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Child Disability Benefits

  The Child Disability Benefit (CDB) is a tax-free benefit for families who care for a child under the age of 18 years with a severe, prolonged disability in physical or mental functions.
Opportunites Fund for Persons with Disabilities

  The Opportunity Fund is a program to help people with disabilities obtain employment and develop the skills to needed to stay in the workforce.
Provincial Assistive Devices Program (ADP)

  This program assists individuals with physical disabilities to obtain Provincial funding for equipment and communication devices. Individuals may receive funding to cover up to 75% of the cost.
Registered Disability Savings Plan

  Visit Service Canada for information on the Registered Disability Savings Plan. The RDSP is delivered by the Canada Revenue Agency and helps people with disabilities and their families save for the future.
Residential Rehabilitation Assistance Program

  Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) offers financial assistance to allow homeowners and landlords to pay for modifications to make their property more accessible to persons with disabilities. These modifications are intended to eliminate physical barriers and improve the ability to meet the demands of daily living within the home. Visit the website blelow for more information and click on the Programs and Financial Assistance for Consumers.
Aspergers Society of Ontario

  Aspergers Society of Ontario shares information on Aspergers Syndrome, the ongoing research studies, community resources and a variety of events throughout Ontario.
Autism Awareness Centre Inc.

  The Autism Awareness Centre website offers numerous resources for parents and professionals. You will find; an extensive bookshop filled with a variety of ASD material as well as other family related topics, workshops across the country, informative blogs, and a section called Help in Your Area that is filled with resources offered in your province.
Autism Canada Foundation

  Autism Canada educates parents and professionals on research, treatment and therapy available for the autistic community.
Autism Ontario

  Autism Ontario is dedicated to increasing awareness about autism, providing information and education, share research and programs available to the autism community.
Easter Seals Society

  The Easter Seals Society is dedicated to helping young children, youth and young adults with physical diabilities achieve their full individual potential and future independence.
Geneva Centre for Autism

  Geneva Centre for Autism is a Canadian and international leader in the development and delivery of clinical intervention, support and training for individuals, families and professionals. Explore this website to learn more about how our committed professionals can help you access the resources you require to learn how to live with autism or assist others with this life long disorder.
It's Your Health-Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

  Health Canada has provided information about Austism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) on their It's Your Health website. You will find information on the background of ASD, diagnosis and treatments. Information on the Government's role with regards to funding and autism-related research is also located on this site.
Positively Autism

  A free magazine designed for parents, teachers, individuals with autism and other members of the autism community. This publication celebrates the positives, accomplishments of individuals with autism, success stories, positive media reports and more.
The Respite Learning Portal

  This site is informative for both parents and respite workers. Parents will learn more about respite workers and how their services may benefit their family. Parents can access the free online course, Respite Workers, Autism and Your Child, to learn more about hiring a worker for their family.

Respite workers can learn about respite and can complete online certification courses. This site offers the Respite Certificate Course and the Respite Care for People with Autism.

Handbook for Parents to Assist in the Support and Training of a Respite Worker
ASD Parent Handbook
     This handbook was created for families who have a child who has Austism Spectrum Disorder.  It was designed to help parents develop an effective plan to train and retain their respite care provider.  Please click on the title above to view the handbook.

     The Access 2 Entertainment card gives free access or discounted prices to people supporting individuals with special needs at a variety of entertainment venues.  For more information click on the highlighted text to be directed to the website.

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