NURTURING FAMILY NETWORKS
Connecting with other families provides fresh perspectives and practical information, lessens isolation, and can help innovate new solutions. Offering and receiving support builds resilience. A family network can be a pathway to discovering and building upon resources already present within ‘your own backyard’.
As a family formed and led organization, we know firsthand the challenges in creating the best possible life for a loved one with a disability, from childhood to adulthood. While the purpose of a Family Network is to help you enhance the wellbeing of your loved one, oftentimes everyone in your family benefits.
For more information about Family Networks or to be added to our contact list please contact Natalie Jones (email@example.com).
If there is a family network in your area below, please feel free to contact the person directly listed by clicking on their name for their email address.
|Scarborough|| Scaborough Residential Alternatives - Bonnie Heath
|NEW Posting - York Region (Aurora, Newmarket)||Family Support Network - Susan Popper
Or visit this group's Facebook Page:
Family Support Network Facebook Group
|West Toronto/Etobicoke||Andrea Englert-Rygus|
|North Toronto||Laura and Chris Callaghan|
|Oakville - Oak Park Housing Solutions||Vicki McCallum - This new group is helping their family members to make housing and social connections in the Oakville area.|
Mary Frances Levasseur
|Northern Ontario||Liz Gibbons|
|Peterborough|| Angela Prins
|Lanark County||Joyce Rivington|
|Leeds & Grenville Counties||Leeds and Grenville Family Network - Betty Daley|
Working on getting a Family Network started - Renee Tomasetti
|Prince Edward County||Family Engagement Networks - Joyce Wade|
|NEW Posting - Chatham Kent area||Sandy Reilly|
|NEW Posting - Fort Erie||Looking for a family Network - Cathy Ettinger|
|Rochester (USA)||Lisa Hulbert|