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- Essex County Heroes Athletic Club
Wednesday night basketball at General Amherst Highschool. Tuesday night basketball at Colchester North Public School. (Oct-May) Contact Michelle Jones-Rousseau at 519-791-3302 or Mike Cox at 519-736-8559
- John McGivney Children's Centre
The John McGivney Children's Centre provides rehabilitative services to the Windsor and Essex County community.
- LaSalle Windsor Special Olympics
LaSalle Windsor Special Olympics offers basketball, floor hockey, snowshoeing, track and field, baseball.
- Pin Pals Bowling
A night of bowling for individuals with special needs and their families. It is intended to bring individuals who, for whatever reason, may be having some difficulty forging friendships and making meaningful connections outside of their immediate family.
- Special Olympics Ontario
Competitions are structured so that athletes compete with other athletes of similar ability in equitable divisions.
- The Miracle League of Amherstburg
“Every Child Deserves A Chance to Play Baseball.”
- Windsor Regional Children's Centre
Programs for children and youth within Family Mental Health and Addictions Services.
- Children First Windsor
Children First provides services to families with children birth to six years of age who have special needs.
- Community Integration through Cooperative Education (CICE)
The CICE program is a 2 year Ontario College Certificate designed to provide individuals with developmental disabilities the opportunity to pursue a post secondary education.
Click here to view the skills needed for entrance to the CICE Program.
- Community Living Essex County
We are committed to support people in achieving their goals and dreams and to realize their value as full citizens in their community.
- Community Living Windsor
Community Living Windsor provides support and services to over 500 people who have an intellectual disability and their families in Windsor and our community.
Making connections, inspiring strength, parents as partners. Ensemble is a parent-directed resource for families caring for a child with a disability that provides support from birth through adulthood.
- Family Respite
Family Respite Services provides families who have children with disabilities a short break by providing a host family or an individual to care for their child.
- Greater Essex County District School Board
SEAC is a school board committee with trustee and local association representation to further the interests and well being of one or more groups of children or adults who are exceptional.
- Italian Canadian Handicapable Association
ICHA offers bocce, soccer and floor hockey at the Novelletto Rosati Complex. They also offer Bowling & Basketball at offsite locations, as well as many social functions including their Annual Fishing Derby.
- Lola’s Roundtable
Lola’s Round Table provides safe and competent professional services to adults living with a disability, to help improve or maintain the self-defined quality of life of each individual.
- Ministry of Community and Social Services
The programs of the Ministry of Community and Social Services help to build communities that are resilient, inclusive and sustained by the economic and civic contributions of all Ontarians.
- Ontario Association for Infant and Child Development
Programs serve children from birth to five years of age and are sponsored by a variety of community agencies.
- Roots 2 Wings
Programs for youth and young adults living with a disability. Offers, Summer day program, Friday Night Jam sessions with music therapy, Roots 2 Wings Friendship club, before and after school program and daytime programs.
- Specs For Us
Eyewear for children who are special. Frames specially formatted to fit children with Down syndrome and other special needs.
- The Windsor-Essex Family Network
WEFN has created a special shelf just for The Windsor-Essex Down Syndrome Association in their library.
- Whole Note Music Therapy
Music therapy can help enhance communication, develop new skills and promote psychological healing for young and old.
- Windsor Essex Brokerage
For adults over 18 years old who have a developmental disability, who want to begin to plan for the future and consider all of the options available to a have a full life in community.
- Windsor-Essex Therapeutic Riding Association
Committed to improving the quality of life of persons with physical, mental and emotional challenges through equine related therapy.