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resourcesA varied selection of resources that may be helpful for parents, CHAP Workers and agency staff.

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Contemporary Care Solutions , Summer, Winter and March Break camps

  Ages 7 years and up

Participants are encouraged to focus on their strengths and abilities, while fostering new interests and building new relationships
  http://contemporarycaresolutions.com/ Contact : (416) 760-7232
Heartfit Respite - Farm Vacation

  Recreational Summer Holiday experience on a working farm. Guest have varied, interesting and fun choices for learning. Full supervision and professional staff to ensure all needs are met.
  http://www.heartfitrespite.com
Laura Hunter's STEPS Program , Summer Camp

  SummerSkills Camp

A summer day camp program for children and youth of all abilities ages 3 to 24

The program provides opportunities for skill development and independence, physical activity, biking, community adventures, social skills and group inclusion
  http://www.stepsprograms.com Contact : 416 771 2217
Sara Elizabeth Centre , Summer, Winter and March Break Camps

  Inclusive art-based program for special needs youth 16 years and older
  http://www.blueveil.org/ Contact : 416-747-9796
South Asian Autism Awareness Centre , Summer Camp

  Offers a range of fund and safe programming that will encourage campers to develop communication and social skills while also building self-esteem and self-confidence.

Ages 2-25 years old
  http://saaac.org/ Contact : 416-824-8847
AlphaBee Camps , Summer and March Break Camps

  Variety of camps for individuals up to 18 years old with autism and other developmental disabilities
  http://www.alphabee.com Contact : 416-622-9979
Bayview Glen Day Camp , Summer

  Ages 4-14
  http://www.bayviewglendaycamp.com/ Contact : 416-449-7746
Camp Aim , Summer and Winter Break Camp

  Programs available for children 18 months- 13 years old with multiple disabilities, who are medically fragile or having cognitive delay.

Combines therapy and recreation in order to provide children with exceptional camping experiences
  http://www.campaim.ca/ Contact : 647 965 1246
Camp Kennebec , Summer, March Break

  Ages 6 and up

An overnight summer camp for individuals with special needs
  https://www.campkennebec.com/ Contact : 613-335-2114
Camp Kirk , Summer

  Ages 6-13 years old

Enriched summer experiences for kids with exceptionalities
  http://www.campkirk.com/ Contact : 416-782-3310
Camp Kodiak , Summer

  Ages 6-18 years old

A unique, integrated, non-competitive program for children and teens with/without ADHD, LD, and ASD
  http://www.campkodiak.com/ Contact : 905-569-7595
Camp Pioneer

  Inclusion Program. For Children 5-19 years of age.

Each camper is valued as an important part of the camp community, the camping experience is tailored to fit the needs of each child.
  http://pioneercamp.ca/ Contact : 705.385.2370
Camp Robin Hood

  Camp Robin Hood supports children of all ages.

Camp Robin Hood wants every single child to be supported and included. Their team will work with your family to support your child's needs.
  http://www.camprobinhood.ca/ Contact : 416.736.4443
Camp Towhee , Summer

  Ages 10-18 years old

Camp Towhee is a residential therapeutic program for children and youth with learning disabilities and related psychosocial difficulties
  http://www.camptowhee.ca/ Contact : 416-486-8055
Camp Winston , Summer

  Ages 7-17 years old
  http://campwinston.com/ Contact : 416-487-6229
Contemporary Care Solutions , Summer, Winter and March Break Camps

  Ages 7 years and up

Participants are encouraged to focus on their strengths and abilities, while fostering new interests and building new relationships
  http://contemporarycaresolutions.com/ Contact : (416) 760-7232
Family Day Summer Camp

  Family Day's summer camp programs for children in JK/SK as well as Grades 1-6 are full of fun, fitness and enriched activities under the supervision of qualified staff
  http://www.familydaycare.com Contact : 416-922-3434
Harbourfront Centre Camps , Summer, March Break

  Provides opportunities for exploration, creativity and personal growth within a positive camp atmosphere where participants are inspired through meaningful participation and enriched experiences in all facets of arts and contemporary culture. This program is committed to creating a safe, inclusive and diverse learning community that allows participants to learn and interpret the world through dialogue, social interaction and facilitated hands-on activities. Ages 3-15 years old
  http://www.harbourfrontcentre.com/camps/index.cfm Contact : 416-973-4093
Hatch Canada , Summer, Winter Break, March Break, PA Days

