An organization that is made up primarily of people who have direct links to the disabled community through family relationships and experiences. We use a team approach to planning using Planners, Lawyers and Accountants, all of whom specialize in planning for people with disabilities.
Providing an effective and supportive state of the art treatment program to service families and their young children with Autism Spectrum Disorders in Windsor and surrounding communities.
A leading-edge, registered not-for-profit charitable research and service agency that has been meeting the needs of persons with disabilities and the community-at-large since 1969. Affiliated with the University of Calgary, the VRRI is recognized as a leader in the field of disability services and research.
This private practice OT service provides comprehensive health therapy services. They value their client-centered, evidence informed, ethical, confidential and proactive practice.
A non-profit charitable organization providing residential, day services and outreach to long term care homes for adults with multiple disabilities and special communication needs. We provide support to over ninety (90) people in many different residential settings including group homes, apartments and townhouses, and outreach at a number of long term care homes in the Ottawa area.
Un organisme communautaire à but non-lucratif qui dessert l’ensemble de la région de l’Outaouais. L’organisme a pour mission de donner des services de réadaptation psychosociale à des enfants et adolescents de 0 à 21 ans ayant un diagnostic d’autisme ou autre trouble envahissant du développement, tout en offrant un soutien à leur famille et à leur entourage.
Transitions believes in supporting individuals with developmental delays and disabilities to achieve a full life and our services are organized to deliver on those beliefs. As an infant or child, Transitions focuses equal attention on parent and family support to promote a nurturing environment that is rich in learning opportunity. As an adult, the focus becomes independent living and relationship building. Always, these services are offered with concern for health and safety.
A non-profit organization that provides adults who have an intellectual disability with vocational training, life skills training, life enrichment, and support services.
Support students of all ages and abilities with tutoring and social skills programs. Parents can learn more about learning disabilities and parenting strategies through their community workshops and conferences. Educators, psychologists and other professionals can also share in their knowledge through professional development workshops and customized training opportunities.
Serving children with autism and their families.
Provides information on the supports and services available to persons with disabilities in order to create equal opportunities for employment and in the community in order to increase quality of life.
A place where those with Asperger Syndrome (AS) and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) can form social and support networks by connecting on line and meeting up on a regular basis.
An education and support group for parents of youth with disabilities who are transitioning to adulthood. The group meets once per month and features guest speakers who provide information and support to families.
The support group help parents with ASD kids get together to share ideas and make new friends.
Provides an inclusive educational alternative to young adults with moderate to severe developmental disabilities by encouraging and supporting them to participate in a post-secondary experience. Also provides continuing support to the graduates of the post-secondary education program in a workplace environment (Graduate Support Services).