March of Dimes Canada

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Contact Information
Office Phone 416-425-3463 ; 416-425-DIME
Toll Free Phone 1-800-263-3463
Fax 416-425-1920
E-Mail info@marchofdimes.ca
Website www.marchofdimes.ca
Primary Executive Andria Spindel, President and Chief Executive Officer
Alternate Executive Jerry Lucas, Vice President and Chief Operations Officer
Address & Map
10 Overlea Blvd
Toronto, ON M4H 1A4
 
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Physical Access Wheelchair accessible building including main entrance and barrier free washrooms * designated parking
Description & Services
Description (Service) Community-based rehabilitation and advocacy * affordable supportive housing for people with physical disabilities

Attendant Care Services -- non-medical assistance with activities of daily living in the home

Assistive Devices Program, 1-866-765-7237 -- financial assistance for adults to purchase or repair devices that increase their mobility and functional independence

Pop can tabs collection program -- proceeds support Assistive Devices Program

Home and Vehicle Modification Program, 1-877-369-4867 or 1-877-369-HVMP -- financial assistance (up to $15,000) for basic home and vehicle modifications for permanent Ontario residents with a substantial impairment expected to last one year or more

Acquired Brain Injury Services -- life skills, communication, community integration, emotional and behavioural support, vocational support, recreation

Rehabilitation -- physical rehabilitation for children and adults with neurological motor disorders or who have had a stroke or brain injury

LIFE (Learning Independence for Future Empowerment) -- life skills workshops, transit training, social and recreational outings for youth

DesignAbility -- skilled volunteers develop assistive aids not available in the marketplace

Recreation and Integration -- accessible group outings, day trips, international travel, residential summer holiday * BeFriending program matches adults with disabilities to volunteers in their area

MODMobility -- group transportation for recreational outings

Post-Polio Canada, 1-800-480-5903 -- peer support groups * information and resources

Stroke Recovery Canada, 1-888-540-6666 -- peer support groups * information and resources
Hours Mon-Fri 9 am-4:30 pm
Areas Served Ontario
Eligibility Children and adults with physical disabilities
Application Call, or see website for detail
Languages English ; French
Fees Fees for some programs * financial assistance may be available
Other Details
Legal Status (50) Non Profit ; (51) Registered Charity
Funding United Way
Date Updated 31 Oct 2017
Subjects
Service Categories Assistive Technology Equipment Custom Design/Fabrication ; Assistive Technology Expense Assistance ~ Physical Disabilities ; Attendant Services for People With Disabilities ~ Physical Disabilities ; Automobile/Van Adaptations ; Automobile/Van Rentals ~ Physical Disabilities ; Buddy Programs ~ Physical Disabilities ; Condition Specific Rehabilitation Services ~ Brain Injuries ; Condition Specific Rehabilitation Services ~ Neurological Impairments ; Disability Associations ~ Physical Disabilities ; Fundraising Campaigns ; Health/Disability Related Support Groups ~ Poliomyelitis ; Health/Disability Related Support Groups ~ Stroke ; Home Barrier Removal Grants ; Independent Living Skills Instruction ~ Brain Injuries ; Independent Living Skills Instruction ~ Youth ; Supportive Housing for People with Disabilities ~ Physical Disabilities ; Therapeutic Camps ~ Physical Disabilities ; Travel ~ Physical Disabilities ; Travel Training for Older Adults/People with Disabilities ~ Youth

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