  Ages 7-17 years old

Hatch Canada Camps is a premier STEM camp for kids. Hatch teaches coding in a unique project-based approach and create experiences for kids that will last a lifetime.
  http://www.hatchcanada.com Contact : 416-546-5501
Kinark Outdoor Centre- ASD Summer Camp

  This is a 5-day residential summer camp experience for children with Autism. The focus of the week is on social and therapeutic recreation supported by a high ratio of staff to campers. Groups of five campers experience the social skills inherent in a camp setting with four staff to support individual needs.
  http://www.koc.on.ca/ Contact : (705) 286-3555
Lanna MMA (Mixed Marital Arts) , Summer, March Break Camps

  The kids get to have a great time and keep active on their break. There are always many trips planned and different games and activities for them to do. Along with all the trips, they have two martial arts classes per day. They get to have a great time with old and new friends and build a lasting bond with their peers. Ages 3-12
  http://www.lannamma.com Contact : 416-740-2352
Laura Hunter's STEPS program , Summer Camp

  SummerSkills Camp

A summer day camp program for children and youth of all abilities ages 3 to 24

The program provides opportunities for skill development and independence, physical activity, biking, community adventures, social skills and group inclusion
  http://www.stepsprograms.com/ Contact : 416 771 2217
Making Small Talk

  Available for students aged 3 to 15 years old. The program offers a weekly camp themes, with a half day school based camp and half day activities and crafts including a trip out.
  http://www.makingsmalltalk.com/camp/ Contact : 1-855-678-4424
Ontario Camps Association (O.C.A.)

  A complete listing of accredited residential and day camps in Ontario
  http://www.ontariocampsassociation.ca/ Contact : 416-485-0425
Ontario Science Centre , Summer, March Break, PA Days

  Ages 4-14
  https://www.ontariosciencecentre.ca/Camp/ Contact : 416-696-3256
ourkids.net

  Resource/search tool for discovering camp options
  http://www.ourkids.net/camp
Pawsitively Pets , Summer, Winter, March Break, Passover, PA Day camps

  Daily programs are a variety of hands-on animal interactions, enrichment activities and other animal learning experiences. Day camp programs available for children 3 to 15 years old. Half Day programs are available for children 3-5 years old.
  https://pawsitivelypetskidscamp.com/ Contact : 416-901-4776
Purple Carrots Drama Studio , Summer, March Break

  Inclusive drama classes and camps specializing in different learning abilities
Ages 6-12, Young adult/Teen
  https://www.purplecarrotsdrama.com/ Contact : 416-838-7702
Real Programming 4 Kids , Summer

  Ages 7-17 years old

Real Programming 4 Kids provides a rich and challenging learning environment for all skill levels, with all the fun of video games.
  http://www.realprogramming.com/ Contact : 416-469-9676
Ripley's Aquarium of Canada , Summer

  Ages 5-13 years old

Children will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in our aquarium world through a combination of hands on indoor and outdoor activities, gallery exploration, and even behind the scenes adventures!
  https://www.ripleyaquariums.com/canada/education/day-camp/ Contact : 647-351-3474 ext 2648
ROM Summer Club

  One of the city's most creative and diverse summer camps, who offer an exciting array of fun, activity-based programs inspired by the collections and research of a world-class museum. Our huge variety of offerings ensures that you'll find a program to match your interest and abilities.
  https://www.rom.on.ca/en/whats-on/summer-club Contact : 416.586.5797
Rumball Camp for the Deaf

  The Bob Rumball Camp of the Deaf is a place of opportunity for Deaf, hard of hearing and multiply challenged young people ages 5-17. The Camp functions as an inclusive environment where a Deaf child can enjoy everything that a summer camp can offer, but in an environment without any communication barriers.
  http://www2.bobrumball.org/content/4/Camp Contact : 416 449 9651
Sara Elizabeth Centre , Summer, Winter and March Break Camps

  Inclusive art-based program for special needs youth 13 years and older
  http://www.blueveil.org/ Contact : 416-747-9796
South Asian Autism Awareness Centre , Summer Camp

  Offers a range of fun and safe programming that will encourage campers to develop communication and social skills while also building self-esteem and self-confidence.

