As the rate of COVID-19 infection continues to rise throughout the world and the province, we wanted to provide members a specific page on the website that provides links to the most current and factual information as it pertains to Canada and Ontario.
In addition, we have created a specific messaging forum page for member agencies to share available information and best practices with one another. The link for the forum can be found by clicking here. NOTE: You will require your membership Log In information in order to participate in the forum. Should you require any assistance with Member Log-in, please feel free to contact administrative support at firstname.lastname@example.org
If there is a website or resource that you do not see listed here, please let us know and we will add it!
For the Most Up-to-Date information, guidance and resources, please visit the following links:
Updated daily from the Government of Canada
Updated every day, seven days a week, at 10.30AM and 5.30PM
List of Essential Workplaces: In an attempt to slow the spread of COVID-19, the Ontario government has announced that all but “essential” workplaces must close for at least two weeks starting 24th March at 11.59PM.
Stay aware of the latest information on the worldwide outbreak through the WHO website.
A page for Developmental Service Agencies to post materials they have created that will help deal with the COVID 19 crisis.
H-CARDD has compiled information and resources from around the world to support people with developmental disabilities and their families during this difficult time.
Community Living Toronto has created a resources page for staff and agencies.
Connectability.ca has created a page that provides information and resources from around the world that help to support people with developmental disabilities and their families.
Community Living Ontario has created a page that provides tips and resources to help individuals and families stay physically healthy, intellectually stimulated, and socially engaged while remaining physically isolated from the outside world.
CACL has developed a page to share disability-related resources related to the COVID-19 pandemic.