These websites are for other Canadian community organizations with a variety of resources you may find helpful as additional sources of information or support:
A small organization that creates materials with information and resources about full inclusion in school, work and community. They focus on developing person-centred planning tools such as P.A.T.H., MAPS and Circles.
LIFE is a non-profit organization contracted by Manitoba Family Services to offer resources, training, advice and guidance to each person who receives In the Company of Friends (ICOF) funding.
The Planned Lifetime Advocacy Network or PLAN was established in British Columbia to safeguard the future for a relative with a disability and provided the inspiration for establishing Continuity Care in Manitoba.
Open Access Resource Centre is a community-based resource that provides Manitobans with impaired communication access to equipment and training to increase knowledge of communications technology.
Inclusion Winnipeg is a registered charity dedicated to making life better for children and adults living with intellectual disabilities. They connect people, assist their families to navigate systems, and advocate for their human rights.
This grassroots organization of families and community members exists to promote and support the inclusion, self-determination and empowerment of people with intellectual disabilities in Manitoba’s communities.
Abilities Manitoba is a network of agencies that work together to foster excellence in services for people with intellectual disabilities in the province.
Barrier-Free Manitoba is a non-partisan, non-profit, cross-disability initiative formed in 2008 to advocate for the landmark Accessibility for Manitobans Act (AMA) that passed with all-party, all-member support in the Manitoba Legislature in December 2013. Now, they are dedicated to ensuring the timely and effective implementation of the AMA.