What we offer

  • Day programs operating Monday to Friday, and Saturday respite services
  • Small, family-like groups
  • Generous and stable staffing structure
  • Person-centered supports
  • Relationships that form the basis of successful supports
  • Community-based supports
  • Centrally-located sites in community centres
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Two participants distributing flyers in the community.
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A Day at Pegasus

Goal Oriented Learning

Each person shapes their own day centered around long and short term personal goals


Access to tablets and computers as a means of communication, learning, or recreation.

Life Skills

Social coaching to develop independence and confidence when navigating the world.


Opportunities to broaden horizons by exploring areas of the city, and visiting museums, theaters, galleries, and more.

Community Participation

Opportunities to contribute to our community in exciting ways. Examples include helping maintain public gardens, volunteering at events, or doing meaningful work at a job.

Sensory Library

A large library of sensory activities to suit all needs.

Specialized Programming

Access to workshops from skilled instructors. Activities may include art, yoga, drama, and more.

Fitness and Wellness

Promotion of healthy living through food and movement. Encouragement of personal and emotional growth.


All program staff are well-trained and educated, with current vulnerable sector police checks. In addition to mandatory training (CPR, First Aid, Safe Management/CPI), they receive intensive on-site training on each individual's needs, and respectful and sensitive supports.

Pegasus Staff strive to provide the respectful treatment of people, underlying of the AODA and Quality Assurance Measures. They actively embrace QAM and encourage participants to do the same on their own behalf.


Pegasus services must be accessed through the Developmental Services Ontario (DSO). Click the icon, or here, to find your local DSO office.

Pegasus can also be accessed on a Passports/fee for service basis.

Please call intake at 416-691-6835 and/or email for more information.

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Pegasus participants pay a fee for their service. The rest of the costs are covered by partial funding from the Ministry of Community and Social Services, and a great amount of fundraising and private donations.

Fee amounts are deteremined at intake. Please call 416-691-6835 to contact intake.

Pegasus is a 100% not for profit agency. Fees collected are used to cover the operating expenses of the programs.


Beaches Group

Address:  Beaches Recreation Centre – 6 Williamson Rd, Toronto, ON M4E 1K5

Phone: 416-686-8280

Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Matty Eckler Group

Address: Matty Eckler Community Centre – 953 Gerrard St E, Toronto, ON M4M 1Z4

Phone: 416-461-4047

Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Phoenix Group

Address: 3520 Danforth Ave., Unit #105, Scarborough, ON M1L 1C5

Phone: 416-558-4014

Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

S.H. Armstrong Group

Address:  S.H. Armstrong Community Centre – 56 Woodfield Rd., Toronto, ON M4L 2W6

Phone: 647-349-4401

Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Head Office Address

931 Kingston Rd. 

Toronto, ON 

M4E 1S6

Contact Information

Phone:  416-691-6835 



Monday to Friday – 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.