Autism Canada Foundation
Autism Canada Foundation is a registered Canadian Charitable organization that has been committed to improving the lives of Canadians affected by Autism since 2002. Autism Canada's founding directors were all parents whose children were diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Having firsthand experience with autism, they were more than aware of the lack of representation in Canada for all effective treatments and therapies.
Autism Ontario (formerly Autism Society Ontario) is the leading source of information and referral on autism and one of the largest collective voices representing the autism community. Members are connected through a volunteer network of Chapters throughout the Province of Ontario.
A helpful resource for parents who have children with Autism.
BBC Health Autism Article
Article and links on Autism
Geneva Centre for Autism
Geneva Centre for Autism is committed to providing resources for parents, professionals and those who are affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders. Over the years, the Centre has compiled an extensive collection of resources offering a wealth of information about ASD and related disorders.
Together for Autism
Awareness: by participating in this Campaign you are helping students, parents, staff and your entire community learn more about autism. Most importantly, by increasing awareness about the autism spectrum, you are building a more welcoming environment for all the children. Research: we have so much to learn about autism and the autism spectrum. Our goal is to raise money to support autism research in Canada.
Welcome! This website is an opportunity for people with disabilities and the broader community to engage in dialogue around issues that matter to all of us. INSPIRE - INFORM - EMPOWER. Make sure your voice is heard: join the conversation!
Accessibility is our ONLY business and we are passionate about it! We go beyond the mechanics of accessibility; we dig deeper to acknowledge existing perceptions around disabilities. Through interactive workshops, we teach organizations to take a more sensitive and inclusive approached to understanding the unique needs of all customers - regardless of their disability.
Aging and Disability
This site offers wisdom and practical tools to face the challenge of aging with grace and dignity.
Disability Is Natural
Disability is Natural is a powerful website full of information. The author of the website is Kathie Snow, a thought provoking speaker, mother and author. Kathie brings it home with Disability is Natural and the People First Language. This website will change the way you think!
DisAbled Women's Network Ontario
DAWN Ontario is a leading edge organization of Women by Women and for Women with disAbilities.
At the core of Easter Seals is a common passion for caring, shared by its staff, thousands of volunteers across the province, and by those who support its mission. This heart-felt desire to serve children, youth and young adults with physical disabilities and their families, is what Easter Seals is all about.
March of Dimes
Since 1951, through advocacy and service, March of Dimes has improved the lives of Canadians with disabilities. Each year, we empower 50,000 people to lead more independent lives. Join us today and help create a society inclusive of people with disabilities.
Our Vision: to provide a unique and appropriate Learning Centre for special needs adults. Our Mission: to offer a structured, meaningful, inclusive and community-based environment where dependent developmentally challenged adults continue to thrive and grow socially, physically, emotionally and intellectually.
The Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario
The Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario is a charitable non-profit organisation dedicated to improving the lives of children, youth and adults with learning disabilities. Our mission is to provide leadership in learning disabilities advocacy, research, education and services and to advance the full participation of children, youth and adults with learning disabilities in today's society.
The Ontario Trillium Foundation
Our vision: The Ontario Trillium Foundation is a catalyst that enables Ontarians to work together to enhance the quality of life in their communities. We believe that communities across Ontario are rich in talent, creativity and drive, and our grants stimulate communities to build on these assets. Our mission: Building healthy and vibrant communities throughout Ontario by strengthening the capacity of the voluntary sector, through investments in community-based initiatives.
Thinking Outside the Box
This site is for anyone who wants to support employment for persons with disabilities. It is for employers, job seekers, employees, and union representatives looking for information about making workplaces more accessible and inclusive.
Facilitation & Planning
Helen Sanderson Associates
Helen Sanderson Associates is an international development, training and consultancy team. We work with people to change their lives, organisations and communities through person centred thinking and planning.
How to: Hiring a Support Worker
This .pdf document is an in-depth guide for how to hire a personal support worker.
Welcome to AboutKidsHealth! Our goal is to provide families with reliable, current information about all areas influencing child health and family quality of life in a format that is easy to understand. We launched this site in the summer of 2004 with an extensive collection of information on child development, common health problems, and health care, as well as regular expert columns, news, and features on the latest in child health research.
Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation
The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation's roots stretch back to 1982 when the American Paralysis Association was formed by a group of people that refused to accept the prevailing notion that the spinal cord, once injured, could not be repaired. The founders of the American Paralysis Association had an unwavering belief that researchers and neuroscientists, working together, would find a way to connect and regenerate the damaged nerves and cells that result in paralysis.
Community Networks of Specialized Care
Provincial website for Community Networks of Specialized Care
Developmental Services Ontario
Developmental Services Ontario helps adults with developmental disabilities connect to services and supports in their communities. There are nine agencies across Ontario to serve you. Our organizations are funded by the Ontario Ministry of Community and Social Services.
Family Service Toronto
Family Service Toronto (FST) helps people face a wide variety of life challenges. For almost 100 years, we have been assisting families and individuals through counselling, community development, advocacy and public education programs. Our services are available to everyone who lives or works in Toronto.
Inclusive Education Resource Library
The Community Inclusions Initiative, from Community Living Ontario, opens its doors to the "Virtual Library" on Inclusive Education. Here you will find resources on all aspects of inclusive education for your child.
Northern Ontario Business
Through our core publications, which include Northern Ontario Business, The Sudbury Mining Solutions Journal, The Northern Ontario Medical Journal and Northern Ontario's Business Information Guide (BIG Book), we provide Northern Ontario with relevant, current and insightful editorial content as well as business news and information.
Peterborough Estate Planning Council
Estate Planning: Play Episode 9 - Disabled Dilemma
Ontario Developmental Services
Provides further information on the Developmental Services Human Resources Strategy
Ontario Disability Employment Network
The Ontario Disability Employment Network is a professional body of employment service providers united to increase employment opportunities for people who have a disability.
Ontario Health Promotion Resource System
The Best Start Resource Centre is a program of Health Nexus (previously known under the name of Ontario Prevention Clearinghouse), a non-profit organization. We are subsidized by the Ministry of Children and Youth Services (MCYS). We offer services to service providers working in the areas of maternal health and early childhood development. All our services are available in French and English and most of them are free or available at a very reasonable cost. We are part of the Ontario Health Promotion Resource System, which encompasses 23 resource centres in Ontario.
Ontario Residents with Disabilities
More for People with Disabilities. This page offers links sorted by topic to services and information of interest to people with disabilities.
Canadian Centre on Disability Studies
The Canadian Centre on Disability Studies is a consumer-directed, university affiliated centre dedicated to research, education and information dissemination on disability issues.
CanChild is a research and educational centre that provides evidence-based information to improve the lives of children and youth with disabilities and their families.
National Institute of Disability Management and Research (NIDMAR)
The National Institute of Disability Management and Research (NIDMAR), founded in 1994, is an internationally recognized organization committed to reducing the human, social and economic costs of disability. As an education, training and research organization, NIDMAR's primary focus is the implementation of workplace-based reintegration programs which international research has proven is the most effective way of restoring and maintaining workers' abilities, while reducing the costs of disability for workers, employers, government and insurance carriers.
Inclusion Press creates person centered resource materials for training events, public schools, high schools, community colleges, universities, human service agencies, health organizations, government agencies, families, First Nations organizations - nationally and internationally.
Lorman Education Services
Lorman Education Services is a leading provider of continuing education seminars in the United States and Canada.
National Seminars Group
Rockhurst University Continuing Education Center, Inc., is focused on meeting the ever-expanding continuing education needs of adult professionals in all industries and professions. Our sole mission is to provide the results-producing training you need, when and where you need it, and at a price that is cost-effective for you and your organization. RUCEC is a nonprofit organization that consists of four main divisions that address specific training areas. RUCEC divisions include...
- Padgett-Thompson and Keye-Productivity Center
- National Businesswomen's Leadership Association
- CompEd Solutions
- Rockhurst University Continuing Education Press
Safeguards Training for Children and Adult Services
Safeguards mandate is to provide state of the art training and resources to improve the well-being of vulnerable children, youth and families within the province.
TAPE Educational Services Inc.
Continuous learning for professionals and organizations working in health care and human services.