Microsoft Word Class This class will allow adults to learn the basics of Microsoft Word in a classroom setting. They will be given tutorials on the program as well as activities to do independently in order to learn how to use the basic functions of the application to create an […]
Children’s Activity Club This class will allow kids ages 9-12 years old to develop their Arts and Crafts skills, as well as having the opportunity to meet new people while having fun. Children will perform various arts activities and will develop their skills in activities such as painting, collage making, […]
This class is for seniors wanting to learn the basics of using phones, tablets, and computers. Through various workshops, seniors will learn how to use their devices as well as getting one-on-one help with questions they may have. This class is running every Thursday in August at 3-4: 30 PM. […]
This class helps you become familiar with the baking vocabulary, culinary conversations and allow you to participate in group activities. Also, you learn baking techniques and useful information about Canadian food culture.
In fall 2018 and winter 2019, the Iranian Women’s Organization of Ontario conducted a series of workshops with the goal of raising awareness about Indigenous peoples and issues among the Iranian community in Canada. Through presentations, discussion, music, and storytelling, these workshops bridged a connection to Indigenous cultures, history, and […]
This focus group will allow you to share your thoughts and experiences as a caregiver. You will meet other caregivers and learn about resources specific to caregiving. For more information please contact 416-496-9566
This class will help you improve your English speaking skills, reduce stress and boost creativity. Furthermore, you can learn new skills such as painting, card making and more. These sessions ran every Tuesday, from 10:00 am to 11:30 am. For more information, please call 416-496-9566.
Storytelling enhances and develops kids’ emotional, moral and social capabilities. It also helps children become familiar with some life experiences and teaches them that pain and suffering are a part of life as much as happiness and fun times are. These sessions are running every Friday from 4:30 p.m. to […]
Counseling is a confidential process designed to help you address your concerns, come to a greater understanding of yourself and learn effective personal and interpersonal coping strategies. It involves a relationship between you and a trained therapist who has the desire and willingness to help you accomplish your individual goals. […]
Initially launched as a pilot project with Toronto Public Health in 1980, the Mobile Health Clinic Program (MHC) was developed to provide sexual health services onsite to the many immigrant women working in garment factories in Toronto’s downtown core. A Winnebago camper was purchased and retrofitted into a clinic and […]
About the Project Educational Workshops and Seminars Pictures Perspectives on Elder Abuse Helplines and Resources The main objective of this project is to increase the public awareness about the elder mistreatment and senior abuse in the community. To achieve this goal, this project runs a series of 8 educational seminars, […]
About Program Educational Workshops Translation Team Art Exhibition Video Project Support Meeting for Parents and Allies Story Project Changing Perspectives on Gender and Sexuality within the Iranian and Farsi Speaking Diaspora In 2015, IWOO’s application for Ontario Trillium Foundation funding on a project titled Changing Perspectives on Gender and Sexuality […]
The program is offered for male and female older-adult and seniors in two seasonal folds. The summer seasonal programs focus on leisure and health in an outdoor setting at Earl Bales Park. The remaining of the year, the program operates indoors which takes place at a local Community Centre. Every […]