Ages 2-25 years old
  http://saaac.org/ Contact : 416-824-8847
Toronto Zoo Camp , Summer/Ete, March Break/Congé de mars

  This summer connect with nature at Zoo Camp, a unique opportunity to explore wildlife from around the world. A variety of themes are offered unique to the Zoo setting including baby animals, careers, adaptations, and more! Adventures include indoor/outdoor activities, behind-the-scenes opportunities, games, crafts, and safe, rewarding FUN!
  http://www.torontozoo.com/EducationAndCamps/CampsandPublicPrograms/ Contact : 416-392-5947
YMCA , Summer Day and Overnight Camps, Winter and March Break Camps

  Ages 4-16 years old (varies by camp/location)

Various camp programs by location
  http://www.ymcagta.org/en/camps/
Kinark Outdoor Centre- Family Camp

  Family Camp allows families with one or more children with ASD the chance to enjoy a family vacation in an understanding and supportive environment. The program includes a range of recreational activities facilitated by friendly, knowledgeable, and supportive staff. Families can socialize and enjoy activities such as high ropes, campfires, canoeing, kayaking, and family talent shows. This four day program is a great opportunity to meet, socialize, and network with other families while trying new activities as a family!
  http://www.koc.on.ca/ Contact : 705-286-3555
Camp Concord

  Concord in the City provides day programming for adults with special needs who can be supported in a 2:1 or 3:1 ratio. Concord in the City offers quality programming that assist individuals with special needs in continuing education, working on daily life skills, volunteer experiences and working on personalized goals.
  http://www.campconcord.ca Contact : 647-746-6339
Contemporary Care Solutions

  Respite options available that offer a caregiver a break with in home support, community integration, and on site recreational programs
  http://contemporarycaresolutions.com/ Contact : (416) 760-7232
Luso Canadian Charitable Society- 24 hour respite

  Luso Canadian Charitable Society now offers 24 hour respite support in a new state of the art facility that is fully equipped to offer 24 hour care to individuals with physical and developmental disabilities 18 years and older
  http://lusoccs.org/ Contact : 416-761-9761
Sara Elizabeth Centre , After School and Saturday Programs

  Open to youth with special needs 13 years and older

Provides youth with integrated age appropriate activities concentrating on the arts primarily music, dance, drama, vocal, and visual arts

After School program runs Tuesday-Thursday 3:00pm-6:00pm

Saturday program runs 10am-2pm
  http://www.blueveil.org/SEC Contact : 416-747-9796
Sunflower Respite Care Services

  Respite programs for various ages
  http://www.sunflowerrcs.com Contact : 416-629-7252
True Friends Respite

  True Friends Respite Services is a small Toronto-based service for persons of all ages with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities that may include Autism Spectrum Disorder.

True Friends Respite offers an afternoon / evening respite program throughout the year and a full-day program during all school holidays, including summer (July/August), March Break and Christmas vacation.

Overnight respite services are not available at this time.

Participants are required to provide their own food and snacks during respite hours.
  http://www.truefriendsrespite.com/ Contact : Sharon (416) 288-1596
Camp Concord

  Concord in the City provides school respite for children and adolescents with special needs who can function in a 2:1 ratio environment. Concord in the City offers programming that assists individuals with special needs in continuing education, working on daily life skills, volunteer experiences and working on personalized goals
  http://www.campconcord.ca Contact : 647-746-6339
Contemporary Care Solutions

  Respite options available for ages 7 and older that offer a caregiver a break with in home support, community integration, and on site recreational programs.
  http://contemporarycaresolutions.com/ Contact : (416) 760-7232
Emily's House

  Pediatric Palliative Care Hospice which also offers respite care to children with a life limiting illness. Respite allows families a break from the daily routine of caregiving. Programs operate 24/7 offering nursing, recreational, psychosocial/spiritual, bereavement and educational services.
  http://www.philipazizcentre.ca/emilys-house/ Contact : 416-363-9196
Kinark Outdoor Centre- Family Respite

  Family Respite is designed for families with one or more children with ASD. Each child receives specialized 1:1 support. Parents have the opportunity to share experiences, resources, and strategies with others and also enjoy time on their own. Siblings have the chance to connect and have fun, and to share their similar experiences with their peers. Programming also includes family time and enriched opportunities to bond, problem-solve, and enjoy new and unique experiences at the camp.
  http://www.koc.on.ca/ Contact : 705-286-3555
Sara Elizabeth Centre , After School and Saturday programs

  Open to youth with special needs 13 years and older

Provides youth with integrated age appropriate activities concentrating on the arts primarily music, dance, drama, vocal, and visual arts

After School program runs Tuesday-Thursday 3:00pm-6:00pm

Saturday program runs 10am-2pm
  http://www.blueveil.org/SEC Contact : 416-747-9796
Sunflower Respite Care Services

  Respite programs for various ages
  http://www.sunflowerrcs.com Contact : 416-629-7252
True Friends Respite

  True Friends Respite Services is a small Toronto-based service for persons of all ages with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities that may include Autism Spectrum Disorder.

