Immigrants and refugees with disabilities struggle with a number of key barriers common to all immigrants settling in Ontario. Immigrants and refugees with disabilities experience additional set of barriers as people with disabilities, such as access to services, labour market integration, access to education, health, housing, stigma and self-advocacy.
Reconnect Community Health Services offer a range of services and programs which allow individuals to age at home with dignity and continuing independence.
Ontario is improving health care for adults with developmental disabilities through new supports for primary care providers, including family doctors.
The Learning Network Team recently released an infographic with evidence from Statistics Canada.
A review of the barriers to employment for people with disabilities.
The Enabling Accessibility Fund (EAF): $45-million to support community-based projects to improve accessibility for Canadians with disabilities.