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If you are an adult living with an intellectual disability, you may feel isolated and alone. You may be looking for housing, a job or ways to participate in your community, but aren’t sure who to talk to, or even where to begin. Similarly, if you are the parent of a child or teenager with an intellectual disability, you may be in need of information, resources and support for yourself and your family.

Family Service Toronto offers several Developmental Disabilities Services (see below) as well as the opportunity to participate in the Accessibility Advisory Group to make recommendations on accessibility and help improve access to our services.

Options – Adults
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