Resources

facile5Useful Government Links

Links to Local Agencies and Supports

Links Relevant to Our Work

National & Provincial Groups of Interest

  • Individualized Funding Coalition for Ontario
    Individualized Funding Coalition for Ontario advocates for individualized family funding.
  • Special Services at Home Provincial Coalition
    Special Services at Home Provincial Coalition is a group that works to make Special Services At Home funding more widely available.
  • People First Ontario
    A self-advocacy group.
  • Family Alliance Ontario
    People with disabilities and their families working together for self- determination, inclusion, quality of life, human rights.
  • ARCH Disability Law Centre
    ARCH’s activities include legal advice and ensuring new laws in the developmental service system are based on full citizenship values.
  • Ombudsman in Ontario
    The Ombudsman of Ontario is an Officer of the Provincial Legislature. The Ombudsman’s job is to ensure government accountability through effective oversight of the administration of government services.
  • Community Living Ontario
    Community Living Ontario is a non-profit, provincial association that advocates for people who have an intellectual disability to be fully included in all aspects of community life.
  • Planned Lifetime Advocacy Network (PLAN)
    Planned Lifetime Advocacy Network (PLAN) is a family-led organization founded to secure the future of people with disabilities.
  • Canadian Association for Community Living
    Promotes the full inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities.
  • Cerebral Palsy Guide – Learn the Causes
  • The people working behind the scenes on the Cerebral Palsy Guide have strived to create an easy-to-use, informative website that provides solutions for families. It is our hope that Cerebral Palsy Guide can help parents of children with cerebral palsy find peace, healing and happiness.
  • Cerebral Palsy Group The Cerebral Palsy Group is dedicated to providing information, material and resources that is available to both families as well as those who have been diagnosed with cerebral palsy.

Our Lending Library

IMG_20160504_083741We are passionate about supporting people to build lives of richness, community, and inclusion.

As part of our Facilitator’s Network of Waterloo Region community of practice, we are collecting resources relevant to person-directed planning and independent facilitation.

These resources are available for community use in our lending library, housed in the reception area of the Centre for Autism in The Family Centre (65 Hanson Ave., Kitchener).

Borrowing resources is simple – find the book or resource you are interested in, record your name and contact information on the card clipped to the book, and place it in the card box under the first letter of your last name.

Find the resource useful? Why not write up a review or share ideas that came to you while using it, and attach it to the inside of the book for others to enjoy?