Publications

MFRC Program Information

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MFRC General Poster  2017

Spring 2017 What’s Happening Program Schedule

 

MFRC Reports, Documents and Publications

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Bridging Gaps: Accessing Special Needs Education Supports in the Community
This resource guide was created by the Malvern Action for Neighbourhood Change Parent Engagement Committee, a community group made up of parents, caregivers, residents and community members who are passionate about building the capacity of parents and families to ensure children and youth can succeed in the education system. Through the creation of this resource, the Committee hopes to help parents navigate special education supports and resources to ensure children with differing education needs, including physical disabilities, mental health issues and learning disabilities are able to receive the accommodations and supports they need to meet their full academic potential.Read (PDF)

Bridging Gaps: Tamil Version
Bridging Gaps: Urdu Version

2016-2016 Parent Handbook
This parent handbook is your guide to important information about our program; along with our policies and procedures. Please take the time to review the handbook and sign the parent agreement, acknowledging that you understand and comply with the guidelines set out in this handbook. Read (PDF)

Malvern Age-Friendly Community Initiative Report (2015)
This report aims to present the major findings from the public consultations, focus groups, surveys, and community audits that took place over 10 months as well as provide practical recommendations that consider the unique needs of Malvern’s diverse senior population. It will also identify major challenges and learning opportunities in order to inform any further work surrounding age-friendly initiatives in Malvern. Read (PDF)

Seniors Connections (Seniors Newsletter)

MFRC Summer Camp: Eco Camp Guide 2015
Planning an environment-themed day camp can be easy and fun. In Scarborough and the Eastern GTA, there are lots of ways to get children engaged with nature. With this guide, environment-themed day camps can be made possible for any organization looking for new ways to create a summer day camp experience. Games, arts and crafts, and hands-on learning experiences guide children through a week of getting to know the living world around them and develop eco-friendly living attitudes. Read (PDF)

Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act

Annual Report

 

 

Partner Reports, Documents and Publications

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Creating Dynamic Partnerships: U of T Scarborough and the Malvern Community
Malvern Family Resource Centre is proud to work alongside University of Toronto Scarborough. Our relationship has captured numerous focus areas including city building, neighbourhood planning, food issues, seniors’ well-being, and deepening our understanding and integration of our cultural and newcomer communities. Read (PDF)

Laying a Foundation: A Housing and Homelessness Research Report for Scarborough
This report examines the needs, strengths and gaps related to homelessness and housing security in Scarborough. It also identifies the priority actions for the community to address existing homelessness and housing security issues. This research project was initiated by the Scarborough Housing Stabilization Planning Network. Read (PDF)

 

 

Multimedia

Elder Abuse Awareness PSAs

The following two PSAs were created through our Project R.E.A.C.H. program in spring 2016. A group of volunteers, including older adults and members of our youth cabinet, came together to address the issue of elder abuse in the community with staff guidance.