Resource List (A-Z)

Resource List (A-Z)

Adult Neuro Developmental Services

501 Queen Street West Toronto, On M5V2B4  |  |  416 - 535-8501 x 37803

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Dual Diagnosis Program: provides a variety of services for individuals living with a developmental disability and who are experiencing emotional, behavioral or psychiatric difficulties. Services include consultation to family members and service providers, assessment, diagnosis, Crisis Support and referrals to Community Services.


Many great online resources

Developmental Services Ontario Toronto Region

The Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Clinic

150 Kilgour Road | MAP | 

Provides a wide range of services and supports. Here are just a few:


Miles Nader Jewish Community Centre - Accessibilty and Inclusion

Accessible programming for children and youth. Check out socials, events, fitness programming, arts & culture and language. 416.924.6211

Ministry of Community and Social Services (MCSS) - 416-325-5666

Ministry of Children and Youth Services (MCYS) - 1-866-821-7770


MyCommunityHub is an online registration space for activities, classes, programs, workshops, respite and camps offered by Developmental Service Agencies across Ontario.

Registering and Paying has never been easier:

  • Sign In or Create an Account
  • Find the activity you are looking either by Agency or Keyword Search
  • Register & Pay

Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP)

(416) 345-7000 

ODSP helps adults living with developmental disability and who are in financial need, pay for living expenses, housing, drug card for prescribed medication, Vision Care, hearing aids Etc

Partners For Planning (P4P) Network  |  (416) 232-9444  |

P4P connects a powerful network of over 100 professionals, organizations and agencies. Each day that we collaborate in building the capacity of families, caregivers and communities to support people living with disabilities. Visit our Resource Map and read the Blog  

Parent Share

Woodgreen Communty Services - 815 Danforth Ave., Ste 202

As a parent to a child (of any age) with special needs one of the best things you can do for yourself and your child is to join a support group. Support groups can be rich in information and extremely helpful for families raising a child with special needs; you can learn from the experiences of parents who have been there before and outside of supporting each other and advocating for your children, you may also gain new social connections. Everyone is looking for the best services available out there - for a good doctor, dentist, therapy and recreational programs, and summer camps. Let’s share what we know.

12 to 2 pm

Bring your lunch and join us.

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Passport Funding

Provides funding so that individuals with developmental disability and who have graduated from school can participate in programs in their community. These funds are used to access privately operated programs while waiting for a government funded program.

Read more about the Passport and what you can use it for.

To apply contact DSO at 416-925-5141 or

Project Search

Project SEARCH is a 10-month transition-to-work program for youth with intellectual disabilities that takes place entirely at a workplace. Students prepare for employment through a combination of classroom instruction, career exploration, hands-on training through 3 co-op rotations, and individualized job development.  More information here.

Respite Services  |   416-322-6312

Helps individuals with a developmental disability access respite recreational summer program facilitator will help families determine what respite option best for them. can also help with funding to access respite services

Surrey Place

Community Resources for people with Autism their families and caregivers