|AboutFace||North York West
||416-597-2229 ext 21
||Provides emotional, peer and social support, resources, educational programs and public awareness for and on behalf of individuals with facial differences and their families
|Active Living Alliance for Canadians with a Disability||Ottawa
||Promotes, supports and enables Canadians with disabilities to lead active, healthy lives * Provides nationally coordinated leadership, support, encouragement, promotion, information that facilitates h ...
|Anxiety Disorders Association of Ontario||Ottawa
||Resources for those suffering with anxiety
|Asperger's Society of Ontario||Toronto Downtown North
||Provides support as well as educational information for people with Asperger's Syndrome and their families * goals include enhancing public and professional awareness around Asperger's Syndrome, inclu ...
|Association pour l'intégration sociale d'Ottawa||Ottawa
||Promotes the integration of people with an intellectual disability * various residential and day programs to adults with opportunities for community involvement * employment support services for peopl ...
|Autism Ontario, Ottawa Chapter||Ottawa
||Toll free 1-800-472-7789 ext 318
||Information, referrals and support for people and families living with autism or another pervasive developmental disorder * system navigation and individual support * list of and help finding local qu ...
|Autism Ontario, Renfrew County||Renfrew County
||Contact the Ottawa Chapter 613-230-6305
||Association for support of families * care givers and people working with individuals with Autism or other pervasive developmental disorders (PDD)
|Belleville Association of the Deaf, Belleville||Belleville
||Serves the deaf * hard of hearing * deafened people * provides annual community based events * Activities for deaf residents.
|Brain Injury Association of the Ottawa Valley||Ottawa
||Resource materials to survivors and family members * promotes awareness about brain injury and prevention of injury * education, information, support and advocacy * peer support groups for survivors a ...
|Brain Injury Association Quinte District, Belleville||Belleville
||The Brain Injury Association Quinte District is dedicated to supporting individuals with an acquired brain injury, their families and their communities by promoting awareness through education, inform ...
|Brockville and District Association for Community Involvement||Brockville
||24 hours 613-345-4092
||Provides individualized support and coordination to people with an intellectual disability and their families * in home and community-based settings * facilitates and encourages families meeting famil ...
|Canadian Council of the Blind, Ottawa, National Office||Ottawa
||Federally chartered, national consumer and advocacy organization for the blind or visually impaired * nation-wide association * assists and enhances the efforts of individuals who are blind or vision ...
|Canadian Cultural Society of the Deaf||Toronto Downtown
||Deaf culture centre * provides arts, language and literacy resources * museum * gallery * training * programs * activities * American Sign Language (ASL)/Quebec Sign Language (LSQ) interactive website ...
|Canadian Down Syndrome Society||Calgary
||National non-profit organization providing information, advocacy and education about Down syndrome * supports parents and families through all stages of life
|Canadian Hard of Hearing Association, Ottawa||Ottawa
||Consumer-based organization by and for Canadians who are hard of hearing * promotes the development of social, educational and employment environments * lobbies for accessibility by advising on the us ...
|Canadian Hearing Services, Ottawa Regional Office||Ottawa
||Supports for culturally deaf, oral deaf, deafened and hard of hearing people General Services: * personal counselling * Audiology and Hearing Aid Program * interpreter services * mental health counsel ...
|CNIB, Eastern Ontario Regional Office||Ottawa
||Nationwide, community and clinic based vision rehabilitation services for those with vision loss * research, public education and vision health: * direct support and service to individuals with vision ...
|Coalition des familles francophones d’Ottawa||Orleans
||Organization that brings together, informs and represents Francophone families of people with an intellectual disability or developmental disability * organizes a number of events each season, such as ...
|Community Living Ontario||Toronto Downtown
||Advocacy and support * information on disability issues
|Community Living Stormont County||Cornwall
||Disability association which supports the inclusion of developmentally challenged adults into the community. Provides education and accessibility to generic facilities and service. Services: Residenti ...
|Disability Advocacy Network of Eastern Ontario||Eastern Ontario
||Advocacy group promoting the rights of people with disabilities: * advocate with governmental and other agencies * share information on events, meetings, government legislation, supports and services ...
|Down Syndrome Association - National Capital Region||Ottawa
||Non-profit group working to help people with Down syndrome to live full and rewarding lives * provides support for people with Down syndrome and their families * forms collaborative support networks w ...
|Down Syndrome Association of Kingston, No Physical Address||Kingston
||Community support group * recreation, education, and integration through social opportunities * public education
|Easter Seals Ontario, Ottawa Regional Office||Ottawa
||Offers financial assistance for children, youth and young adults with physical disabilities. * Offers funds and disability solutions through direct financial assistance * camp and Recreational Choices ...
|Epilepsy Cornwall and Area||Cornwall
||Voluntary health organization for people with epilepsy
||Support services * epilepsy and seizure information * public awareness and education * monthly social group for adults with epilepsy * monthly parents supporting parents group * school and workplace a ...
