Ontario Partnership on Aging & Developmental Disabilities

OPADD LOGOThe Ontario Partnership on Aging & Developmental Disabilities (OPADD) is a ground-breaking informal partnership of service providers in the continuum of seniors services and developmental disabilities. This includes regional committees, local cross sector pilot projects, provincial associations, planning bodies, educational institutions, researchers and policy-makers.

Dedicated to ensuring quality of life for older adults with developmental disabilities through transition planning that includes equal access to seniors' community and residential programs.

Active in the areas of cross sector planning, applied research, caregiver education, innovation in service delivery and policy development. Select one of the links below to learn more about OPADD.

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Become a partner in the work of ensuring that older adults with developmental disabilities enjoy the same rights and opportunities to service and support as every senior in Ontario.

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Knowledge Bites November 2016

The Toronto Partnership on Aging and Developmental Disabilities (TPADD) has prepared its forth bi-monthly newsletter. This newsletter follows feedback obtained from Developmental Sector professionals seeking information and knowledge related to supporting persons with a developmental... Continue reading

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Knowledge Bites September 2016

The Toronto Partnership on Aging and Developmental Disabilities (TPADD) has launched its first bi-monthly newsletter. This newsletter follows feedback obtained from Developmental Sector professionals seeking information and knowledge related to supporting persons with a developmental... Continue reading

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Knowledge Bites June 2016

The Toronto Partnership on Aging and Developmental Disabilities (TPADD) has launched its first bi-monthly newsletter. This newsletter follows feedback obtained from Developmental Sector professionals seeking information and knowledge related to supporting persons with a developmental... Continue reading

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