Search Organizations (English): People with disabilities

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North Shore Disability Resource Centre

The North Shore Disability Resource Centre (NSDRC) provides programs and services based on the belief that all people are important to their community.


Our mission statement is “Working for a community for all”: we work to ensure that people with disabilities, along with their families and friends, can participate actively as members of the community. We are committed to working toward a community which is free of physical, financial and attitudinal barriers.

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Centre for Ability
Centre for Independent Living in Toronto

CILT is a consumer-controlled, community-based resource organization. We help people with disabilities to learn Independent Living skills and integrate into the community. (Please note: CILT is a resource agency and does not do any political, systemic or group advocacy!)

CILT operates on the philosophy of the Independent Living movement which was developed in response to traditional rehabilitation services models. CILT's aim is to develop and implement dignified social services that empower individuals rather than create dependencies. We encourage people with disabilities to take control of their own lives by exercising their right to examine options, make choices, take risks and even make mistakes.


Centre for Independent Living in Toronto (CILT) Inc.
, Toronto, Ontario 

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West Island Community Resource Centre

A strong and active partner in community building, the CRC is also West Island's gateway to information on services and support systems available to individuals and families in its territory

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Canadian National Institute for the Blind

Works toward empowering blind, visually impaired, and deafblind people to participate fully in a sighted world. Services provided include consultation in travel training; Braille, tape, and electronic information; employment; environmental accessibility; technology; sight enhancement; eye banks; and community integration.

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Active Living Alliance for Canadians with a Disability

Forms a partnership of 14 national associations whose common goal is to facilitate active living opportunities for Canadians with a disability. Offers referrals and local advocacy training through regional workshops.

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Yukon Active Living Alliance
Offers training for teachers, sport and community groups on how to include persons with disabilities in sport and recreation activities. Opportunities for involvement and workshops also offered for people with disabilities.
Yukon Association for Community Living
Promotes meanigful community inclusion and supports for Yukon people with intellectual disabilities and their families. Services include: advocacy work for people with intellectual disabilities and their families; information and public awareness; library/resource centre on site; integrated recreation program (Leisure Buddy); sports equipment lending library for adults and kids; monthly integrated dance; parent and family support; and, inclusion project - parent retreat and professional development.
Yukon Council on Disability
Speaks on behalf of people with disabilities and provides resources and information for Yukoners on disabilities. (See Details)
Canadian Association of Professionals with Disabilities
Forms an organization dedicated to the inclusion, job retention, and advancement of current and future professionals with disabilities. (See Details)