Gain The Resources To Change Lives
Whether you are representing yourself or someone you love, it is important to have the information and resources you need to make sure that you are making the best decisions.
It is part of our mission to help provide you with the resources that you might need.
For a quick information resource, learn more about our most recent copy of the Information Resource Directory For Persons With Disabilities in Windsor and Essex County.
For even more information, learn more about what is offered in our community through Ontario 211.
Understanding Intellectual And Developmental Disabilities
By educating ourselves, we can bring about a respectful understanding of what is defined as an intellectual and developmental disability. This understanding can help all of us work towards creating a respectful and inclusive community.Learn More about Understanding Intellectual And Developmental Disabilities
Connections in Our Community
Various groups across Ontario share the values of maintaining equality for all citizens - with or without disabilities - in our community. Learn more about the groups standing up for equal rights.Learn More about Connections in Our Community
Take advantage of government commissioned financial plans to adequately plan for your present and future. See the plans you can choose from.Learn More about Financial Matters
There are different provincial programs and funding supports that are made available to adults who have an intellectual disability living in Ontario. Each program has its own requirements and benefits. Learn more about how you can get connected.Learn More about Funding Supports
Every person is entitled to the same rights and choices. Learn about your rights and freedoms living in Ontario, Canada.Learn More about Your Rights