Ontario Agencies Supporting Individuals with Special Needs (OASIS) has launched its #developmental services matter pre-election campaign to raise awareness about the lack of funding for the developmental services sector.
Listen The benefits of inclusive education · Students with disabilities can acquire basic communication and motor skills through interactions with peers without disabilities who provide them with cues, prompts and consequences. · Findings suggested that students with disabilities in mainstreamed classrooms made greater overall academic gains than did their peers with similar disabilities in segregated [...]
An Exhibition hosted by Brampton Caledon Community Living at Visual Arts Brampton Celebrating the work of artists with intellectual and physical disabilities.
Listen Did you know… The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities states that everyone has the right to an inclusive education. Canada was among the first countries to sign the convention. The Ontario Human Rights Commission has affirmed that educational services must promote inclusion and full participation and Regulation 181/98 of the [...]
The statement of claim alleges that the issue of waitlists for desperately needed services has been a repeatedly identified issue for years