True Friends Respite offers an afternoon / evening respite program throughout the year and a full-day program during all school holidays, including summer (July/August), March Break and Christmas vacation.

Overnight respite services are not available at this time.

Participants are required to provide their own food and snacks during respite hours.
  http://www.truefriendsrespite.com Contact : Sharon 416 288-1596
Camp Concord

  Concord in the City offers two distinct programs for families with adults with special needs. The Compass program is a direct response to adults aging out oft he school system and offers continuing academic, life and recreational skills. As well as staff work with families to develop and work on personal goals. The Higher Ground program aims to assist individuals with special needs who have graduated from high school or a post-secondary institution and wish to enter the Ontario workforce. Staff assist participants with skill development (resume and interview skills) and navigate the professional field.
  http://www.campconcord.ca Contact : 647-746-6339
Contemporary Care Solutions

  Our Day Program is geared to adults over the age of 21 with developmental challenges. It affords individuals opportunity for recreation, community integration, and life skills development.
  http://contemporarycaresolutions.com/ Contact : (416) 760-7232
Eppleworth Adult Centre

  Eppleworth is a not-for-profit charitable organization that provides day support to adults with developmental disabilities. Participants of the program pay a monthly fee to aid in program delivery and parents or guardians are required to be a member of their Operating Board
  http://www.eppleworth.org/ Contact : 416-265-6851
Moeen Centre

  The Moeen Centre is a not-for-profit organization that strives to reduce the isolation of intellectually delayed and physically challenged young adults thereby helping them reach their full potential and ensure full participation in all aspects of life. Operating Monday through Friday from 9 AM to 3 PM, they offer a variety of programs including studies in language, math, social studies, computers, life skills training, health and fitness
  http://www.moeencentre.org Contact : 416-424-4026
St. Jude's Academy of the Arts

  St. Bernadette’s Family Resource Centre initiated a day program called St. Jude’s Academy of the Arts. The Academy focuses on the arts, the development of life skills and aims to provide its clients with a unique creative learning environment.
  http://www.stbernadettesfrc.org/st-judes/ Contact : (416) 740-7187
Sunflower Respite Care Services

  This Day Program operates year round (only closes for the holidays) and provide programs such as Vocational Training, Computers, Budgeting, Arts/ Crafts, Community Integration, Movement & Dance & many more
  http://www.sunflowerrcs.com Contact : 416-629-7252
The Pines Adult Day Centre

  Daily activities geared to the full spectrum of the individual's needs and activities that teach a comprehensive set of skills that include literacy, mathematics, money handling, communication, sign language, arts and crafts as well as fitness and general recreation.
  http://www.stmargaretinthepines.ca/community/pines-adult-day-centre/ Contact : (416) 284-7397
Choices that Change Lives Fund

  Community Living Toronto wants to grant wishes and make dreams a reality for people with an intellectual disability and their families.

To be eligible, families must be clients of Community Living Toronto.

Grants will be given to help gain new skills,
further develop talent, purchase equipment,
take in a show or extend the supports they
receive to assist with travel so that they can
volunteer, work, go to school or even visit
friends or family that may live in another
city.

The Fund may also provide grants to help
families who may need extra relief and
respite support – relief that they would
otherwise not be able to afford
  http://www.choiceschangelives.ca
The Building Brighter Futures Fund

  To provide financial assistance directly to Ontario adults (18+) with ASD or their families through a reimbursement of funds spent to open doors for greater participation in local communities.

• Program fees for recreation or skill development, respite, professional supports, tuition, or other creative solutions connected to building life plans for the adult with ASD will be considered for subsidy.

