Services for Adults and Teens
Adults Count Survey-I am pleased to announce the launch of Adults Count! A survey on Youth and Adults with ASDs in Ontario.
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Individuals can express their interest in the survey by emailing us at email@example.com. All surveys can be completed on-line unless a paper version is requested. The information gathered will be used to understand the needs of adults living with Autism Spectrum Disorders in Ontario. The survey can be completed by:
(1) An individual 16 years old or older who has been diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder by a professional; OR
(2) A family member (e.g., sibling, parent) who is knowledgeable about the needs of a specific individual, 16 years old or older, diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder; OR
(3) A professional (e.g., group home worker, Adult Protective Service Worker, therapist) who is knowledgeable about the needs of a specific individual, 16 years old or older, diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Thanks for considering your involvement in this survey.
Kevin Stoddart, MSW, PhD, RSW
Director, The Redpath Centre
Assistant Professor (Status)
Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto
161 Eglinton Avenue East, Suite 201
Toronto Ontario. M4P 1J5
Phone: 416-920-4999 Ext 0169
Research Assistant: firstname.lastname@example.org Ext 0165
Developmental Services Toronto-There are many organizations and agencies that provide services and supports to adults with a developmental disability and their families. This website focuses upon the over 30 developmental services agencies funded by the Ontario Ministry of Community and Social Services to provide one or more service or support to individuals and their families.
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East Metro Youth Services offers a respite program for youth with Asperger's.
YouthLink operates a family support program for youth between 12 and 21 with an intellectual disability who are living at home. It offers counselling, service coordination and advocacy. Youthlink is located at 747 Warden Avenue. Phone 416-967-1773
Ministry of Community and Social Services offers "Passport to Community Living", a program for individuals with a developmental disability who are no longer eligible for school supports, but would benefit from community participation. It is not applicable to those eligible for ODSP Employment Supports. Participants may live at home or in other accommodations and must be at least 18 years old. Direct funding is available for work and volunteer activities, skill development, social skills, independence and employment preparation.
The Geneva Centre runs adult support groups and offers some adult respite services.
Kerry's Place provide services for adults with ASD, including person-based planning.
They have a specific committee dealing with housing issues called Living Choices that meets monthly.
Contact Charles Hackbarth at (416) 968-0650 ext. 2339 or email@example.com.
Community Living Toronto offers services for all ages and abilities.