Our mission is to be the most reliable, timely and complete resource on the internet for brain injury and spinal cord injury survivors.
Ontario Association of Independent Living Service Providers
OAILSP advances excellence in the leaders of independent living services in Ontario.
The Job Listing and Support Service for the Social Service Field.
Ability On Line is a friendly and safe computer friendship network where children and youth with disabilities or chronic illnesses connect to each other as well as to their friends, family members, caregivers and supporters.
Web site for the nonprofit sector --- 3,000 pages of news, jobs, information and resources for executives, staff, donors, and volunteers.
BoardMatch Online helps place knowledgeable and enthusiastic volunteers on the Boards of Directors of registered charities.
Volunteer Canada is the national voice for volunteerism in Canada. Since 1977, Volunteer Canada has been committed to supporting volunteerism and civic participation through ongoing programs and special projects.
Kids and families are at the heart of Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital. As Ontario's largest facility for young people with disabilities and special needs, we specialize in a family-centred rehabilitation and habitation, advocacy, education and research.
Disability WebLinks offers you a single-window access to federal, provincial and territorial government programs and related services for persons with disabilities. Disability WebLinks provides information on a variety of topics, i.e., accessibility, education, employment, financial supports, health, housing and residential supports, personal supports, rights, tax programs and transportation.
Fact Sheet on the Ontarians with Disabilities Act.
Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada, Toronto Chapter provides programs and services to improve the quality of life for persons living with MS and their support network in the Toronto area.
Ontario March of Dimes is one of the largest charitable rehabilitation organizations in Ontario providing a wide range of services across the province to enhance the independence and community participation of people with physical disabilities. Through a wide range of programs and services at more than 70 locations throughout the province, Ontario March of Dimes enables those with physical disabilities to participate more fully in community life, providing them with the tools they need to enhance their independence.
Ontario Disability Support Program is intended to meet the needs of people with disabilities and help them to become more independent.
- Plans, coordinates and ensures delivery of a full range of in-home services to support clients and their caregivers
- Provides services in publicly funded and private Toronto schools for children with disabilities
- Provides special services for persons with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)
- Helps clients with their applications and admission to long-term care facilities in Ontario
- Provides information about and referral to a wide range of community health and support services
- Serves people regardless of age, diagnosis and financial situation
Greater Toronto Area's western regional adult rehabilitation centre and local provider of complex continuing and long-term care. They have experience and information on seating, augmentative and alternative communication systems and environmental control units.
The Ontario Trillium Foundation, one of Canada's largest granting foundations, is committed to building strong, healthy and caring communities across Ontario. Trillium's mandate incorporates funding in the arts and culture, environment, sports and recreation and human and social service sectors in Ontario.