About Us – Camelot Centre

About Us

Our Centre

Camelot Centre is a creative day program for adults with developmental disabilities in Burlington, ON. We are a not-for-profit, registered charity, offering continuing education, life skills, physical fitness, recreation, crafts and social interaction in a structured environment for adults, over the age of 20.

Incorporated in July 2006, Camelot Centre was started by a board of dedicated parents whose children, upon completing their high school educations, had no program in the community to meet their special requirements.

We strive to meet the needs and goals of each client respecting their strengths and interests. Camelot Centre is the proud recipient of the Burlington Accessibility Award in 2013 for both Education and Recreation.

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Our Mission & Values

It is the mission of Camelot Centre to offer a creative and supportive day program for adults with developmental disabilities over the age of 20, where social inclusion, individual choice, rights and independence are prioritized in a safe and secure setting.

Our Centre

A safe, private, facility in a residential neighbourhood

A full-size gymnasium

A large fully equipped industrial kitchen

Two large rooms for classroom and activities

Close to Lake Ontario, parks and outdoor swimming at Nelson Pool

Outdoor area for summer activities

Small group sizes

MCCSS compliant

Strict Covid-19 Protocols

Our Staff

Professional, qualified staff with many years of experience who have completed all MCCSS required training

Camelot Centre offers a maximum staff to client ratio of 4:1

Covid-19 Protocols & Practices

At Camelot Centre our primary concern is the safety and wellbeing of our clients and staff. A Pandemic Plan was developed in the summer of 2020, utilizing the guidelines provided by the Ministry of Children, Community & Social Services for community support providers.

We strictly enforce these protocols on a daily basis. Camelot Centre adheres to lockdowns or restrictions determined by Public Health officials and the Province of Ontario

A safe, private, facility in a residential neighbourhood

Clients and Staff are assessed with temperature readings upon arrival.

All clients complete an online wellness check weekly.

Program is currently divided into 2 separate cohorts which do not mix together.

Zoom chats are done every morning so the cohorts can visit each other.
Plexiglass dividers separate worktables.

6’ physical distancing is maintained.

Masks are mandatory except during luncheon and snacks.

Hospital grade Hepa filter Air Purifiers are in use in each cohort space.

Ongoing sanitizing and cleaning including end of day sanitizing fogger machine.
Signage and sanitizing stations are in place throughout the Centre.
Outside visitors are not permitted at this time.