Workshops - Ontario Federation for Cerebral Palsy - Canada

Celebrating 25 Years of Helping People Live Better Lives!

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A visit to People in Motion will give you access to over 100 exhibitors under one roof!
You can expect to see: Mobility Aids, Adapted Vehicles, Rehabilitation Services, Home Helathcare Products, Travel & Leisure Activites, Corporate & Government Services, Disability Publications Associations and so much more!

Stop by and visit the OFCP booth! - Free Admission 

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The Corbrook 5th Annual Charity Golf Tournament

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The Corbrook 5th Annual Charity Golf Tournament
June 5, 2014 at the Deer Creek Golf Club, Ajax, Ontario
Registration 9:30am
Start TIme 11am

For more information, please contact: Jeannelle Smith ph. 416-245-5565 or email jeannelle.smith@corbrook.com

Planned Giving – Another Way to Give Back

You Can Help Support the work of the OFCP!  Thanks to the generosity of people like you, we are able to make a difference in the lives of people with cerebral palsy throughout the province of Ontario.  Please take a moment to review the NEW Planned Giving section on our website outlining the ways you can contribute to our organization now, and in the future, by making a bequest in your will. Click here, or on the DONATE button to view this material.

 

Tax Tips - 2012 Taxation Year

Tax time is once again upon us. At this time of the year, many people with disabilities and their families hear stories about all the tax deductions that they are entitled to but of which they are unaware. Each year the Long Term Planning & Support Program produces an article about Tax Savings that are available for individuals with a disability.

To learn more about:

  • Registered Disability Savings Plan
  • Registered Educational Savings Plans
  • Tax Free Savings Accounts
  • The Caregiver Amount
  • The Disability Amount
  • The Disability Tax Credit certificate
  • Re-Filing for taxes that should not have been paid

Click here  to view Tax Tips article.

 

 

OFCP Thanks Federated Health Charities for Their Support

The OFCP is proud to be a member of The Federated Health Charities. The Federated Health Charities is a workplace charitable campaign that allows members of the Ontario Public Service (OPS) across Ontario to support up to 16 health charities through payroll deductions, donations and special events. Over the past 28 years, members of the OPS have donated $34.5 million through the Federated Health Charities Campaign, with $2.45-million of this being raised last year! For more information, please visit http://www.federatedhealth.ca

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Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act - AODA

OFCP's AODA Customer Service Standards Policy

The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) became law on June 13, 2005. One of the key areas of focus is customer service. The Customer Service Standard came into force in 2008, with compliance required by January 1, 2012. To obtain a copy of the OFCP's AODA Customer Service Standard Policy please contact us.

As we strive to improve accessibility for our clients with disabilities, we welcome your feedback. Please call the toll free number at 1-877-244-9686 or local number at 416-244-9686. Or you can click here to fill out a form or just send us an email.
Thank you.

 

OFCP - Member of Neurological Health Charities Canada (NHCC)

The Ontario Federation for Cerebral Palsy is a member of Neurological Health Charities Canada. The Neurological Health Charities Canada (NHCC) is a collective of organizations that represent people with chronic, often progressive, neurological and/or neuromuscular diseases, disorders, conditions and injuries in Canada. NHCC's role is to provide leadership in evaluating and advancing new opportunities for collaboration specific to advocacy, education and research projects, related to brain health.

To view the NHCC's latest issue of Brain Matters, a newsletter to keep Canadians touched by brain conditions informed about the National Population Health Study of Neurological Conditions, please click here.