- Anxiety Disorder Association of Ontario
- Access 2 Entertainment – discounts at participating venues for people with disabilities
- Canadian Human Rights Commission
- Canadian Society for Social Development – provides web technology training for persons facing challenges to employment
- CLEO (Community Legal Education Ontario) – provides legal resources and information on a wide variety of topics, including health and disability
- Dog Guides
- Medic Alert – If cost is a barrier to you, Medic Alert officers a Membership Assistance Program. You will need to complete a form and have a doctor, nurse, pharmacist, or social worker sign it. Read about the program here. Download the form here.
- Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC)
- Ontario Photo Card – photo identification for those who cannot drive
- Ontario March of Dimes – Ottawa-based community programs for people with disabilities
- Ontario March of Dimes Conductive Education Program – Ottawa & Toronto Based camps for kids with neurological motor impairment
- REACH – Ottawa legal referral organization for people with disabilities, first 3-hour intial consultation is free
- SUDEP Aware
- Seizure Tracker
Students with epilepsy attending Algonquin College should self-identify with the Centre for Accessible Learning to discuss individual needs for accommodation and support services.
Students with epilepsy attending Carleton University should self-identify with the Paul Menton Center for Students with Disabilities to discuss individual needs for accommodation and support services.
University of Ottawa
Students with epilepsy attending the University of Ottawa should self-identify with the Access Services Department of the Student Academic Success Service to discuss individual needs for accommodation and support services.