Please follow the link to this youtube video featuring our consumers and some of the activities held over the past few years.
“The Self-Manager” published by the Centre for Independent Living in Toronto:
Even in major cities, finding accessible places to socialize, eat or shop can be a challenge. Toronto Self-Manager Maayan Ziv is the founder of AccessNow, an app that uses crowdsourcing to collect and share accessibility information. The app helps people find accessible places and raises awareness about the number of locations that are not accessible. Currently the app is only available online but Maayan is hoping to launch the smart phone app soon. Visit http;//accessnow.me to pin some of your favourite locations.
Founded in 1986, Independent Living Canada (IL Canada) is the national umbrella organization, representing and coordinating a network of Independent Living Centres (IL Centres) at the national level.
The Board of Directors for IL Canada are comprised of a majority of people who themselves live with a disability and include Members at Large as well as a representative from each Province where an Independent Living Centre is located.
Independent Living Canada (IL Canada) commits to promoting and building awareness of its mission by undertaking the following activities:
Linking volunteers and organizations in the South Georgian Bay are the volunteer portal helps people to connect.
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