As part of the Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work (CCRW), the Youth the Future (YTF) , has been operating in Montreal since 2017. YTF offers pre-employment skills training for women, ages 15-30, who identify as having a disability (of any kind) in both English and French with a new cohort starting every five months.
Parking permit issued for use by either a vehicle driver or passenger who is disabled.
Personal attendant service to people with a visual impairment or loss of autonomy.
Represents and defends the rights of individuals with functional limitations to promote and ensure universal accessibility in public and adapted transport.
Non-profit organization that promote the interests and defend the rights of people with intellectual disabilities and their families.
Provides free travel for the person who accompanies individuals with a visual or intellectual disability while they use the STM’s bus and métro transit system.
Door-to-door public transit service by reservation only for handicapped persons who are liable to encounter barriers in performing everyday activities.
Available 24 hours/day, 7 days/week in and around the island of Montréal. Clients can track the taxi vehicle fleet in real time.
Financial assistance for the adaptation of a vehicle to enable a person with a disability to drive it or have access to it.
Training in a variety of summer and winter sports for children with special needs.