Canadian Diabetes Association
Canadian Diabetes Association staff and volunteers run a variety of programs and services across Canada. We encourage you to find out more information about our offerings in your area!
Ottawa Independent Living Centre
The Ottawa Independent Living Resource Centre's (OILRC) mission is to assist in the individual empowerment of all persons with any disability in the Ottawa area and to provide the tools they need to direct their lives and participate fully in the community.
DisAbled Women's Network
DAWN Ontario is a progressive, volunteer-driven, feminist organization promoting social justice, gender equality, human rights & the advancement of equality rights of disAbled women through education, research, advocacy, coalition-building, resource development, and information & communication technology.
Easter Seals Society of Ontario
The Easter Seal Society, Ontario is dedicated to helping children, youth and young adults with physical disabilities achieve their full individual potential and future independence.
Epilepsy Ontario is a registered charitable non-profit nongovernmental health organization dedicated to promoting independence and optimal quality of life for children and adults living with seizure disorders.
Ican - Independence Centre and Network, Sudbury
Are you physically disabled? Need help achievingindependence? Trained volunteers who are physically disabled offer support by sharing their experiences.
Lansdowne Children's Centre
Lansdowne Children's Centre is a non-profit social service organization funded by the Ministry of Community, Family and Children's Services and the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. We are a family-centred service, built on partnerships between families and professionals.
Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario
The Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario is a charitable non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children, youth and adults with learning disabilities.
Ontarians with Disabilities Act Committee
The Ontarians with Disabilities Act Committee is a voluntary coalition of individuals and community organizations who have united to secure the passage in Ontario of a new law which would achieve a barrier-free society for persons with disabilities.
Ontario Association for Community Living
Community Living Ontario supports this activity by linking local associations and their members with the resources and information they need, and by offering training and consultation in the areas of family support, education, employment, human rights, community participation, and self-planning.
Ontario Deaf Sports Association Inc.
Promoting and facilitating the practice of amateur sports among deaf and hard of hearing people in Ontario.
Lansdowne Children's Centre
Lansdowne Children's Centre is a children’s treatment centre for children with physical, communication and/or developmental needs located in Brantford
Ontario Federation for Cerebral Palsy
The OFCP does this by providing and initiating a wide range of services, resources and programs for people with CP and their families as well as professional organizations. These services can range from education and recreation to housing and life planning.
Special Olympics Ontario
Special Olympics promotes opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy, and develop skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympic athletes and the community.
Thames Valley Children's Centre
Thames Valley Children's Centre is a regional rehabilitation centre for children and young adults with physical disabilities, communication disorders, developmental delays and autism spectrum disorders, living primarily in Southwestern Ontario.
Guelph Accessibility Advisory Committee
Each year Guelph City Council appoints community members to sit on the Guelph Accessibility Advisory Committee (GAAC). The role of the GAAC is to provide vision and direction to staff and Council regarding the removal of barriers that exist within Municipal services, practices and programs.
The Golden Horseshoe Disabled Sports Association
Our goal is to enrich the lives of the physically challenged by granting them the opportunity to participate in athletics. Participation in sports can promote development in all areas of one's life: physically, mentally and socially. We strive to fill the disabled with a sense of confidence and accomplishment so that these feelings will spread to all other aspects of their lives.
Community Living, Thunder Bay
Advocating for the rights and quality of life of persons with an intellectual disability so that they may live a meaningful life; Educating and supporting the community to share the Vision of CLTB so that persons with an intellectual disability are respected and valued.
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