City of Toronto - Accessible Rides to COVID-19 Vaccine Sites
- Ontario Providing Accessible Rides to COVID-19 Vaccination Sites
The Ontario government announced it is investing $3.7 million in a partnership with the Ontario Community Support Association to help people with disabilities, including seniors with mobility issues, get to and from vaccination sites so they can get their shot and help stop the spread of COVID-19.
The Accessible Drive To Vaccines program will ensure that anyone who wants a vaccine is able to by connecting eligible individuals with staff and volunteers who will drive them to and from local vaccination sites across the province. This includes individuals who have not yet received their first shot, or anyone who may require additional support to access their second.
This initiative will focus on helping people who do not have access to accessible transportation through family, neighbours or community organizations. Getting as many Ontarians as possible vaccinated is a critical part of the government’s strategy to fight COVID-19.
- Individuals must have a vaccine appointment booked for the date of transportation requested.
- Eligible individuals must be a person with a disability within the meaning of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005.
- Depending on logistics it may be the same driver both ways or two separate drivers.
- One caregiver or support person will also be permitted to accompany the person on this accessible transportation initiative.
Are You Under 30 and Looking for Work?
Say YES to Your Future!
JobStart is now offering a NEW
Skill Building & Employment Support Program
• 4 weeks of pre-employment workshop and life skills training, wherein participants will be
paid an allowance equivalent to the minimum wage
• Paid job opportunity for 10 weeks following the in-class workshop
• Ongoing on-the-job support
• Transportation subsidy, mental health counselling and completion bonus
• Between 15 and 30 years of age
• Canadian citizen, permanent resident or has refugee status
• Legally entitled to work in Canada
• Ability to commit 35 hours per week for the duration of the program
• Visible minorities, Aboriginal peoples and persons with disabilities are welcome
• Lives in the Greater Toronto Area
FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO REGISTER PLEASE CONTACT PAULA JACKSON
PJackson@woodgreen.org OR 416-231-2295 Ext 4240 l TTY: 711 2930 Lake Shore Blvd West, Toronto,
Ontario M8V 1J4 (Lakeshore & Islington)
Please note that as of July 1, 2021, JobStart has integrated its operations with WoodGreen
Community Services. Though our website and branding will start to change, we look forward to
continuing to offer you both our full suite of services, as well as many new ones, under one
DOVE IS LOOKING FOR AMAZING WOMEN FOR A HAIR TRIAL CAMPAIGN
Dove & Milo Casting are seeking women with Visible Disabilities who love to style or colour their hair for a new DOVE Hair Trial Campaign!
More information: https://www.workink.com/job/milo-casting-gta-5-dove-milo-casting-are-seeking-women-with-visible-disabilities-who-love-to-style-or-colour-their-hair-for-a-new-dove-hair-trial-campaign/
Today, the Government of Canada introduced legislation to establish the framework for a new Canada Disability Benefit. The benefit would help reduce poverty among low-income, working-age Canadians with disabilities by providing direct financial support.
Bill C-35, the Canada Disability Benefit Act, has been published here: LEGISinfo - House Government Bill C-35 (43-2) (parl.ca)
The Government of Canada committed in the 2020 Speech from the Throne to develop the first-ever Disability Inclusion Action Plan (DIAP). This plan will include:
• a new Canada Disability Benefit;
• a robust employment strategy for Canadians with disabilities;
• and a better process to determine eligibility for federal disability programs and benefits.
The new Canada Disability Benefit is the cornerstone of this plan.
For more information, please see the news release and backgrounder: Government of Canada introduces legislation to create the new Canada Disability Benefit - Canada.ca
Improve access to programs and services for persons with disabilities in your community - Employment & Social Development Canada
Improve access to programs and services for persons with disabilities in your community
We wish to inform you of a funding opportunity that may be of interest to you and/or your network and partners. Through the Government of Canada’s 2021 Call for Proposals (CFP) under the Enabling Accessibility Fund’s mid-sized projects component, not-for-profit, for profit and Indigenous organizations, municipalities and territorial governments could receive up to $1 million for the retrofit, renovation or new construction of accessible facilities or venues.
Until July 29, 2021, ESDC is accepting applications for projects that help improve and make facilities in Canadian communities and workplaces more accessible for persons with disabilities.
Information on the application requirements and process can be found within the Applicant Guide found on the EAF funding webpage. As well, information sessions will be offered to applicants in mid-June and in July. Organizations will be able to participate in the sessions online and by teleconference; details will be posted on the EAF funding page.
If you would like to apply for funding or learn more about this funding opportunity, visit the EAF funding webpage.
The Annual Report of the Auditor General of Ontario
The Annual Report, required by the Auditor General Act, includes value-for-money audits of Ontario public-sector and broader-public-sector programs, and our observations on the attest audits of the Public Accounts.It also includes reports and reviews required under other legislation or undertaken at the Auditor General’s discretion.
For more information: https://www.auditor.on.ca/en/content/annualreports/arbyyear/ar2020.html
Priority for COVID-19 vaccine must include those with intellectual and developmental disabilities
Advocates demandSexy Hot Girl Filmed Using Toys To Masturbate movie-19 apology for Ont. premier's comments to ODSP recipients
Workforce Development & Disability Inclusion:
I wanted to take the time to provide you with more information on the one-time payment to persons with disabilities in hopes that you will share it with your networksPerverted sex lovers, enjoy sexy female domination porno movie - roughsex,fisting,fetish so that all Canadians with disabilities who are eligible can receive this payment.
