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Article - An Introduction to Special Education in Ontario

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

All students require support from teachers, classmates, family, and friends in order to thrive and to gain full benefit from their school experience. Some students have special needs that require supports beyond those ordinarily received in the school setting. In Ontario, students who have behavioural, communicational, intellectual, physical or multiple exceptionalities, may have educational needs [... more]

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Article - Bullying – We Can All Help Stop It – A Guide For Parents of Elementary and Secondary School Students

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

Bullying is aggressive behaviour that is typically repeated over time. It is meant to cause harm, fear or distress or create a negative environment at school for another person. BuIlying occurs in a situation where there is a real or perceived power imbalance. The effects of bullying go beyond the school yard. As a parent or guardian, here's what to watch for, what you can do, and where you [... more]

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Website - Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation

Through federal and provincial funding, CMHC administers a range of funding possibilities for housing which may be suitable for adults with ASD: Financial assistance takes the form of forgivable loans or non-repayable contributions, and can be used to fund repairs, renovations, accessibility modifications, the creation of low-income rental units, and home adaptations. Some examples are fully forgi [... more]

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Article - Child Care in Ontario

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

In Ontario, a licence to operate a child care program is required if care is provided for more than five children under the age of 10. The ministry licenses child care centres and private-home day care agencies. Agencies contract with individual home-based child care providers who offer child care out of their own home. The agencies screen, approve and monitor the home-based child care providers. [... more]

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Website - Community Care Access Centres (CCAC) – Ministry of Community & Social Services,

Local Community Care Access Centres provide an access point to health and personal support services to help individuals live independently at home or to assist them in making the transition to a long-term care home. CCAC staff can assist in planning and making informed choices about health care options. They work in partnership with clients, families, care providers, hospitals, long-term care home [... more]

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Article - Cooperative Education Pamphlet

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

Cooperative Education Through the Student Success initiative, Ontario secondary schools are offering expanded programs to help meet students' individual learning styles and interests. These programs allow students to customize their high school experience through a variety of new and enhanced learning options. These options include Dual Credits, Specialist High Skills Majors and Cooperative Educat [... more]

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Article - Creating Safe and Accepting Schools – Bill 13

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

What is Bill 13? Bill 13 requires school boards to prevent and address inappropriate and disrespectful behaviour among students in our schools. These behaviours include bullying, discrimination and harassment. The new law makes it clear that these behaviours are unacceptable in our schools. It promotes respect and understanding for all students regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, disab [... more]

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Website - Disability Tax Credit (DTC) – T2201

The Child Disability Tax Credit is a tax-free benefit. It is provided to families caring for a child under 18 years of age with a severe or prolonged developmental and/or physical disability. The amount may be retroactive and some families may be eligible to receive money from the childÍs birth. The application must be filled out by a qualified practitioner. Also, individuals with a severe and pr [... more]

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Article - Dual Credit Programs – Ontario Secondary School and College or Apprenticeship

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

What are dual credit programs? Dual credit programs are ministry-approved programs that allow students, while they are still in secondary school, to take college or apprenticeship courses that count towards both the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) and a postsecondary certificate, diploma, degree or a Certificate of Apprenticeship.

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Article - Effective Educational Practices for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

This resource guide is designed to support educators in elementary and secondary schools in Ontario in planning and implementing effective educational programs for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). It contains information, strategies, and practices that can be put to use in the school and the classroom. It also includes a collection of sample materials reflecting current practices in [... more]

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Article - Example of an IEP for a Student in an Ontario Secondary School

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

An example of an IEP for a student in an Ontario Secondary School setting.

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Article - Full Day Kindergarten – A Question and Answer Guide for Parents

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

FULL-DAY KINDERGARTEN: A QUESTION AND ANSWER GUIDE FOR PARENTS Beginning full-day kindergarten is an exciting new step for your child and for you. This guide will provide you with some details about full-day kindergarten and answer some questions you may have about how it works and how it will help your child.

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Article - Graduating Secondary School – Fact Sheet

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

What do you need to graduate from High School in Ontario? This fact sheet will set it out for you!

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Article - Home Schooling and Partial School Attendance PPM 131

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

This memorandum provides direction to school boards and schools concerning policies related to home schooling and the excusing of children from school who are receiving home schooling.

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Article - Individual Education Plans – Standards

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

This document describes new, province-wide standards that school boards must meet when developing, implementing, and monitoring Individual Education Plans (IEPs) for exceptional students, in accordance with Regulation 181/98 of the Education Act, and for students not identified as exceptional who are receiving a special education program and services. Each section of this document identifies for s [... more]

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Article - Making a Difference for Students with ASD – From Evidence to Action

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

In June of 2006, the government of Ontario announced its intention to create a Ministers' Autism Spectrum Disorders Reference Group, which would provide advice to the Minister of Education and the Minister of Children and Youth Services on effective, evidence-based educational practices to meet the wide range of needs of students with Autism Spectrum Disorders. The Reference Group reviewed and [... more]

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Website - North Simcoe Muskoka Community Care Access Centre

The North Simcoe Muskoka Community Care Access Centre (CCAC) is on of 14 CCACs across Ontario. We connect you with the care you need at home and in your community. We can help you receive health and support services to stay at home longer, we can provide caregiver relief and we can provide you with information about long-term care when more care is needed than can be provided at home.

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Article - Parents Matter – Parent Engagement in their Childs’s Education

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

How parent engagement is building student success: When parents are involved in their children's education, everyone benefits: students, parents, teachers, schools and communities. Great schools can become even better places to teach and learn, and student achievement often improves.

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Article - Planning Entry to School, A Resource Guide, Ministry of Education, Ontario, 2005

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

Entry to school represents a major threshold in a child's life. It marks an important transition into the formal education system at a critical age in early child development. Whether the child has remained at home until starting school or has participated in preschool programs, planning for entry to school can support his or her long-term success. It can have a positive influence on a childUs lif [... more]

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Article - Policy/Program Memorandum No. 140. Incorporating Methods of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) into programs for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

The purpose of this memorandum is to provide direction to school boards to support their use of applied behaviour analysis (ABA) as an effective instructional approach in the education of many students with autism spectrum disorders (ASD).

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