Association Dysphasie + 
Promote awareness for dysphasia, audimutitas, dysphasic syndromes, congenital aphasia, apraxia or other disabilities of the same type (central hearing disability, adjustment disorder, learning disability and or language disorder) and promote all levels of support services to patients (without any distinction as to age or sex), their parents and their entourage.

Association de paralysie cérébrale du Québec 
The Association aims at improving life conditions and social integration of persons living with a deficiency; it pursues therefore its efforts in order to provide all necessary means so that they can reach their goals.

Best Buddies - Vrais Copains Canada 
Best Buddies - Vrais Copains Canada is a national charitable organization dedicated to enhancing our communities through one-to-one friendships between people with intellectual disabilities and students.

Centre de réadaptation Constance-Lethbridge

This is a research and rehabilitation center for handicapped persons or for stroke victims, suffering from chronic pain or aphasia.

Centre de réadaptation Estrie 
Persons having hearing, visual, language and motor skills deficiency. 
Sherbrooke, Quebec

Centre de réadaptation Lucie-Bruneau 
This center offers specialized services in adjustment-rehabilitation for people having motor skills and neurological disability living in the greater Montreal area. (site in French only) 

Centre de réadaptation Mackay 
The Mackay Rehabilitation Centre is a dynamic health care establishment serving children with motor and language impairments as well the deaf and hard of hearing population of all ages. 

Centre de réadaptation Marie Enfant du CHU Sainte-Justine 
The Marie Enfant Rehabilitation Center offers specialized and ultraspecialized adaptation, rehabilitation and social participation services to newborns, children and adolescents (0-18 years old) with mobility, speech and language impairments.

Centre Miriam (Miriam Home and Services)

The ultimate purpose of Miriam Home and Services  is to ensure that persons with intellectual disabilities be seen and treated as persons, experience love and friendship, experience continuity in their lives, be afforded personal security, be adaptively cared for, be treated with respect and dignity, have access to opportunities to make choices and exercise their rights, learn skills, be given means to compensate for their deficiencies and disabilities, have a decent and appropriate place to live, have a meaningful employment or occupation and have life-long opportunities for growth. 

Cerebral Palsy Group
Provides free educational information and support to those who have been affected by cerebral palsy and other developmental disabilities.

Cerebral Palsy Guidance
Cerebral Palsy Guidance is a very comprehensive and educational support website dedicated to providing parents with accurate information on cerebral palsy.

Cerebral Pasly Website
The mission of  is to provide the public with accurate and up to date information on the many aspects of cerebral palsy and other birth injury complications. Their team strives to maintain a comprehensive free resource so those interested or concerned about their children can take actions to protect them. If you would like to get in touch with their team, they can be reached at

CLSC (Local Community Service Centre's)
CLSC's offer various family support services, such as a respite-sitter program. An amount of money is given annually to certain families to help alleviate the cost of respite services. If your child is of school age, there exists a financial program to help for pedagogical days. Note that the services and conditions differ depending on the CLSC.

CRDITED, is the fusion of the Centre de réadaptation en déficience intellectuelle Gabrielle-Major, the Centre de réadaptation Lisette-Dupras and the Services de réadaptation L'Intégrale. (site in French only)

Hôpital juif de réadaptation 
Adults having hearing, visual, language and motor skills deficiency.

Institut de Réadaptation Gingras-Lindsay de Montréal
The Institute de readaptation Gingras-Lindsay-de-Montreal (IRGLM) is the result of the 2008 merger of the institute de readaptation de Montreal and of the Lindsay Rehabilitation Hospital. It's 800 employees and physicians work in a dynamic and warm environment to allow people with severe physical disabilities to develop their full potential for independance. The IRGLM caters to an adult clientele that can present with physical disabilities resulting from temporary or permanent physical disabilities due to illness, trauma or congenital conditions.

Institut de réadaptation de Montréal  (IRM)
The "Institut de réadaptation de Montréal" is a short-term hospital specialized in physical rehabilitation affiliated with L'Université de Montréal.

Institut Raymond-Dewar 
This center, located in Montreal, offers specialized services in deafness and communication. (site in French only)

Institut Nazareth et Louis-Braille 
Center offering adjustment, rehabilitation, social integration and socioprofessional services for visually handicapped people living in the Montreal, Laval, and Montérégie area. (site in French only)

Hôpital de réadaptation Villa Medica 
Adults with mobility problems. (site in French only)

Montreal Association for the Blind (MAB)
Non-profit rehabilitation centre serving blind and visually impaired people of all ages. 

Muscular Dystrophy Canada

NoStigmas empowers a global mental health community through education, support & action. Created for peers, by peers.

Ontario Rett Syndrome Association (O.R.S.A.)
A volunteer, not-for-profit charity for parents, caregivers, researchers, medical professionals and other interested support agencies and individuals that provides information through a website, a newsletter and conferences.

S.O.S Familles Naturelles 
S.O.S Familles Naturelles is a group for parents of dependant adult handicapped persons.

Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus Association of Quebec 
The Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus Association of Quebec was founded in 1975, with a mandate to improve the quality of life of its members and of those whose lives have been touched by spina bifida.

West Island Association for the intellecually handicapped (WIAIH)
The Association's aim is to enhance the lives of people with an intellectual disability or autism, sensitize the community, develop innovative services and provide support to families.

West Montreal Readaptation Center - (CROM/WMRC) 
Member of Quebec's health and social services, its mandate is to offer specialized services to intellectually disabled people. 


Acces Plein-Air
Adapted camp & Chalet offers universal accessibility for all ages for people with intellectual or physical disabilities or mental health disabilities. Located on lake Gordon in Chertsey, Quebec, Canada.

Association des camps du Québec 
List of specialized camps for disabled persons or camps offering an integration program or respite services.

Camp Massawippi 
Programs for children and young adults alike, living with a motor, hearing or visual impairment. Our Summer Camp, which hosts campers 6 to 30 years of age, offers a memorable summer vacation experience in the beautiful Eastern Townships.

Camp Papillon 
Located 40 kilometres north of Joliette on a 40-acre peninsula on the shores of Lake Pierre, Camp Papillon welcomes every year approximately 700 campers during regular stays.


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