The Ontario Partnership on Aging and Developmental Disabilities seeks to:
Uphold and improve quality of life for older adults with a developmental disability;
Strengthen service system functioning and planning capacity to support adults with a developmental disability as they age;
Create and maintain a body of knowledge about best practices; and,
Build and maintain an open cross sector dialogue that includes service providers, planners, educators, researchers and legislators.
For more information about OPADD, please check out their website!
Reviewed: August 2016