Just to know how many, what the ratios are, and other statistical indicators on the wide topic of disabilities.
Canadians in Context - People with Disabilities - general information, statistics, other related topics
On Friday, June 8, 2012, the Manitoba Government celebrated Manitoba Access Awareness Week (MAAW) with an Awards Celebration to raise awareness of barriers and opportunities for individuals with disabilities.
Links to websites with services for people with disabilities.
This govrnment site gives very useful links to websites that describe services for persons with disabilities in Manitoba including children with disabilities, employment and income assistance, community living disABILITY services, Manitoba Developmental Centre, vulnerable persons, services, publications, forms, training calendar, etc.
This site provides access to services and information for persons with disabilities, family members, caregivers and all Canadians.
The Canadian National Society of the Deaf-Blind, Inc. (CNSDB) was registered in 1985 as a national consumer-run advocacy association dedicated to helping Canadians who are deaf-blind achieve a higher quality of life.
All disability organizations are available on this site. You can narrow your focus to Canada or to a smaller region by using the drop-down menus.
The mission of the society:
To advocate for new and improved services for people who are deaf-blind.
To promote public awareness of deaf-blind issues.
To gather and distribute information that will help people who are deaf-blind to become full participants in society.
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