Building a Full Life + a Home of One’s Own in the Community
Building a Full Life + a Home of One’s Own in the Community is a new report from Community Living Ontario that offers recommendations on individualized funding, housing, and community inclusion for people who have an intellectual disability. The report provides detailed guidance and insights, and will hopefully serve as a platform for meaningful discussion as the province moves forward with developmental service reform.
Administrative Justice Support Network
The Administrative Justice Support Network mission is to support people to feel competent and confident to proceed with an appeal before an administrative board or tribunal whether or not they have legal representation. This site provides information on selected boards and tribunals, links to additional information, and information on where to find more specific legal advice or legal representation.
Black History Month Hub
Black history month is a time when we can all be more intentional about learning the history and contributions of Black people in Canada. It is also a great time to support Black artists, businesses and organizations. To get you started, we have listed a few resources.
Truths of Institutionalization
The name of this project is Truths of Institutionalization: Past and Present. The purpose of this project is to create awareness, promote respect and encourage reflection on the human rights of people who have an intellectual disability in Canada.
Community Living Month Hub
Community Living Month is a province-wide annual awareness campaign to recognize the accomplishments of the Community Living movement. Join Community Living Ontario and our 100+ local associations across Ontario as we celebrate #CLInspiringPossibilities for the inclusion of people who have an intellectual disability and their families!
Inclusive Education Resources
When students with disabilities are supported to learn in regular school classrooms and participate in the everyday life of their schools, they become adults who are an integral part of their communities. Just as importantly, non-disabled students who learn side-by-side with students with disabilities are more likely to become adults who are comfortable and welcoming of physical and intellectual diversity.
Council Resource Hub
The Council of Community Living Ontario consists of 12 self-advocates from across the province that work together with Community Living Ontario’s Board of Directors to find solutions and share information, opinions, knowledge, and experience on important issues such as poverty, safe and affordable housing, human rights, and barriers to quality health care.