Where in Canada can someone go to ensure they receive necessary and adequate disability services and supports? The short answer: Nowhere.
Each disability support system has its strengths and weaknesses, but similar problems affect every province and territory. We believe Canadian provinces and territories should be working together to share best practices and to solve these problems collectively. A Canada-wide system could provide the resources and connections to make this happen.
To learn more about the state of disability support systems in each province and territory, click on the links below.
|British Columbia||Ontario||Nova Scotia|
|Alberta||Quebec||Prince Edward Island|
|Saskatchewan||New Brunswick||The Territories|
|Manitoba||Newfoundland & Labrador|