Community Living Ontario is a non-profit, provincial association that advocates for people who have an intellectual disability to be fully included in all aspects of community life. This site has information for the general public, families and individuals, and employers.
The Ontario Association on Developmental Disabilities exists to support professionals and students working and pursuing careers in the field of developmental disabilities. This site has information on publications, conferences and scholarships related to the field of developmental disabilities.
The Great Lakes Society for Developmental Services of Ontario aims to promote the dignity, well being and interests of persons with a developmental disability and to support the self-determination of individuals as full participants in our communities. This link provides more information about the organization.
This website is for agencies that provide support to people with special needs and provides information for its member agencies.
The purpose of the Networks is to enhance service to adults with a developmental disability who need specialized care for co-existing mental health and or/behavioural issues. This website provides information on training and resources in the developmental services sector. It also has a careers section.
This site by the Ministry of Community and Social Services provides information on Ontario’s developmental services system.
Find out more about Ontario’s post-secondary institutions and the range of post-secondary qualifications available in the province’s colleges and universities. This site also provides links to information about Employment Ontario and other related topics.
This Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities site provides information on second careers in Ontario, including information about talking with their staff and counsellors about a Second Career application.