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SCS in partnership with the Community Information Centre of Ottawa (CICO) is working to provide information about community resources and events.

Information about opportunities and services not provided by SCS is for information purposes only and does not constitute SCS’ recommendation or endorsement. We encourage you to contact event organizers directly to confirm that activities are not cancelled.

COVID-19: Information and Resources


Help prevent the spread – Multi-language visual posters

Help-Prevent-the-Spread-of-COVID-19-English Help-Prevent-the-Spread-of-COVID-19-French Help-Prevent-the-Spread-of-COVID-19-Arabic Help-Prevent-the-Spread-of-COVID-19-Punjabi ...
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Supporting Individuals with Autism through Uncertain Times

An informational document developed by the UNC Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute Autism Team. Click Supporting Individuals with Autism ...
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(Français) Ressources dans la communauté- Covid-19

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POSITIVE PARENTING CAFÉS in May

Triple P cafe – Top 10 Tips for Parenting and Cares in Uncertain Times May 6th 2020 ...
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Recreational Respite offers Virtual Services

Recreation Therapists promote inclusion, encourage community participation and nurture social connectivity for children, youth and adults with disabilities and mental ...
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Recent updates


Children’s Services: List of Available Resources During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The Children’s Case Management Team at SCS has compiled children’s resources available during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Click on this link ...
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Corbrook is offering FREE workshops on Zoom!

These workshops will give you the opportunity to gain new skills, explore various topics of interest, meet new people and ...
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Creating and Using an Activity Calendar

A calendar can serve a wide variety of purposes. Calendars can help us remember what we have to do, where ...
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Group Homes and Covid-19: Where are Mom and Dad?

“We went to his group home, but we didn’t know it could be months before we would be able to ...
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Plain Language Information on Coronavirus

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TAC Bulletin – May 2020

TAC Bulletin – May 2020 ...
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DANEO Newsletter – May 2020

DANEO Newsletter – May 2020 ...
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Ausome is going LIVE!

Online Zoom Meetings on Thursdays in May. You do not have to be an Ausome member to join the live ...
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Tips for Speech Therapy at Home for Children with Autism

While formal speech therapy lessons help children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) build their communication skills, most of their communication ...
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List of various Covid-19 Article and Resource Links

List of Covid-19 Article and Resource Links – Posted May 5th List of Covid-19 Article and Resource Links – Posted ...
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Events


DANEO Newsletter – May 2020

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Ausome is going LIVE!

Online Zoom Meetings on Thursdays in May. You do not have to be an Ausome member to join the live ...
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List of various Covid-19 Article and Resource Links

List of Covid-19 Article and Resource Links – Posted May 5th List of Covid-19 Article and Resource Links – Posted ...
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Free Webinar – How to Help Bright Kids with Autism Cope During Challenging Times – May 13th

If things feel challenging at home, without the typical supports in place during COVID-19, you’re not alone. Navigating these uncertain ...
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ASD webinar series with Jeremy Roberts starting May 5th

A local MPP is running an ASD Webinar Series starting Tuesday May 5, 8 pm. Lineup for May 5 includes ...
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Limitless Youth Inc. & N.U.T.S. Ottawa programs

Click on the programs below for ore information: High-Five! Light Switch Poster Together, Let’s Make a Comeback from Covid ...
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(Français) Ressources dans la communauté- Covid-19

Sorry, this entry is only available in French ...
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POSITIVE PARENTING CAFÉS in May

Triple P cafe – Top 10 Tips for Parenting and Cares in Uncertain Times May 6th 2020 ...
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Recreation


List of various Covid-19 Article and Resource Links

List of Covid-19 Article and Resource Links – Posted May 5th List of Covid-19 Article and Resource Links – Posted ...
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Limitless Youth Inc. & N.U.T.S. Ottawa programs

Click on the programs below for ore information: High-Five! Light Switch Poster Together, Let’s Make a Comeback from Covid ...
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Zoom Music and Fitness for Adults

Click the Zoom Music and Fitness for Adults flyer for more information ...
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15 Broadway Plays and Musicals You Can Watch On Stage From Home

Broadway has never been more accessible than it is now. Here’s a list of Broadway plays and musicals you can ...
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Family Harmonies Offering Zoom Meetings

Since its humble beginnings in Spring of 2013, the Family Harmonies Familiales (FHF) daytime program has been a comfortable and ...
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Recreational Respite Lifestyle Ages 18+

Fun changes behaviour! Taking something that is good for your overall social, physical, emotional and mental well being and turning ...
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Fostering Forever Friendships Hosting Adult Day Program

Fostering Forever Friendships focuses on fostering the independence and continued growth of adults 18-45 years old with special needs in a ...
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Presentations / Workshops


Corbrook is offering FREE workshops on Zoom!

