TORONTO, ONTARIO – March 31, 2019 – The Ontario Disability Coalition is extremely disappointed with the Government of Ontario’s decision to continue ignoring the needs of tens of thousands of children, youth and adults with disabilities across the province. On the eve of changes to the Ontario Autism Program, children and youth with any other… Read More For Immediate Press Release: Ontario Government Discriminating Against Thousands of Children, Youth and Adults with Disabilities
To support children and youth with ALL disabilities ask candidates from all parties to take the Ontario Disability Coalition pledge. Links to print these documents and more details on are found here: Ask your MPP to take the Pledge – “Trust Parents & Caregivers” Reasons to sign the Pledge and provide Barrier Free Rehabilitation Ontario Disability… Read More Barrier Free Rehabilitation in Ontario
The Ontario Government Plan now called the ‘Special Needs Strategy’ will neglect our children and youth with Special Needs. It is just a Special Needs Tragedy. Eighteen years of study after study and the Ontario Government still wishes to waste money again on the issue rather than take proper corrective action. The Special Needs Tragedy is… Read More Ontario Government Neglecting Children
Ontario has a Failing Grade
Ontario NOT using Money Wisely… Read More Ontario’s Special Needs Tragedy!
Special Needs Strategy work has been going on for far too long – 4 years to be exact – with zero solutions or improvements felt by families. Although we recognized it was started with good intentions by the Ministry of Children and Youth Services, over time it has sadly left families in crisis. We… Read More The Special Needs Tragedy
Health Canada has approved Spinraza for Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) patients so what is stopping the Ontario Government from allowing a Children’s Hospital to administer this to young patients. Especially when it has proven effective in the USA for patients with SMA 1, 2 & 3. Money should not prevent a child have a chance… Read More Ontario Children Denied Medication