Here’s a list of some provincial organizations that may be able to help you connect with more local resources.
Helps you find information about programs and services in your community.
Health811 can securely connect you to a registered nurse for free day or night. Simply call 811 and receive secure and confidential health advice. No health card required.
Helps you find information about autism and the day-to-day issues faced by individuals with autism, their families, and the professionals with whom they interact.
Community Living Ontario
Helps you and your family to lead the way in advancing inclusion in your lives and community.
Helps you find fee-for-service resources in your community.
The Individualized Funding Library is a website to help you learn how to find and use your Individualized Funding.
Karis Disability Services (formerly Christian Horizons)
Helps people with developmental disabilities accomplish their goals and thrive in communities.
Allows you to register and pay for activities, classes, programs, workshops, respite and camps offered by developmental service agencies in Ontario.
Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP)
Provides you with financial assistance.
Ontario March of Dimes Strategic Employment Solutions
Provides you with employment opportunities.
P4P Planning Network
Provides free resources designed to empower you, your family and caregiver(s).
Provides your caregiver(s) with a short break from caregiving so they can take some time off to recharge and reconnect.
Special Olympics Ontario
Helps you enrich your life through sport.
Helps you find local health and community services.
Organizations that would like to be added to this list must be non-profit or government funded and serve or provide community resources to adults with developmental disabilities across Ontario. Contact us at email@example.com to get added to this list.