See website for additional information.
  http://www.autismontario.com/client/aso/ao.nsf/36805f66b53925f08525712b0056c229/a58a502a2f05518085257c16006101d3?OpenDocument
ABACUS

  The ABACUS website aims to serve as the best possible source of information so that parents, caregivers, and the general community can be informed consumers of Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA) services for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in Ontario.
  http://www.abacuslist.ca
Anxiety Disorders Association of Ontario

  Supports and educates individuals living with an anxiety disorder, as well as their family and friends.
  http://www.anxietydisordersontario.ca/ Contact : 1-877-308-3843
Autism Asperger Publishing Company

  Brenda Smith Myles publishing company publishing many Books and Videos that relate to Social Skills.
  http://www.aapcpublishing.net
Autism Ontario

  Autism Ontario (formerly Autism Society Ontario) is the leading source of information and referral on autism and one of the largest collective voices representing the autism community. Members are connected through a volunteer network of 31 Chapters throughout the Province of Ontario.
We are guided by a Board of Directors, composed primarily of parents of individuals with autism, plus a host of volunteers and respected professionals who provide expertise and guidance to the Society on a volunteer basis.

Autism Ontario is dedicated to increasing public awareness about autism and the day-to-day issues faced by individuals with autism, their families, and the professionals with whom they interact. The association and its chapters share common goals of providing information and education, supporting research, and advocating for programs and services for the autism community.
  http://www.autismontario.com
Canadian Association for Community Living

  The Canadian Association for Community Living is a Canada-wide association of family members and others working for the benefit of persons of all ages who have an intellectual disability. Founded in 1958 by parents of children with intellectual disabilities who wanted supports and services within the community instead of in institutions, CACL has become one of Canada's ten largest charitable organizations, and has grown into a federation of 10 provincial and three territorial associations comprising of 420 local associations and over 40,000 members. CACL works strategically with other disability rights organizations and, in particular, with People First of Canada.
  http://www.cacl.ca/
Down's Syndrome Association of Toronto

  The Down Syndrome Association of Toronto (DSAT) is a charitable, non-profit organization organized and led by parents and volunteers.
  http://www.dsat.ca/ Contact : info@dsat.ca
Easter Seal Society Ontario

  Dedicated to helping children, youth and young adults with physical disabilities achieve their full individual potential and full independence.
  http://www.easterseals.org
Family Alliance Ontario

  Family Alliance Ontario is a not for profit organisation consisting of and supporting Family Networks that represent people with disabilities, their families and their friends.
  http://family-alliance.com Contact : alliance@family-alliance.com
Heep Chi Association

  A Support Group for Chinese Families with Developmentally Challenged Members
  http://solhc.ca/ Contact : (647) 288-3409 heepchiparents@yahoo.ca
Inclusion Press

  Inclusion.com aims to offer programs and workshops that are aimed at supporting and involving all members of society and treating everyone with equality. Inclusion also aims to change participants and help them face their fears.
  http://www.inclusion.com
Kids Together - Inclusion for Children

  This site is designed to provide helpful information and resources to enhance the quality of life for children and adults with disabilities and communities as a whole.
  http://www.kidstogether.org/
Ontario Association on Developmental Disabilities - OADD

  OADD is a professional organization of people working and studying in the field of developmental disabilities, throughout Ontario. OADD's members include agencies and organizations; university and community college students and instructors; service provider direct care staff and managers; family support workers; case managers; psychologists; social workers; and other dedicated individuals.
  http://www.oadd.org
Spirit of Life

  To enhance the quality of life for individuals with developmental disabilities and other special needs through education, support and services.
  http://www.thespiritoflife.org Contact : 905-474-9500
Toronto Public Library, Virtual Resource Library

  Toronto Public Library offers a variety of resources to Toronto residents. The virtual resource library provides free and equitable access to online services that meet the changing needs of the people of Toronto and Ontario. It supports learning and engages the imagination.
  http://vrl.tpl.toronto.on.ca/
Augmentative Communication , Mayer-Johnson

  Supplier of augmentative communication products such as Boardmaker, etc.
  http://www.mayer-johnson.com Contact : 1 800 588 4548
Different Roads to Learning

  Different roads to learning is an on-line catalogue of speciality toys and learning materials for children on the autism spectrum. A sight with a variety of resources, including manipulative toys, activities, and multimedia materials.
  http://www.difflearn.com Contact : 1 800 853 1057
Louise Kool & Galt

  A supplier of learning materials to schools and individuals. Also has planning guides available for preschool, kindergarten and school age children or classes.
  http://www.louisekool.com Contact : 1 800 268 4011 (416 293 0312)
Silver Lining Multimedia, Inc

  Photo and interactive software for use in creating visuals and teaching language
  http://www.silverliningmm.com
Social Skill Builder

  This resource was founded by speech language pathologists and has a developed interactive CD-ROM computer programs that target understanding and use of every day social skills in children with a variety of disorders and delays.
  http://www.socialskillbuilder.com
Super Duper Inc.

