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Scott Corbett May 18
Check out my latest blog looking into what many are calling a sham consultation process for the Ontario Autism Program. Will we see a fresh face be put on this file over the summer?
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ONTAutismCoalition May 13
This is the thread of the day. If you are still struggling to understand why some members of the autism community are still wary of whether or not they can trust the current consultations being hosted by the Ford government, this sums it up.
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Kate Logue May 14
Why are we not talking more about the fact that this govt secretly froze the waitlist 10 mths ago, and literally instructed staff to hide it from families? This scandal is unacceptable, how has and gotten away with this?
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Kate Logue May 13
You froze the waitlist 9-10 mths ago. No new child has received the help they need since then. Let's let that sink in Then you have the audacity to act outraged by the waitlist situation. This is criminal what your Government has done.
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Mandie Joy May 12
If I copied your decision to double funding to diagnostic hubs, it would be like funding a mall for more bathrooms with no toilets inside. Where do you people go AFTER they receive a diagnosis? Let me answer that for you, NOWHERE.
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Scott Corbett May 16
The influx of children with autism into schools was merely delayed by the Ontario govt. Now boards are declaring Spec Ed employees as “surplus”. This is irresponsible and increases risks to all in school.
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Olivia Ng 📈 May 19
Thanks for this read. I agree has lost her credibility. The MCCSS portfolio is outrageously large and new people need to step in to handle these files.
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Jaime Santana BCBA May 17
Did you listen in? Everyone was asking for you to get fired. You should probably listen in.
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Jaime Santana BCBA May 13
Tim, you missed the part where Patrick is referring to the May consultation process. Those January and February meetings were pretty much null since your boss had already dug her heels in on this plan. Good try though bud
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Jaime Santana BCBA May 13
We r all for choice . Its y we r advocating for needs based funding. Ur plan stated that there is choice, but doesnt support it.Parents cant access programs they chose bc the funding is inadequate. Y don't u make ur guidelines & funding match?
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Kerry Monaghan May 15
Heed your own advice . Embrace the humility of admitting wrongdoing. A program with AGE CAPS will *never* be NEEDS BASED. There is still time to rewrite this program and your legacy. Choose to help, not hurt ON’s most vulnerable.
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Kate Logue May 18
Dear and , you are causing so many families so much stress and pain. This isn't an exaggeration, it is very real and it's on you! Our kids deserve better, we all deserve better!
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Patrick Monaghan May 13
Thread. thinks a smokescreen roundtable (just days before the program is released), and a PR move by to meet some parents at the first protest, constitutes “consultation.” lets him know otherwise.
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Dr Hannah Rasmussen May 13
When and her staff get defensive and aggressive is ready. This thread is everything.
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Jaime Santana BCBA May 16
Hey Ontario, wants to hear from you regarding education cuts. Find his contact info below!
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Cheff J May 13
Wow Tim, not single like or RT, could it be that even your own supporters and staffers don't agree with your latest attack on this father who is simply concerned that consultations are not proceeding as promised.
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Patrick Chung May 15
What did it expect, red carpet welcome? Toronto Star: Premier Drug Ford booed at Special Olympics ceremony. via
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Dr Hannah Rasmussen May 16
This is where is with his government. One program is fucking up so much they are directing constituents to another program to try and fix it.
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Louis Busch May 15
"At $163.4 billion, Finance Minister Vic Fedeli’s budget is the largest in Ontario history. But ’s department took the biggest hit, down $892 million from last year’s estimate of $17.5 billion." Brutal.
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Élise Brulant May 16
No parent should EVER have to watch their child regress due to lack of funds. EVER. And especially not in a province like Ontario.
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