These workshops will give you the opportunity to gain new skills, explore various topics of interest, meet new people and ...
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Checking In – Disability Advocacy Network of Eastern Ontario

Greetings and we hope you and your families/friends are well and safe. We just wanted to check in with a ...
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Virtual Behavior Supports

With virtual behavior supports, parents and caregivers connect with a behavior consultant using clinical videoconferencing from their home. Behavior supports ...
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BounceBack

BounceBack® is a free skill-building program managed by the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA). It is designed to help adults ...
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Shoppers Online Stress Management Program

When coping with stress, know that there’s a silver lining. As COVID-19 disrupts our daily routines and creates a new ...
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Online Support and Training Resources During COVID-19

With so many people now in isolation, the Training Resource Network has been working hard to develop educational web resources ...
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Puzzle Project is for children 9-12 years of age with siblings with exceptionalities or disabilities.

Puzzle Project is for children 9-12 years of age with siblings with exceptionalities or disabilities. This is the link to ...
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Fostering Forever Friendships Hosting Adult Day Program

Fostering Forever Friendships focuses on fostering the independence and continued growth of adults 18-45 years old with special needs in a ...
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Children’s Healthcare Canada – Spark: live | conversations

Please see below link to register for upcoming webinar’s https://mailchi.mp/caphc.org/childrens-healthcare-canada-spark-live-conversations-135149?e=ebd004d7fa ...
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Resources


Children’s Services: List of Available Resources During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The Children’s Case Management Team at SCS has compiled children’s resources available during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Click on this link ...
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Ausome is going LIVE!

Online Zoom Meetings on Thursdays in May. You do not have to be an Ausome member to join the live ...
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Tips for Speech Therapy at Home for Children with Autism

While formal speech therapy lessons help children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) build their communication skills, most of their communication ...
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List of various Covid-19 Article and Resource Links

List of Covid-19 Article and Resource Links – Posted May 5th List of Covid-19 Article and Resource Links – Posted ...
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Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services – Assistance for Children with Severe Disabilities

Please see the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services – Assistance for Children with Severe Disabilities website for more ...
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Free Webinar – How to Help Bright Kids with Autism Cope During Challenging Times – May 13th

If things feel challenging at home, without the typical supports in place during COVID-19, you’re not alone. Navigating these uncertain ...
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Samsung Canada and Autism Speaks Canada have joined forces to provide 1,000 tablets

Samsung Canada and Autism Speaks Canada have joined forces to provide 1,000 tablets that will have a direct and crucial ...
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Covid Resource & Activities Booklet – April 2020

 Covid Resource & Acivities Booklet – April 2020 ...
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Limitless Youth Inc. & N.U.T.S. Ottawa programs

Click on the programs below for ore information: High-Five! Light Switch Poster Together, Let’s Make a Comeback from Covid ...
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COVID-19: CRITICAL FAQs from P4P Planning Network

With the COVID-19 pandemic, questions around income and housing supports and other critical issues are at the forefront of all ...
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Helpful tools


Creating and Using an Activity Calendar

A calendar can serve a wide variety of purposes. Calendars can help us remember what we have to do, where ...
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COVID-19: CRITICAL FAQs from P4P Planning Network

With the COVID-19 pandemic, questions around income and housing supports and other critical issues are at the forefront of all ...
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Help prevent the spread – Multi-language visual posters

Help-Prevent-the-Spread-of-COVID-19-English Help-Prevent-the-Spread-of-COVID-19-French Help-Prevent-the-Spread-of-COVID-19-Arabic Help-Prevent-the-Spread-of-COVID-19-Punjabi ...
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Supporting Individuals with Autism through Uncertain Times

An informational document developed by the UNC Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute Autism Team. Click Supporting Individuals with Autism ...
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Recreational Respite offers Virtual Services

Recreation Therapists promote inclusion, encourage community participation and nurture social connectivity for children, youth and adults with disabilities and mental ...
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New COVID-19 text and chat line

Together with the Ottawa Coalition to End Violence Against Women, Interval House of Ottawa, Ottawa Victim Services and the Eastern ...
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COVID-19: Information and Resources

In light of the outbreaks of COVID-19, we all play a role in preventing the virus from spreading. Please find ...
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New Name and Brand for SCS

We are pleased to ANNOUNCE our new name and brand! (more…) ...
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Newsletters / Resource Guides


TAC Bulletin – May 2020

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DANEO Newsletter – May 2020

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Update Friday – Community Living Ontario

As the COVID-19 virus continues to spread, social distancing, self-isolation, and quarantine have become part of our daily lives. As ...
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Positive Approaches Journal

Pennsylvania’s Office of Developmental Programs (ODP) and the Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (OMHSAS) announce the publication ...
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Camila’s Story, by SCS

Many families will tell you, taking care of a relative with a developmental disability is often comparable to working a ...
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What does the 2019 Provincial budget mean for people supported by SCS?

The Ontario government released its 2019 budget on Thursday April 11th.It includes decisions that may influence developmental services and other ...
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Meet Tomas, a Participant of Adult Case Management at Service Coordination

“Cooking is not difficult. Cooking is easy.” Tomas works in an Italian restaurant’s kitchen. He takes care of dishes and ...
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Meet George, a Participant of Case Management at Service Coordination

Karen knows the advocacy and determination that comes with having a child with many disabilities. She and George, her 18-year-old ...
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