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Find a business that sells visual aids. The Assistive Devices Program (ADP), helps cover the cost of: * specialized glasses, magnifiers and other optical aids * audio players for reading books * Perkins and other manual braillers for writing * CCTV and computer-based reading and writing systems * white canes for orientation and mobility For more information, see: Visual Aids
Find a business that sells hearing devices. If you qualify, you can apply to the Assistive Devices Program (ADP) to get help paying for: * hearing aids and FM systems * cochlear implant replacement speech processors * bone-anchored hearing aid (BAHA) replacement sound processors * teletypewriters (TTY) for the deaf or speech-impaired For more information, see: Hearing devices
Find a business registered with the Assistive Devices Program (ADP) to sell you a mobility aid. Your occupational therapist or physiotherapist can help you. Get help paying for a mobility aid when you qualify for the ADP. For more information, see: Mobility aids
The data tracks how many children in customary care and the care of children's aid societies are eligible for RESPs and how many RESPs have been established for eligible children. The dataset is broken down by: * children's aid society * ministry fiscal year *[RESP]: Registered Education Savings Plan
This dataset includes snapshot information for 33,615 individuals, including: * age * gender * living arrangement * income source(s) * communication * use of disability aids * health and medical conditions * behavioural traits * level of support need The 2010 survey was completed by agencies providing residential services. The 2013 survey was completed by agencies providing non-residential services. Responses from multiple agencies for the same client were consolidated to ensure that only one case existed for each client.
Data shows number of: * adopted children with and without access orders before adoption * applications for openness orders * people receiving a notice of the right to apply for an openness order * openness orders made by the court * openness agreements entered into by parties involved in an adoption * openness agreements supervised by children's aid societies
The purpose of this document is to communicate to industry and other interested parties, revisions to label statements addressing first aid measures in the event of accidental ingestion of pesticides. The intent is to reflect modern medical practices in relation to handling poisoning incidents and further harmonize pesticide labelling practices with the United States. These changes involve the FIRST AID section of the label.
This report examines the impact of the lack of access to legal aid in family law cases in Canada. The objective is to identify challenges that people face in accessing justice for family law disputes in the absence of legal aid, and to analyze the impacts of the lack of access to family legal aid on certain population groups (i.e., women, residents of rural and remote communities, people with disabilities, Indigenous peoples, newcomers, LGBTQ2S+ people, official language minorities and visible minority groups). The following research questions were asked:
What policies govern how legal aid is granted in family law cases? Are cases involving family violence treated differently, and if so, how?
The data tracks the number of children and youth in customary care and the care of Children's Aid Societies (CAS) who are eligible for the OCBE program. This includes the number of participants in the Savings Program and Activities Program. The Activities Program is further broken down by intended outcomes (i.e., Outcome A - Higher Educational Achievement; Outcome B - Higher Degree of Resilience; Outcome C - Smoother Transition to Adulthood). The data provides information on the number of children who participated in activities intended for Outcomes A, B and/or C. The datasets are also broken down by: * Children's aid society (CAS) * Ministry fiscal year *[OCBE]: Ontario Child Benefit Equivalent
The Legal Aid Survey was a Canada Centre for Justice Statistics (CCJS)/Statistics Canada annual survey on revenues. Expenditures, personnel, and caseload statistics associated with the administration and delivery of legal aid in Canada. The Legal Aid Survey was first conducted in1983-84, and the data was last published in 2016 (for the fiscal year 2014-16). After the discontinuation of the Legal Aid Survey in 2016, the Department of Justice (JUS) began data collection and reporting in-house.