The below resources represent organizations that are independent from Hand Over Hand, and are provided for information purposes only.

You can use these selected resources to find information, activities, organizations and assistance designed for individuals with developmental disorders and their families.

The filters below will help you to find specific types of resources including community organizations, family supportsfunding agenciesgovernment programs, inclusive recreationresearch, and social networks or apps.

This space serves as a community hub representing a variety of community health and wellness services including the Hand Over Hand offices. It features inclusive recreation facilities and programming, including swimming, a fitness centre and track, as well as an indoor playground, multisensory room and makerspace. #HOHpartner #Inclusiverecreation #Communityprogram

Developed by Autism Ontario, this directory provides a listing of autism ABA providers serving Ontario. It allows users to find ABA providers by age-group served, type, and geographic location and features a newsletter.

This website provides a suite of resources for parents of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder to help them put supports in place for their family. It features financial support, behavioural resources, communication resources, sensory and motor services, social and recreation services, family support and respite services, school services and research opportunities. #Educationalresource

This booklet from Surrey Place Centre is designed to help children with autism transition to school. It features customizable worksheets where parents can include pictures and information about their child's school.

A website that draws on user reviews to identify the accessibility status of public buildings around the world. It features an interactive map and permits users to add accessibility information for locations to the site.
#Educationalresource #Socialnetwork

This initiative assists Markham youth with intellectual disabilities who are between the ages of 20 and 29 achieve their independence and employment goals. Through 1-on-1 meetings with staff, youth work to develop an action plan and are connected with community partners. #HOHpartner #Communityprogram #Familysupport

This website provides information about the relationship between Speech-Language Pathologists and individuals who have autism. It discusses how Speech-Language Pathologists can help individuals with autism understand, talk, read, write and work on social skills. #Educationalresource

A website designed for parents of youth with special needs to help them find high quality support apps. It features reviews and app listings by theme.

This website provides a list of apps for children and youth with special needs that have been used by teachers, therapists and parents. It allows users to sort through apps by category. #Apps

An educational programme that combines the content & objectives of the Ontario Curriculum with Precision Teaching and Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) principles. It features small classes with a low teacher-to-student ratio designed to promote the development of social skills and academics.
#Educationalresource #Adultdaycentre