packaging

Corbrook’s custom packaging and assembly services have been exceeding our customers’ expectations. Our services will help you save time, money and most importantly get the job done right.

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products

Shop our Spices and Snacks in our Shopify Store

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Upcoming Events

Title

Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon

Date

October 22nd, 2017.

Where

Toronto: Race length will alter start locations: Race Map

About

Join Corbrook as one of Scotiabank’s Toronto Waterfront Marathon Official Charities!

The Scotiabank Charity Challenge unites the spirit of runners with a unique fundraising program to help create a stronger future for young people and build vibrant communities.

Help Corbrook reach their goal of $5000 while you are achieving yours. As Scotiabank covers all the fees associated with online fundraising, 100%* of the funds you raise will go directly to Corbrook!

We all run for different reasons. We encourage you to run for what moves you!

Register for a 5k, Half Marathon or Marathon at this years’ Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon. During the process of registration, you’ll be given the option to sign up for the Scotiabank Charity Challenge to fundraise for a participating community charity; please select Corbook.

Charity Registration Number: #11887 5830 RR00011

*Scotiabank pays for online transaction fees when fundraisers use the Frontstream (Artez) fundraising platform.

For registration support please call or email
Judy Shapiro, Manager of Fundraising, PR & Administration: 416-245-5565
judy.shapiro@corbook.com

Directors

DEEPAK SONI

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Deepak Soni has worked with people with disabilities for over 25 years in a variety of capacities including program development, implementation and management and has had the opportunity of successfully managing programs and services funded by a host of funders both federally and provincially. Deepak has implemented key strategic business and community partnerships that have all had an impact on creating educational and employment opportunities for people with disabilities at Corbrook.

Judy Cooper

Board President

Judy Cooper brings a wealth of experience in policy development and barrier-free access to her role. She joined Corbrook’s Board shortly after she retired in 2002 and, given her municipal background in policy development and legislative reading, Judy is a great asset to the organization.