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March of Dimes Canada

Site: Head Office

Service: March of Dimes Canada, Head Office

Record #: MET5100
Last Full Update: 29 Dec 2021

Contact Information

Office Phone 416-425-3463, 416-425-DIME
Toll Free Phone 1-800-263-3463
Fax 416-425-1920

Description and Service Details

Description (Service) COVID19 -- LIFE sessions and After Stroke programs are being offered virtually

Community-based rehabilitation and advocacy; affordable supportive housing for people with physical disabilities

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

MODC Non-Profit Housing -- supportive care in 6 unit house, capacity 8, in Meynell House with additional houses around Ontario

Assistive Devices Program, 1-866-765-7237 -- financial assistance for adults to purchase or repair devices that increase their mobility and functional independence; may also assist with information or resources to assist in locating additional funding sources

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

Conductive Education -- for people with neurological motor disorders; physical rehabilitation and education to train the brain and the body

DesignAbility, 1-800-263-3463, ext 7211
  • volunteers work with persons with mobility challenges to craft creative, custom-built solutions to overcome barriers to work, play, personal hygiene and other daily activities
  • no charge, except for building materials
LIFE (Learning Independence for Future Empowerment) -- skill-building transition sessions to provide support to young adults with a disability

Post-Polio Canada,, -- in-person and virtual support services, resources and information for polio survivors

After Stroke,, -- person-to-person support, educational opportunities and community-based programs designed to provide connection to other people, hope and life after stroke

Business and training services for other non-profit agencies
Hours Mon-Fri 9 am-4:30 pm
Areas Served Ontario
Eligibility Children and adults with physical disabilities
Application Call for information or visit website for program details
Languages English; French
Fees Fees for some programs; financial assistance may be available

Site Information

Located In Community Toronto
Address & Map
10 Overlea Blvd
Toronto, ON
Canada M4H 1A4
Mailing Address 10 Overlea Blvd 
Toronto, ON 
Canada M4H 1A4
Physical Access Fully accessible - Wheelchair accessible building including main entrance and barrier free washrooms; Designated parking

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