ConnectABILITY

A word about planning… With the shift from institutions to individuals, it is important to consider how to get people involved in planning for their futures and expressing what they want. A person-directed plan tells us about the focus person, …
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As mentioned in the previous articles, the observations of family, friends and/or support person are critical in documenting important information that can be relayed to the Doctor. In Ontario, short term support via Community Care Access may be requested to …
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Often one of the biggest difficulties to someone becoming independent in their community is the worry about being safe. What if I get lost? What if I get hurt? What if the bus does not come? What if I am …
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Fact Sheet

Williams Syndrome is a rare, congenital (present at birth) disorder characterized by physical and developmental problems including an impulsive and outgoing (excessively social) personality, limited spatial skills and motor control, and intellectual disability (e.g., developmental delay, learning disabilities, and attention deficit disorders).
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