Disability: Useful Resources
211 Ontario is a free, confidential, province-wide helpline (and website) that simplifies finding support and community services for Ontario residents, including those with disabilities. You will find useful links to topics such as:
• disability associations
• disability employment programs
• transportation for the disabled
• Ontario Disability Support Program
• developmental disability programs
• physical disability programs
• home repairs
Most of the services listed on 211Ontario.ca are provided by non-profit, community-based or government organizations that provide a direct service to the public.
This is a directory of community agencies, social services and Government services in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). This directory can be used to locate health agencies, health services and community health centres in GTA. Here you can find information on services on child care, language classes, job searches, housing, emergency shelters, legal assistance, financial assistance, and more.
Long-Term Disability Benefits Denied?
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The vast majority of disability matters are resolved through negotiation and mediation – and that’s because insurance companies know that we are passionate about our clients’ rights.
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• applying for disability benefits
• appealing a denial or termination of your benefits
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• handling all communications with your employer
• protecting your employment
• prosecuting human rights claims
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