Our government understands that persons with disabilities have been significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and is continuing to take steps to ensure that their needs are (Jaclyn Taylor) Busty Hot Wife Love Hardcore Intercorse movie-14 - porn,hardcore,sexsupported during the COVID-19 pandemic.
On July 17, 2020, the Government of Canada announced a one-time $600 payment in recognition of the extraordinary expenses faced by persons with disabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This payment of up to $600 will be automatically issued to persons with disabilities. Payments are expected to be issued beginning this Fall.
The payment information will be provided on the One-time payment to persons with disabilities web page once available:
These individuals include those who:
- Have a valid Disability Tax Credit Hot Sex Action In Office With Big Round Tits Horny Girl (ariella danica) movie-07 - hardcore,boobs,titscertificate provided by the Canada Revenue Agency; or
- Are beneficiaries as at July 1, 2020, of Canada Pension Plan Disability or Quebec Pension Plan Disability; and/or
- Are beneficiaries, as at July 1, 2020, of disability supports provided by Veterans Affairs Canada:
- Disability Pension;
- Disability Award;
- Pain and Suffering Compensation;
- Critical Injury Benefit;
- Rehabilitation Services and Vocational Assistance Program;
- Income Replacement Benefit; and/or
- Canadian Forces Income Support.
Seniors with disabilities, who were eligible for the one-time seniors payment announced on May 12, 2020, and are also eligible for the one-time disability payment, will receive a total amount of $600 broken into 2 payments:
- If they received the $300 one-time seniors payment for the Old Age Security (OAS) pension, they will receive an additional $300
- If they received the $500 one-time seniors payment for both the OAS pension and the Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS) or the Allowance, they will receive an additional $100
Persons already receiving any of the above programs or benefits do not need to apply for the one‑time disability payment. They will receive the payment automatically. This one-time payment will be non-taxable and non-reportable, meaning that it is not necessary toSex Toys Masturbating Love Teen Nasty Girl movie-26 report it on your income tax return and no tax will need to be paid on it.
The Government understands that many persons with disabilities who might qualify for the DTC have never applied for it, especially persons living in low-income who have not needed the DTC to reduce their income taxes.
Persons with disabilities, who meet the eligibility criteria for the DTC and have yet to apply to the Canada Revenue Agency, can apply until September 25, 2020. Persons with disabilities who have a certificate that expired in 2019, and have yet to re-apply to the CRA, should do so by September 25, 2020.
To note, a qualified medical practitioner must fill out part of the DTC application form. A medical doctor or nurse practitioner can fill out all sections of the form. OtherMature Lady Ride Huge Dick In Hot Sex Scene movie-06 - sex,porn,hardcore health professionals can fill out certain parts of the form as follows:
- Optometrists – vision;
- Audiologists – hearing;
- Occupational Therapists – walking, feeding, dressing and the cumulative effects for these activities;
- Physiotherapists – walking;
- Speech-language pathologists – speaking; and
- Psychologists – performing the mental functions necessary for everyday life.
New DTC applicants should complete their application process right away so that they have a completed form submitted before September 25, 2020.
The government continues to work tirelessly during the pandemic to process applications for disability programs in a timely manner. However, applications for disability programs require detailed review and analysis to confirm eligibility. While the number of DTC applications the CRA will receive by September 25, 2020 is unknown at this time, the CRA will aim to process the inventory of applications in an expeditious manner in order to continue to meet its expected turnaround times of 8 weeks, 95% of the time.
Recipients of the payment are encouraged to make sure their address and banking information is up to date in order to receive prompt payment. Recipients who need help with changing their address, updating direct deposit, accessing My Account, or questions related to their DTC application, they can call CRA’s Individual Enquiries Line at 1-800-959-8281 (English) and 1-800-959-7383 (French) between 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (local time) Monday to Friday.
More information on applying for the DTC can be found on the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) website:
CRA also offers Outreach services to organizations who support persons with disabilities.
For more information, please visit:
Please feel free to forward this information to your Sex Action Tape With Busty Mature Lady (katja kassin) movie-17 - porn,hardcore,sexcontacts in the disability community.
ConnectABILITY.ca COVID-19 Helpful Resources
Check out ConnectABILITY.ca for some amazing resources for your family, people with disabilities, and kids of all ages. Some of the resources include:
- What to do while in isolation
- COVID 19 resources
- Disability Sector Resources
- Social Distancing Activities
- Ways to stay connected
NOW THE DIFFERENCE: SELF-MONITORING,
SELF-ISOLATION, AND ISOLATION FOR COVID-19:
Simple Information about COVID-19 from People First of Canada:
Watch this video about COVID-19:
Feds Roll Out New Disability Advisory Panel
Click for more information: https://ipolitics.ca/2020/04/10/feds-roll-out-new-disability-advisory-panel/?fbclid=IwAR39KQMiHTgnaxPCIHKD55ansoGvr9mr5jucb2_kJhr9oPIpwRwB9QFGD7I
Canada Pension Plan Disability Benefit Toolkit
Do you need help with the Disability Tax Credit?
Ontario Leading by Example in Improving Accessibility
Click here to read the full press release: Ontario Leading by Example in Improving Accessibility
February 12, 2019
The Honourable Merrilee Fullerton, Minister of Training Colleges and Universities, announced the next steps in transforming Employment Services as part of the Government’s Social Assistance Reform.
Click here to read the full press release.
Quick Guide to the Accessible Canada Act
Click here: A Quick Guide to the Accessible Canada Act