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Michael Cole 🇨🇦 Jul 30
Does anybody need an IT guy for moonlighting/part time work? My area of specialty is computer networking. Anyway since there won't be an OAP for another 9 months, (at least) I need some extra income. (Will build computer networks for ABA!)
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Michael Cole 🇨🇦 Jul 31
Well rest of Canada, you thought Ontario was an exception, it's happening in Alberta too.
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Andrea Horwath Jul 25
When Ford boasts that people are “1000% better off” he’s not talking about the families with children with autism left scrambling to find and afford autism services because of his cruel cuts. Children with autism and their families deserve better.
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Jamie West Aug 7
As my colleague across the aisle, the former Minister frequently would often say, “Let me be crystal clear...” you can delay and kick the can down the road, but parents will *NEVER* stop fighting for their kids. They will *NEVER* give up and *NEVER* forget.
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Andrea Horwath Jul 29
Kids with autism can’t wait for April 2020 for support when every day is another day of developmental potential lost.
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Laura Mae Lindo Aug 6
"Should parents & children have been put in this position in the first place? No. They're still in crisis... suffering, losing their homes & children are losing their life-changing therapy. We can't wait any longer." - Neetu Mehan
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Rhonda Allaby-Glass Jul 25
Are you still an MPP for Barrhaven ? I wasn't sure because there are still families that have been waiting almost 6 months for an appointment with you. These are your constituents . When will you meet with them?
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Heather Aug 13
Right now we're trying to get an OAP that works for our kids. By the time this happens it'll be just in time to worry about adult services and supports. There is no end to this. People with disabilities and their families deserve better futures.
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Michelle Guzman-Ratko Jul 29
I have so many thoughts about today's announcement but first and foremost, I have to acknowledge the advocacy of the parents. And of course the clinicians, but especially the parents.
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Rima Berns-McGown Jul 29
This is a big win but it isn’t the only or the last harmful, short-sighted & economically disastrous Ford government policy that needs to be reversed. One down; many to go
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Andrea Aug 6
Tick-tock thank you for heading in the right direction but we need Needs Based now
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Ajay Jul 29
What's dominating my email and DMs this morning? 1 - The impact of cuts on former/current students of mine 2 - The "New" Approach to and the ". Both ⬆️ poverty and ⬇️ mental health. Want more?
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Katherine Hunt ☘️ Aug 13
: There’s a couple people trying to monopolize the room. No good sir, those are OUR voices. They are the voices of us who are unable to be at these Events. DO NOT SILENCE THEM. you ladies continue to fight
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Crystal Aug 1
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Faith MT 24h
Join us outside at Doug Etobicoke office. 🗓️ Sept 18 ⏲️11-1pm 📍823 Albion Rd. E After today’s announcement that Northern Ontario will no longer have access to pay-for-service community autism services through CCR. We stand with the families in the North.
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Melissa Ettinger Jul 2
Hey it would be nice if you actually acknowledge the community considering you are the one who's going to make or break our kids futures
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Ontario NDP 2h
A major autism service provider in Northern Ontario can no longer offer therapy to new families due to Ford's cuts. Add your name for investment in autism support:
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Star Kat Aug 6
It's been 6 months that turned the autism community upside down FOR NO REASON. And YOU supported it. The hypocrisy is nauseating. is on the right path, but this needs to move FASTER.
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Katie Nasswetter Jul 29
Exactly, my 4 year old (one of thousands) has waited more than half her life on a provincial waitlist for funding that never materializes. Tired of blame, excuses, and fake plans, my child’s health matters too.
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Su Panov 48m
Replying to @pamt47 @ThatsMrNeil
Yes. They’re trying to wipe out a generation of vulnerable children, they happen to be our children.
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