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Access 2 Entertainment Card

  The Access 2 card allows persons with a disability to receive either free admission or a significant discount for their support person at member movie theatres and attractions across Canada.
Autism Ontario 1:1 Reimbursement Fund

  The 1:1 support worker reimbursement fund is available to families of children and youth with ASD to hire a 1:1 worker to support their child at camp or in the community. Application is generally open only in May of each year for summer camp and mid December- mid January of each year for March Break.
Easter Seals

  Easter Seals provides funding for equipment, services and funding for individuals with disabilities. See their website for eligible items.
Incontinence Supplies Grant (Diaper) Program

  Easter Seals administers grants for children and youth between the ages of 3-18 with physical or developmental disabilities. This grant is for children with irreversible incontinence or retention problems for more than 6 months.
Jennifer Ashleigh Children's Charity

  Jennifer Ashleigh helps children and youth with physical disabilities, medical issues and mental health disorders pay for extraordinary costs that are incurred as a result of the child’s diagnosis, including emergency relief, respite, nursing, therapy or medical needs.
Kerry's Place Direct Respite Funding

  This yearly funding is designed to help cover the cost of respite for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder. This fund is distributed once a year and applications must be submitted before March 31. Families must already be on the Kerry’s Place Dufferin database. Email intake@kerrysplace.org for more information or the most recent application form.
PC Children's Charity

  President's Choice Children's Charity is an independent, registered Canadian charity. Our dual purpose is to remove hunger as a barrier for a happy life, and to educate children about food and nutrition. With the support of Loblaw stores, colleagues, vendors and millions of customers, our national signature program, Power Full Kids, reaches children and youth in approximately 1,100 communities everyday – during school and all summer.

  ACSD provides financial support to low-moderate income families supporting a child with a disability. It helps to cover some of the extra costs involved with caring for a child with a disability.
Disability Tax Credit

  The disability tax credit (DTC) is a non-refundable tax credit that helps persons with disabilities or their supporting persons reduce the amount of income tax they may have to pay.
Ontario Autism Program: Childhood Budget

  Children and youth who have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) by a qualified professional are eligible for the Ontario Autism Program (OAP). Children receive services and supports until the age of 18.
Passport Funding

  Passport is a program that helps adults over 18 years old with a developmental disability to participate in their communities. The money can be used for classes, develop work or life skills, hire a support worker or gain temporary respite.
Special Services at Home

  Families who are caring for a child with a developmental and/or physical disability can apply to the special services at home program to get funding for primary caregiver relief and related supports or for activities of personal growth or development including camps and recreational activities, like swimming and music classes.
Kerry's Place Online Learning Portal

  Free online videos and training modules designed to build your knowledge of Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Lives in the Balance

  Collaborative & Proactive Solutions (CPS) is the evidence-based model of care that helps caregivers focus on identifying the problems that are causing concerning behaviors in kids and solving those problems collaboratively and proactively.
Sandbox Learning

  Personalized success stories to help children learn skills (ex. meeting people, using the toilet, going to the grocery store etc.). Success Stories are personalizable children's books. Customize the illustrations to the child's appearance based on gender, hair style and color, eye color, skin tone, glasses, and method of communication. Alter the text to personalize the story's content.
Sick Kids: Autism Learning Hub

  Learn how ASD is diagnosed, what kind of program may work best for your child and what types of resources are available.
Sick Kids: Connected Care Learning Hub

  This learning hub is intended as a resource for community health-care providers and the Connected Care Paediatric Education Program. You will be able to access multilingual handouts on tracheostomy care, G and GJ tubes, NG tubes and vascular access devices.
Autism Ontario Workshops

  Autism Ontario webinars are designed to be an interactive, easy-to-understand, resource for parents, professionals and educators. Webinars are presented in either English or French, by subject matter experts, in a discussion-based format.
Dufferin Parent Support Network

  DPSN's mission is to encourage, educate and support parents of school-aged children by providing opportunities to build positive parenting skills and healthy community connections. They offer a variety of workshops for parents, caregivers and educators.
Kerry's Place Workshops

  Kerry’s Place Autism Services provides an array of workshops, seminars and courses, geared at building a comprehensive understanding and awareness of Autism Spectrum Disorder in our communities.

Our audiences have been comprised of family members, educators, social workers, medical staff, and others who wish to learn more about how to support those with ASD. Our skilled facilitators deliver content through engaging sessions, using small group, large group and individual activities and exercises.
Triple P Parenting Sessions

  Offers free sessions for parents and caregivers, to support with different parenting challenges, special needs support and challenging behaviour. Positive parenting an approach to parenting that gives parents tools and strategies to raise their child in an environment that is safe, loving and predictable. Triple P’s positive parenting allows parents to decide what is important to them. Triple P is the most extensively researched parenting program in the world.
Kerry's Place Adult Employment Services and Groups

  Adult Supports and Employment Services are any programs that are targeting specific supports available to those over the age of 18 and/or are focusing on providing employment preparations to support employment success.
Day Respite programs and Overnight or Weekly Respite programs

  Respite gives caregivers a short break from the significant demands of providing 24/7 care for their family member living with complex needs. ErinoakKids provides that care in a safe, stimulating and fun environment.

Respite services at ErinoakKids are available to families caring for children, youth and young adults with complex health needs.
  https://www.erinoakkids.ca/all-services/family-supports/respite-services Contact : 905-855-2690 ext. 2273
DCAFS Behaviour Solutions Respite Services

  Respite Services with Dufferin Child and Family Services - Our respite programs are designed to provide a flexible, short-term break from caregiving for families, allowing for rest and renewal. Our goal is to support caregivers and families so that they have the strength and energy to continue to be active care providers for their loved ones. Our dedicated and trained Respite Team is here to support you every step of the way, and you can rest easy knowing your loved one is well cared for.
Kerry's Place Autism Services

  Kerry’s Place Autism Services provides social and recreational respite opportunities for children, youth and adults. Our primary objective of the respite program is to provide a successful, well-deserved break for caregivers and families alike, while children and adults participate in interactive, meaningful supports which are individualized to each person’s unique abilities and interests.

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