Through the program, people with disabilities who require a support person can apply for a personal Access 2 Entertainment card to carry with them. The card indicates to the ticket seller that the individual does indeed require the support of an attendant.
APH is committed to supporting healthy communities by providing a continuum of quality health services throughout the Algoma district.
The ASAT mission is to share accurate, scientifically sound information about autism and treatments for autism because we believe individuals with autism and their families deserve nothing less.
The Atkinson Centre works to build societal supports for young children and families through university-community collaborations, graduate/professional training and research.
Ministry of Children and Youth Services’ Autism e-newsletter News for Parents of Children and Youth with Autism is now available. The e-newsletter provides updates and information about autism services in Ontario as well as other related initiatives. You can also visit the website www.ontario.ca/child, to sign up for future editions.
Best Start Hubs are Ontario’s plan for high quality, affordable, integrated Early Learning and Child Care programs, and to ensure early healthy development. Best Start Hub Events Calendar This site offers access to the Best Start Hub events calendar. Pick a month and see what’s going on and have fun!
is a how-to magazine & website about parenting children with disabilities. BLOOM gives voice to the joys and challenges of special-needs parenting by combining firsthand family insights and the best professional advice.
Caring for Kids is a website designed to provide parents with information about their child’s health and well-being. Because the site is developed by the Canadian Pediatric Society, you can be sure the information is reliable. They also provide information on Health in Child Care.
This Encyclopedia, published on the Internet, is available free of charge. It covers 35 topics related to the psychosocial development of the child, from conception to the age of five, and presents the most up-to-date scientific knowledge.
OACRS is committed to advancing an integrated, inclusive and family-centered sector. OACRS’ members provide innovative therapies and extensive treatment options to 60,000 children with physical, developmental and communication needs annually in cities, towns and rural areas across the province.
Provides information and locally available workshops to help with common parenting concerns such as infant sleep-patterns or persistent crying, toddler tantrums or mayhem at mealtimes, fighting and aggression or trouble with homework, teasing, a teenager’s defiance, signs of depression or drugs and drinking.