The Family Care Office can provide you with information about child care options near the University, near your place of work and/or near where you live. To receive information for child care centres, in-home child care registries and caregiver registries, call: 416-978-0951 or email us. Much more information is located on the Family Care Office's main website. Topics on the FCO site include:
TPH reports to the Board of Health and is responsible for the health and well-being of all residents. Among its services, they develop and implement public policy and practices, promote healthy living, and advocate for conditions that improve the health of Toronto residents.
The Mayo Clinic is a non-profit organization committed to clinical practice, education and research, providing expert, whole-person care to everyone who needs healing.
CLEO has developed clear, accurate, and practical legal rights education and information to help people understand their legal rights. Their work focuses on providing information to people who face barriers to accessing the justice system, including income, disability, literacy, and language. You can browse all their resources on their Resources and Publications page.
FLEW is a public legal education project funded by the Government of Ontario and Law Foundation of Ontario to assist women in understanding their family law rights. Their resources are available in 13 different languages.
NICE is an international network of researchers, practitioners, students and seniors dedicated to improving the care of older adults. Their wide range of resources and tools can be viewed online by clicking the 'Preview' link on the respective page.
Toronto Central LHIN helps with the process of moving from a family home to long-term care setting by helping individuals understand the available options and supporting them to make decisions that are right for them. These options include:
Additional resources and information include:
CLEO has developed a clear, accurate, and practical legal rights education and information to help people understand and exercise their legal rights. All of their resources can be found online here.
Throughout your Parkinson's journey, you'll seek information and support to help you deal with various challenges you may encounter. This section has downloadable educational publications that can be your personal Parkinson's library. Some resources are also available in languages other than English and French.
The Alzheimer Society of Canada offers a wider range of resources for people with dementia, caregivers, family members and health-care practitioners.
The UTGSU is a voice for over 18,500 students as well as a platform for community building and services. Student fees enable the UTGSU to provide services such as conference bursaries, free gym access and intramural leagues, health and dental insurance, merit based awards, and academic and funding advocacy appeals.
APUS represents over 6,000 fall/winter and 14,000 summer part-time students across all U of T campuses. They ensure that the rights of all part-time students are respected, provide cost-saving services, programs and events, and represent the voices of part-time undergrads across the University and to all levels of government. APUS services include the APUS Health & Dental Plan, APUS Bursary Program, Tax Clinics, APUS Student Study Space and Lounge, Printing Services, Academic Support Workshops & Advocacy, Financial Aid Workshops for part-time students, and Lunch & Learn Career Workshops.
CLEO has developed clear, accurate, and practical legal rights education and information to help people understand their legal rights. Their work focuses on providing information to people who face barriers to accessing the justice system, including income, disability, literacy, and language.
The Law Society has a duty to protect the public interest, to maintain and advance the cause of justice and the rule of law, to facilitate access to justice for the people of Ontario, and to act in a timely, open, and efficient manner.
Legal Aid Ontario provides legal services for financially eligible, low-income Ontarians in the following areas: domestic violence, family law, immigration and refugee law, criminal law, civil mental health law, and poverty law. Many of the PDF resources are also available in other languages.
The LGBTQ Parenting Network is a program of Sherbourne Health Centre that supports lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and queer parenting through research, training, resources, and community development. A full range of their resources can be found through their online library.
All CAMH resources for Parents and Families can be found on their searchable Guides and Publications page.
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