KPP City of Kawartha Lakes Team, Cheryl Hall, Jenn Depuis, Jill McEnaney and Jackie Gerrow, join thousands of Canadians wearing jerseys in honour of the victims of last week’s deadly bus crash involving the Humboldt Broncos Hockey Team. Our thoughts and wishes go out to the family and friends of everyone involved.
Dear valued clients, tenants and staff: Your administration team is excited to announce some administrative changes for 2018. Starting next week, January 2, 2018 will roll out the first phase of our automated reception transition. Whenever possible we encourage everyone to use KPP’s back door phone number 705-745-6440 and enter your parties extension directly.
By Jennifer Roche, Support Services Supervisor When I first met Marilyne she was applying for outreach services in the City of Kawartha Lakes. She is a very independent women who lives in her own home with her husband, cat and two beautiful dash hounds. Marilyne had one worker that came to see her three times…
Lisa’s Story – In A Nutshell
By Lisa Smith I have been a sufferer of headaches for as long as I can remember, some have been really bad but this time was different. The date is April 25th, 2009. I am visiting a friend. Out of nowhere a migraine hits that literally feels like my head is going to “POP” off…
KPP provides self-directed support, complex care, and affordable housing for people with diverse needs to live independently in their homes and achieve their goals.
Specializing in the activities of daily living for people with physical disabilities.
Serving the counties of Haliburton, Northumberland, Peterborough and the City of Kawartha Lakes.