[community] compiling an extensive list of organizations who represent groups of folks with disabilities in Ontario
luciantimofte at gmail.com
Thu Jun 24 17:33:59 UTC 2021
Muscular Dystrophy Canada: https://muscle.ca
Ontario Federation of Cerebral Palsy: https://www.ofcp.ca
Cerebral Palsy Canada: https://canchild.ca/en/diagnoses/cerebral-palsy
and many others representing those with hearing, visual or developmental
challenges. I would google after "disability organizations in Ontario".
On Thu, Jun 24, 2021 at 1:21 PM Spirit Synott <spiritsinit at gmail.com> wrote:
> There are many however these are the first two that come to mind. I also
> added some screenshots of announcements for events to give you an idea of
> some of what they do for the community.
> Spinal Cord Injury Ontario <communications at sciontario.org>
> info at hydrocephalus.ca
> Hydrocephalus Canada" <sbeaudoin at hydrocephalus.ca>
> Spirit Synott
> spiritsinit at gmail.com
> > On Jun 24, 2021, at 11:32 AM, Noelle Campbell-Smith <noelle.cs at gmail.com>
> > The Ontario digital service specifically wants to compile an extensive
> > of organizations who represent groups of folks with disabilities so we
> > reach out to them with opportunities connected to (paid) research
> > participation, testing and co-creation/collaboration.
> > Our current list includes:
> > CNIB, Ability Online, Autism Ontario, Community Living Ontario, Epilepsy
> > Ontario, Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario, and March of Dimes
> > Canada
> > and we are also looking into working with GRIT.
> > Who are we missing?
> > Thanks all!
> > Noelle Campbell-Smith
> > Interaction designer, Experience Design
> > Ontario Digital Service
> > Noelle.campbell-smith at ontario.ca
> > * Last conducted/observed user research - May 18, 2021
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