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Fun With Cartoons

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Richelieu-Vanier Community Centre, 300 Des Pères-Blancs Ave., Ottawa ON K1L 7L5

Sunday, February 19, 2017 - 3:00pm - 6:00pm

Fun With Cartoons is an exciting and inclusive event for people with developmental disabilities and their families!  It's a cartoon trivia game that challenges teams of players to name their favourite cartoon characters from movies, television shows and even musicals in a fun, relaxed and party-like atmosphere.

This Ottawa cartoon trivia game is an event you don’t want to miss…register your team up to 8 players – for your family, your loved one, their support workers and community allies!

Come dressed up as your favourite cartoon character because there will be prizes for the best costume! read more »

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Aging and Developmental Disabilities:
Planning for Success

Funded by the MCSS Employment
and Modernization Fund:  Ontario
In Partnership with Reena and the Mary Centre

Please join this facilitated session to:

The Sibling Collaborative Meet-Up Series - OTTAWA

Join us for a social and relaxed evening of connecting with other adult siblings that have a brother or sister with an intellectual or developmental disability.

Date:  Thursday, October 11, 2018

Time:  6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. (Doors open at 5:30 p.m.)

Location:  Fox and Feather Pub, 283 Elgin St. Ottawa, ON

Accessible by OC Transpo or (paid) parking along side streets. 

Cost:  $5.00.  Includes a drink and appetizers.

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 2018
Presented by
Citizen Advocacy, Reach Canada and Families Matter Cooperative

It is time for this year's In the Spotlight event featuring performances by Scott MacIntyre, Brittany Clayton, Peter Joynt and more!  We invite you to attend Ottawa's only concert spotlighting the talents of artists with disabiities. 

Affordable and Inclusive Housing Needs
in Ottawa-Orleans

It's election time, and there are 24 candidates running in Orléans/Cumberland.  It is a good time to raise awareness about the Housing Needs for persons with developmental disabilities before the new Ottawa municipal council decides the total number of affordable housing units to be included in residential developments under the new provincial Regulations after the October 22nd municipal elections.

The Coffee House Series
More great events scheduled!

Funded by the Ottawa Community Foundation, Families Matter Co-op Inc. invites you to join us for some tasty treats and a great conversation on a variety of topics as detailed below.  

The Coffee House series is designed for parents, siblings and caregivers of individuals living with a developmental disability to get together and share knowledge and experiences, build networks and access essential information on community services, programs and support systems.

Great events in August & September NOT TO BE MISSED:

Summertime Bash & BBQ
Featuring DJ Charles, prizes, a raffle and a bake sale!

The Families Matter Cooperative team is excited to invite you and your loved ones to our family-friendly Summertime Bash & BBQ fundraising event.

Date:  Thursday, August 16, 2018 (6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.)

Location:  Dovercourt Community Centre
                 (In the event of rain, event will be moved indoors.)

Entrance Fee:  By donation only.

 

SURVEY - Housing Tool Kit /
SONDAGE - Trousse d’outils de logement

Over the last few years, more and more people and their families/support networks have become actively engaged in planning for their future. This movement has been partially spurred by recent  community-based projects that  provided replicable examples of  creative, inclusive and cost-effective housing solutions for adults with developmental disabilities.

Calling all people labelled with an intellectual/developmental disability, 
families, friends and allies!

What?
Come out and join members of DANEO (the Disability Advocacy Network of Eastern Ontario) in front of the offices of the Ministry of Community and Social Services (MCSS) for a rally in support of a dignified life for people labelled with an intellectual/developmental disability. Ontario elections are here, let's have our voices heard!

When?
Monday, June 4th from 4pm-6pm.
(Some of us will be there at 3pm to make signs, we’ll have extra poster paper & markers, feel free to come early.)

The Coffee House Series
RE:  Employment Opportunities
for People Living with a Developmental Disability

Funded by the Ottawa Community Foundation, Families Matter Co-op Inc. invites you to join us for some tasty treats and a great conversation on the topic of ‘Employment Opportunities for People Living with a Developmental Disability’. 

The Coffee House series is designed for parents, siblings and caregivers to get together and share knowledge and experiences, build networks and access essential information on community services, programs and support systems.

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