Search Organizations (English): Ontario, Disability

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Canadian Hearing Society

The Canadian Hearing Society offers 17 programs and services to meet the needs of people who are culturally Deaf, oral deaf, deafened, or hard of hearing. Click on a program name to find out more.

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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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Community Care East York

Provides a continuum of supportive services for older adults, persons with disibilities and caregivers in East York which enhances their independence, good health and well-being.

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Association canadienne des paraplégiques
Forms an organization that assists persons with spinal cord injuries and other physical disabilities to achieve independence, self reliance and full community participation. Provides peer counselling and support, rehabitliation counselling, vocation/employment services, community advocacy, case management/service coordination, and information services. (See Details)
Canadian Abilities Foundation
Links people with disabilities to a world of resources. (See Details)
Forms a student organization which promotes the rights of students with disabilities on campus and provides a number of services and disability resources for York students, staff and faculty. (See Details)
Access Centre
Forms an organization that provides advice and co-ordinates the provision of services and adaptations - both in academic areas and in the physical environment on campus - so that students with disabilities may achieve personal success. (See Details)
Access for Success - Humber College
This program is funded through Literacy and Basic Skills and is a special program for adults with disabilities. The program focuses on career exploration and development and basic reading, writing and math skills. (See Details)
Ontario Association on Developmental Disabilities

OADD is a professional organization of people working and studying in the field of developmental disabilities, throughout Ontario. OADD's members include agencies and organizations; university and community college students and instructors; service provider direct care staff and managers; family support workers; case managers; psychologists; social workers; and other dedicated individuals.

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