OttawaKiosk.com has constructed a directory of non-profit orhanizations dedicated to providing services for the disabled. These may include transportation services, recreational gatherings, counselling, and support. All of those organizations share a common goal: to improve the lives of the disabled. If you are looking to donate, volunteer, or get involved in those type of organizations, feel free to use the listings below to find what you need.
The mission of the Foundation is to assist families of individuals with autism financially or through referral to other program; to secure quality educational and therapeutic services; and, to introduce sensory programs.
Aphasia Centre of Ottawa provides care aimed at enhancing the quality of life of people affected by aphasia by helping them improve their ability to communicate with others and regain their self-confidence.
Through its camp and cottage programs, the Misquah Recreational Group is dedicated to providing a memorable experience to people with developmental disabilities of all ages. The camp offers superb residential facilities and a highly structured program for children and adults of all levels of ability.
The Canadian Association for Disabled Skiing (CADS) is a volunteer based non-profit organization having the objective of promoting alpine skiing and snowboarding for persons with a disability.
CAILC and the Independent Living movement have a compelling vision of a Canada that is able to tap into this incredible resource. We are working to empower people with disabilities and to remove barriers so that responsible, self-reliant people with disabilities can assume risks, make choices and contribute as they wish.
The CAD provides consultation and information on Deaf needs and interests to the public, business, media, educators, governments and others.
"To assist visually-impaired Canadians with their mobility by providing and training them in the use of professionally trained Guide Dogs."
CHHA is the national voice of all hard of hearing Canadians. It is a non-profit, self-help, bilingual consumer organization run by and for persons who are hard of hearing.
To assist persons with spinal cord injuries and other physical disabilities to achieve independence, self reliance and full community participation.
Causeway Work Centre is a community agency that has been helping people with chronic mental illness and various other disabilities for more than thirty years.
Children at Risk was incorporated as a charitable organization in 1979. It provides services in the Greater Ottawa area to families with children diagnosed within the Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Citizen Advocacy is one of only a few Ottawa community organizations supporting people with a wide range of disabilities, including physical limitations, developmental delays, mental illness, and disabilities related to aging.
L'Arche is an international organization of faith-based communities creating homes and day programs with people who have developmental disabilities.
The Learning Disabilities Association of Canada (LDAC) is a national, non-profit voluntary organization which was founded in 1963 and incorporated in 1971. The organization's mission is to be the national voice for persons with learning disabilities and those who support them.
The Ottawa Chapter began in 1966 with a group of parents and professionals brought together by their concern for children and adults with learning disabilities.
A non-profit agency with a mission to serve developmentally delayed adults with residential and day programs.
The National Capital Sports Council of the Disabled Inc. (NCSCD) is a volunteer body which was established in 1983 to promote sporting opportunities for persons who have a visual or hearing impairment or a physical disability in the National Capital Region.
The National Educational Association of Disabled Students is a consumer organization, with a mandate to encourage the self-empowerment of post-secondary students with disabilities.