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ARCH Disability Law Centre is a specialty legal clinic that practices exclusively in disability rights law.

Autism Ontario aims to support and advocate for all autistic individuals across the province, regardless of race, ethnicity, income, religion or gender identity.

As a non-profit, developmental services organization, Christian Horizons helps people experiencing disabilities accomplish their goals and thrive in communities where their God-given gifts are valued and respected.

We are proud to support over 4,000 individuals with an intellectual disability and their families in 80+ locations across Toronto.

Family Alliance Ontario is a provincial organization that offers knowledge, resources, tools and networking opportunities to people with disabilities and their families; to assist them to realize a vision that includes having valued relationships; choice and control in their lives; and enables inclusion through meaningful contribution and participation in their communities.

Health Care Access Research and Developmental Disabilities: a research partnership to improve the health of Canadian adults with developmental disabilities.

The national federation working to advance the full inclusion & human rights of people with an intellectual disability and their families.

The Ministry of ChildrenCommunity and Social Services provides funding for developmental services and programs that support inclusion for children and adults with an intellectual disability
 

The National Down Syndrome Society is the leading human rights organization for all individuals with Down syndrome.

OCO supports 3.3 million Ontario caregivers; people providing healthcare, physical & emotional support to family, partner, friend or neighbour.

P4P offers FREE resources to help people with disabilities and their families build good lives and secure futures, firmly rooted in community.

P4P offers FREE resources to help people with disabilities and their families build good lives and secure futures, firmly rooted in community.

A Hub for Resources, Knowledge Exchange, Collaboration and Learning in the DS Sector.

A provincial online resource for information on respite services & options

Special Olympics aims to improve and expand the quality, opportunity and accessibility of sport to individuals with an intellectual disability.

Surrey Place empowers people of all ages with developmental disabilities, autism spectrum disorder, and those with visual impairments to lead healthy and socially inclusive lives

A special thanks to the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services for their support in this project.

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