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|Organization / Program Name(s)||Located In||Description (Brief)|
|AboutFace||North York West||Provides emotional, peer and social support, resources, educational programs and public awareness for and on behalf of individuals with facial differences and their families|
|Autism Ontario - Niagara Region Chapter||St Catharines||COVID-19 - The office is closed to drop-in visits and there will be no face to face meetings until further notice. Staff are available by phone or email only. Winter Programs have been cancelled. Pro ... [More]|
|Brain Injury Association of Fort Erie||Fort Erie||Advocates on behalf of individuals who have acquired brain injury and their families, promotes prevention and public awareness of the needs of this unique population. Programs include information and ... [More]|
|Brain Injury Association of Niagara||St Catharines||Support, advocacy, information, referral and recreational activities for persons affected by acquired brain injuries and their families. Peer groups, caregiver support and seasonal outings. Offers a c ... [More]|
|Canadian Hearing Society, Hamilton Regional Office||Hamilton||Offers services to deaf, deafened and hard of hearing individuals and their families and caregivers. Provides information on hearing health care, communication devices, support groups and general coun ... [More]|
|Easter Seals Canada||Toronto Downtown North||Programs, services, support and assistance for Canadians living with a disability * most services and programs administered by provincial Easter Seals * includes: * assistive and adaptive technology - ... [More]|
|Ontario Brain Injury Association||Thorold||Works to enhance the lives of Ontarians living with the effects of acquired brain injury (ABI) through education, awareness and support. Services include: * information and resources on acquired brain ... [More]|