Testimonials From Parents

“Centennial gave me the strength not to fear what the future is going to bring my daughter”

“Centennial has been the best thing that has happened to us.”

“Centennial is a magical place, a special place, a one-of-a-kind place. It is a place of hope and strength, a place where our children flourish and grow. Our Son, who was born with Down Syndrome, would not be the amazing kid he is now if it weren’t for Centennial.”

“Centennial not only provided Max and our family with the services we so desperately needed, but became a cornerstone of our lives.”

“Centennial was such a supportive environment for Nick… there are no limitations.”

“It doesn’t matter what comes up on a day to day basis, I get the answers from Centennial… whether it is a health issues, behaviour issue or how to help my child with basic skills. I don’t know how we would have got through these few years without them… It has made an enormous difference.”

“My song doesn’t move on his own. He is completely dependent on someone else. For someone to say to me, ‘we are going to be his arms, to be his legs, to help him interact with other children’… it was huge for us. I don’t know what I would have done if it hadn’t been for Centennial.”

“The changes in Landon after attending the preschool for a few months were shocking. At school Landon learned to crawl, stand, climb stairs, drink from a cup and began to connect and communicate with us!”

“The skill and love of the volunteers and professional staff have made a real difference to our daughters life and to our lives.”

“It seems to me that we learned more from you (about our daughter) in a couple of hours, than from all our other information sources combined! Thank you.”

We are proud to live in a city and a country that has a facility such as this one… We are more grateful for your support than you will ever know, and grateful to be part of a place that sees so much ability in our child. “

“We often heard (from Centennial staff and volunteers): Don’t focus on what he can’t do, lets focus on what he can do.”