One of 29 Independent Living Resource Centre’s in Canada. We are non-profit organizations, serving people with disabilities in our communities. The Ottawa Independent Living Centre (OILRC) has been supporting people with disabilities in the Ottawa community for more than fifteen years.
Promotes an understanding of the values and benefits (enhanced physical, emotional and communication abilities) of the animal-human bond by offering a mutually beneficial and safe interaction with companion animals.
Safeguards the human rights of all people who are Deaf and developmentally delayed using American Sign Language as a primary means of communication.
A fully accredited, community-based children’s mental health centre. Located centrally within the Region of Peel, the Centre offers a comprehensive continuum of high quality, innovative services to more than 4,000 children, youth and their families each year.
Peel Infant Development is one of many Infant Development programs across Ontario and Canada that specialize in providing services and resources for families with children who are at risk of, or have a delay in his or her development.
A blog written by April Ennis, a mom with 2 boys with ASD living in PEI. Focuses on early intervention issues and topics on autism.
QuickStart, in partnership with the Ottawa Children’s Treatment Centre (OCTC), has helped to establish a new clinic which provides free services for children, prior to a diagnosis.
Rain & Shine promotes the use of natural and logical consequences, “Applied Behavioural Analysis” while promoting the use of “Cognitive Behavioural Therapy” (C.B.T.) to address behavioural issues.
A group of dedicated, caring specialists in developmental disabilities. The staff have clinical expertise and training in Psychology, Social Work, Sociology, Nursing and Developmental Services .
Regional Support Associates provide services to adults with a developmental disability.
Consists of agencies funded by the Ministry of Community and Social Services and the Ministry of Children and Youth Services. We are collaborating to develop a more dynamic respite network for both children and adults in Toronto.
A leading policy-research and development organization. Its mission is to generate knowledge, information and skills to secure the inclusion, citizenship, human rights and equality of people with intellectual and other disabilities.
Service Coordination assists people with developmental disabilities and or autism in our community. Our goal is to help you access the supports and services available to you and your family. We invite you to tour our website in order to view our program descriptions.
Provides an intensive, comprehensive educational program based on the scientifically validated principles of ABA. Located in Woodbridge, ON.
The Special Needs Opportunity Windows or SNOW Project is a provider of online resources and professional development opportunities for educators and parents of students with special needs.
With the Life Skills and Residential Support program, Solaris Autism aims to help adults and adolescents with Asperger’s or high-functioning autism to live independently, while providing the day-to-day support they need to manage the responsibilities of daily life.