  A great site. A supplier of speech and language materials with an extensive catalogue and FREE shipping to US and Canada.
  http://www.superduperinc.com Contact : 1 864 288 3426
ToyBox Tools

  ToyBox Tools is a collaboration between Hasbro and The Autism Project helping families, teachers and professionals make the most of playtime. There are some simple, easy-to-create and easier-to-use tools to encourage development during playtime, as well as a list of toys to help children of all abilities engage and grow through play.
  http://toyboxtools.hasbro.com/
Humber College - Developmental Services Worker Diploma Program

  The Developmental Services Worker (DSW) diploma program prepares you for a meaningful career in supporting people with developmental disabilities and their families. You will learn how to promote the development and maintenance of health and well being, life skills, and personal empowerment of people with developmental disabilities. You will also learn how to promote the development of inclusive communities that accept people with disabilities as valued and participating citizens.
  http://calendardb.humber.ca/LIS/WebCalendar/CE/ProgramOffering.do?name=01101 Contact : enquiry@humber.ca
SafeGuards Training

  SafeGuards Training is a unique training program designed to meet the highly specialized training needs of staff serving children, youth, adults and families in Ontario. It is a joint training project of five provincial associations in the children´s services sector that began in 1995.      
Specialized courses offered online for Respite Care Workers
  http://www.safeguards-training.net/Default.aspx
The Respite Learning Portal

  The Respite Learning Portal is devoted to people who are interested in learning more about the world of respite and those already providing respite support who want to access more training, information, and to share ideas and resources.
  http://www.respitecourse.ca/
abcteach

  This is the place for kids, parents, student teachers, and teachers. 5000+ free printable pages and worksheets are available for a variety of different activities and subjects.
  http://www.abcteach.com
Crayola

  A great source of creative ideas and activities for children; Ideas for parents, educators and kids.
  http://www.crayola.ca
DLTK's Crafts for Kids

  DLTK's Crafts for Kids features a variety of fun, printable children's crafts, colouring pages and more including projects for holidays, educational themes and some of our children's favourite cartoon characters. The site is run by a mom of two girls (7 and 10 years old) and has been doing the site since the youngest was born.
  http://www.dltk-kids.com
Do2Learn

  Free picture cards, fun stuff, game ideas, directions and products available on-line for printing. This site has a Face Expression Activity - that is FREE. It enables the operator to experiment with a 3D face to create a variety of facial expressions for different emotions.
  http://www.do2learn.com
Enchanted Learning

  Enchanted learning's website boasts a variety of printable activities and crafts covering many topics from math and geography - holidays, to do with children.
  http://www.enchantedlearning.com
Beaver Transportation Services Ltd

  Specializing in daily, weekly, and monthly pick up for individuals with special needs.
  http://www.beavertransport.com
Dignity Transportation

  Dignity Transportation provides services for patrons using wheelchairs & other physical challenges, cognitively impaired, seniors and children requiring special transportation.
  http://www.dignitytransportation.com Contact : (416) 398-2109
The BTS Network

  BTS offers transportation services for individuals, groups and organizations, specializing in dedicated taxi sedan, minivan, shuttle van, and wheelchair accessible transportation
  http://www.thebtsnetwork.com/ Contact : 416-663-RIDE (7433)
Wheelchair Accessible Transit Inc

  Reliable. Respectful. Affordable… accessible transportation you can count on.



We believe: All people, regardless of the conditions that govern their mobility, deserve an affordable transportation service that is invested in the safety, comfort and well being of its passengers.

At Wheelchair Accessible Transit, we’re proud to make that a reality by providing reliable, respectful and affordable transportation for people with special needs throughout the Greater Toronto Area and destinations across Southern Ontario.
  http://www.wheelchairtransit.com/ Contact : 416-884-9898

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