|Équipe psycho-sociale pour enfants, adolescents et familles de S D G, Cornwall, Initiation à la vie||Cornwall
||COVID-19 (30 April 2020) Building closed until further notice. Staff maintain support to existing clients remotely. No new referrals accepted at this time. Program that supports people with intellect ...
|Extend-a-Family Kingston, Southeast Region||Kingston
||Kingston Office 613-544-8939
||A community-based charitable organization providing support, respite, inclusive seasonal camps and recreational programs for individuals with developmental disabilities. South East Region Passport Age ...
|Family Alliance Ontario||Hamilton
||Alliance of citizens that offers knowledge, tools and networking opportunities to individuals with disabilities and their families. * Establishes and promotes mutual support networks of persons with d ...
|Independent Living Canada / Vie Autonome Canada||Ottawa
||National umbrella organization that advances the principles of independent living by providing leadership and resources to people with disabilities through its network of Independent Living Resource C ...
|Inspire Community Support Services, Cornwall - 775 Campbell St||Cornwall
||COVID (20 Apr 2020): Head office on Campbell St is closed to the public. All services remain open and staff are available via email and telephone. The Respite home is temporarily closed due to Covid- ...
|Lanark Community Programs, Carleton Place||Carleton Place
||Provides support services to children and families, especially those with developmental, physical or economic limitations * also serves other families, day cares, schools and other groups with whom cl ...
|Learning Disabilities Association of Kingston||Kingston
||Education and resources about learning disabilities (LD), and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) * provides workshops, Adaptive Technology instruction, community awareness and advocacy re ...
|Learning Disabilities Association of Ottawa-Carleton||Ottawa
||Promotes increased awareness and respect for persons with learning disabilities (LDs) among the community at large, professional groups and relevant educational, social, recreational, medical, legal a ...
|Lupus Ontario, Ottawa||Ottawa
||Volunteers are dedicated to helping Lupus patients learn about, and cope with this chronic disease. They provide a means for "Education, Support, Public Awareness and Research". Gives support by: Tele ...
|Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada, Ottawa||Ottawa
||Organization that raises funds for research and provides services enabling people affected by multiple sclerosis to enhance their quality of life. Direct services to clients: information and referral ...
|Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada, Pembroke, Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada Support Group||Pembroke
||Toll free 1-800-268-7582
||Enabling people affected by MS to enhance their quality of life * MS Self-Help/Support Group available in Pembroke
|Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada, Renfrew, Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada Support Group||Renfrew
||Toll free 1-800-268-7582
||Enabling people affected by MS to enhance their quality of life * MS Self-Help/Support Group available in Renfrew
|Neil Squire, Central Regional Office||Ottawa (City of)
||COVID19 (19 May 2020): Organisation continues to offer services virtually. Disability organization working toward economic and social inclusiveness for people with all disabilities. One-to-one tutori ...
|Ontario Association on Developmental Disabilities (The)||Toronto Downtown
||Professional organization working and studying in the field of developmental disabilities, throughout Ontario Publishes an academic journal * hosts an annual conference * provides scholarships and awa ...
|Ottawa-Carleton Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities, Ottawa - Colonnade Rd||Ottawa
||Provides support services to individuals with developmental disabilities and their families Day Programs: instruction provided for adults in gross motor skills * life skills * cognitive and perceptual ...
|Prostate Cancer Canada Network Ottawa||Ottawa (City of)
||A volunteer organization of prostate cancer survivors and supporters. Helps men recently diagnosed with prostate cancer * promotes awareness of this disease and the associated issues * provides suppor ...
|Reach Canada - Equality and Justice for People With Disabilities||Ottawa
||COVID-19 (May 4, 2020): Reach's Legal Referral program is accepting calls from clients with disabilities in Ottawa and the Champlain region who require legal assistance * referrals made to legal reso ...
|Sensity Deafblind and Sensory Support Network of Canada, Paris - Main St, Headquarters||Paris
||Headquarters centrally located in Paris, Ontario with program locations across the province Delivers meaningful experiences for people who are deafblind, so they are empowered to make their own choice ...
|Spinal Cord Injury Ontario, Southeast Area Office||Kingston
||Toll free 1-877-422-1112 ext. 822
||Disability association * provides client-driven care which focuses on delivering individualized and quality-assured services needed for those with mobility impairments, and their families, during ever ...
|Spinal Cord Injury Ontario, Champlain Area Office||Ottawa
||Regional Services Staff members provide practical help, advocacy and assistance from injury right through rehabilitation and into the community Peer Program The Connect Peer Program matches people who ...
|Thalidomide Victims Association of Canada||Montréal
||Assists Thalidomide victims to cope with their disabilities * provides non-monetary programs and services * public education
|VOICE for deaf and hard of hearing children, Ottawa Chapter||Ottawa (City of)
||Organization of parents and professionals who believe that most hearing impaired children can acquire almost normal language skills. Promotes early identification of hearing loss * early use of hearin ...
|War Amps (The), National Headquarters||Ottawa
||Organization that offers help to amputees of all ages, through its programs Main programs and services: * Key Tag and Address Label Service: Key tags and Address Labels are mailed to Canadians once a ...