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Below you will find a number of different resources that you might find useful. From how to navigate the assessment process to how, and where, to find extra programs for neurodiverse adults in your local area. If there is a resource you and your family use that we have not listed, please feel free to speak to one of our team, or email us. 

There are a number of different agencies and government services that offer financial assistance for Adults with neurodiversities.


We've tried to break these down and make them as simple as possible for you to navigate.


You'll find information in the following pages about how these services work, and what you need to do to try and access these offerings.   


ARCH Disability Law Centre is a specialty legal clinic that practices exclusively in disability rights law. 


ARCH is dedicated to defending and advancing the equality rights, entitlements, fundamental freedoms and inclusion of persons with disabilities with low income in Ontario. 

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Community Living Ontario is a non-profit, provincial confederation advocating for people who have intellectual disabilities, and providing them with the tools to be fully included in all aspects of community life. 


OIFN is committed to facilitating change and customizing support in the lives of people with a developmental disability. Those involved are creating new ways for people to be supported, so that individuals with a developmental disability can direct their own lives.


People First of Ontario is the provincial voice for people who have been labelled with an intellectual disability. We are about rights – human rights, citizenship rights, accommodations rights and language rights. The right to freedom, choice and equality for all.

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Our Libraries contribute to education, literacy and life-long learning in Ontario communities. 


Most public libraries offer activities, programs and services for people of all ages. 

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Autism 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 Chapters throughout the Province of Ontario.


Canada’s largest mental health and addiction teaching hospital, as well as one of the world’s leading research centres in the area of addiction and mental health.


Combines clinical care, research, education, policy development and health promotion.


Offers shelter and supportive housing to women and their children, and teen
girls across Canada.


Most associations offer services in counselling, employment, literacy and life

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Just as libraries are a source unique activities, community centres also offer a wide range of activities and should not be overlooked.

Some community centres also offer subsidies or inclusion supports for their activities.

Useful Resources

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