If inclusion means everyone, why not ME?

In partnership, ARCH Disability Law Centre, Canadian Research Centre on Inclusive Education, Community Living Ontario, University of Western Ontario, Brock University, Brockville and District Association for Community Involvement and Inclusive Education Canada are conducting a survey on the experiences of students who have an intellectual disability in our Kindergarten to Grade 12 school system.

Why are we doing this?

In Ontario, there are 72 Boards of Education. A small number of those boards operate fully segregated schools for children who have a disability. In the remaining school boards, a significant number (approximately 80 – 85%) continue to segregate students through self-contained classes where they spend the majority of the day.

How can you participate?

We are interested in hearing the voices of parents of children who have an intellectual disability about their experiences in the school system. If you wish to participate, please complete a short survey that asks questions about your child’s experiences in school.

The survey will take 20-30 minutes to complete. Please remember to hit the submit button to complete the survey. Once it has been submitted, you cannot redo the survey. The deadline to participate is Friday, March 31, 2017.

If you have any questions or concerns please contact Amina Patel, Assistant Project Coordinator, Community Development, Community Living Ontario at 416-447-4348 ext. 241 or

Click here to participate in the survey.