OFP is the one of the featured charities at the May 8, 2017 100 Women Who Care Ottawa fundraising night! We are truly grateful to have the support of this amazing grassroots organization. For more information on how you can help check out their website: https://www.100womenwhocareottawa.ca/
We hope to see you at the Coming Together: Employing Ability Conference on May 6th! Click here for more information.
This year’s theme for Coming Together is Employing Ability. Youth and young adults with developmental disabilities or autism are invited with their caregivers to participate in a series of workshops offered by key community stakeholders involved in increasing employment opportunities in Ottawa.
Don’t miss this opportunity and join us at Sir Guy Carleton Secondary School on May 6th!
This conference is organized on an annual basis by Service Coordination for People with Developmental Disabilities in partnerships with key community stakeholders located in Ottawa.
ComputerWise and Steve W. were featured in this awesome story about the power of communication and partnership by Joel Haslam and the Regional Contact team with CTV Ottawa!
This Question and Answer Guide from MCSS is a useful tool for understanding the new ReportON service launched in Ontario to help protect our most vulnerable people from abuse and neglect.
The Ontario Ombudsman report Nowhere to Turn calls for systemic overhaul to help adults with developmental disabilities in crisis.
Check out the 2015 OFP Annual Report. We’ve been quite busy and would love to share our successful year with our community!
- Select Committee on Developmental Services Final Report – Inclusion And Opportunity: A New Path For Developmental Services In Ontario
- Hiring a Support Worker: A Guide for Ontarians with a Developmental Disability.
- Important information from the Government of Ontario concerning waitlists for Developmental Services.