My name is Daniel O’Connor (Right of Picture) beside me is Bradley Heaven. Bradley was born with nonverbal spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy, but he never lets it hold him back from living life to the fullest.
NCSA enthusiastically supports efforts to improve independent communication by all those with severe autism, whether the communication is verbal, gestural, written, or through devices such as Alternative and Assistive Communication (AAC) technologies or a keyboard.
The Canadian Disability Participation Project is excited to announce and share with you the newly released Inclusive Playgrounds resource!
In 1990, a small group of parents joined together for support, information sharing and also developed a baby package for parents of children with Down syndrome. After realizing the need in the community to share this information, Up About Down was formed. Since then, the group has grown and we now share more than just a baby package – we share a wealth of experience and information – throughout our group and the community at large. We do our best to advocate for our children and educate the public along the way.
The Blind Sailing Association of Canada (BSAC) is a charitable organization mandated to bring the sailing experience to blind and visually impaired persons.
The Seeing Eye is a philanthropic organization whose mission is to enhance the independence, dignity, and self-confidence of blind people through the use of Seeing Eye® dogs.
Our vision is to be Canada’s premiere service dog provider, pioneering change in the lives of Canadians benefiting from our services.
Our mission is to empower people to achieve their full potential with strategically trained and certified service dogs, catalysts for restorative change.
The world isn’t designed for everyone in mind. Millions of places all around the world are still inaccessible to people with disabilities. That’s why we’re building a movement that celebrates access by connecting people to inclusive, welcoming places for all.
The Canadian Organization for Rare Disorder’s (CORD) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the enhancement of lives of all persons affected by rare disorders through an educational and informational support network.
The European Organisation for Rare Diseases (EURORDIS) is the voice of 30 million people affected by rare diseases throughout Europe.