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Government

Developmental Services of Ontario (DSO)
A connecting point for adults with developmental disabilities to services and supports in their communities.

L’Arche

L’Arche Ontario

L’Arche Canada

L’Arche Canada Foundation

L’Arche International

Daily Thoughts from Jean Vanier
Short inspirational passages that will help give balance, perspective and spiritual depth to your day. Drawn largely from Vanier’s best-selling books, including Becoming Human, Finding Peace, Community and Growth and Made for Happiness.

Daily Meditations from the Henri Nouwen Society
Daily Meditations from Henri Nouwen’s Bread for the Journey: A Daybook of Wisdom and Faith, published posthumously in 1997.

Resources

I Belong!
A launching pad for young adults with developmental disabilities, who want to develop and maintain new and old friendships.

Aging and Disability
A resource offering wisdom and practical tools for adults with developmental disabilities, facing the challenge of aging with grace and dignity.

Faith and Light
“Communities made up of persons with an intellectual disability, their families and friends, particularly young friends, who meet together on a regular basis in a Christian spirit, to share friendship, pray together, fiesta and celebrate life.”

People First of Ontario
A provincial voice for people with intellectual disabilities that focuses on human rights, citizenship rights, accommodation rights, and language rights, as well as, the right to freedom, choice and equality for all.

Best Buddies
An organization whose mission is “to establish a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to one friendships and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.”

Complaints Process

Complaints Process - Plain Language Version

L’Arche Hamilton
664 Main Street East
Hamilton, Ontario L8M 1K2

tel: 905‒312‒0162
fax: 905‒312‒0165

office@larchehamilton.org

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