In view of the extension of the stay at home order, Program Read will be closed to in person service delivery until the order is lifted. If you are interested in working with us virtually, you are invited to contact us at 7059463593 or email or

We look forward to serving you in person in the near future. Stay well, stay safe.

Important…please read.

As part of the ongoing efforts to manage the spread of COVID-19, our offices will be closed as part of the most recent lockdown, until January 11th, 2021. This measure is proactive and in support of the Government’s efforts to keep our populations healthy and safe. No staff member nor any learner has exhibited any symptoms of illness. Updates will be provided as information becomes available.

Update on ongoing closure and service interruption–PLEASE READ

As we continue to work through these challenging times, we want to keep everyone up to date on the choices we are making to support efforts around managing the spread of COVID-19.

We, at Program Read, take the health and well being of our staff, learners and our community very seriously. In this spirit, we will continue to cooperate with the government, school boards, and health officials to make informed choices based on what is known.

As a result, we will remain closed to the public beyond the original date of April 6th. We will make every effort to keep you informed of our status and look forward to getting back to supporting our learners, current and new, in reaching goals.

Heidi, Wendy, Norma, and Pat

Unscheduled closure– PLEASE READ

In collaboration with the Ontario Government’s decision to close the schools for 2 weeks post March Break, Program Read will be closed to the public starting at 4:30pm today, Friday, March 13th, 2020 until Monday, April 6th, 2020 at 9am.

Please consider this closure as a proactive measure to support efforts around managing the spread of Coronavirus disease (COVID-19).  No learner or staff member has experienced any illness or shown any symptoms whatsoever.

We advise everyone to temper their concerns in these challenging times with information and to resist the urge to panic.

We will see you in April–