We have curated a list of national and regional support programs and foundations throughout Canada to help mitochondrial disease patients and caregivers source information and services.

Below you will find a resources listing for Ontario. 

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  • Link to the page on mitocanada.org where you found the broken link
  • The name of the link that is broken
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RETURN TO MAIN PATIENT AND CAREGIVER RESOURCES

Financial Support

Assistive Devices Program (help paying for equipment and supplies)

ODSP (Ontario Disability Support Program)

Emotional Support

Spiritual & Religious Care Department at Sick Kids (helps as counselling for families and patients)

YouthLink Emotional counselling for variety of problems

Physical Support

Home Care Providers List of Ontario

Social Support

Sick Kids Family Resource Program

Pro Bono Law Ontario at Sick Kids (helps low/middle income families deal with legal challenges impacting patient health/family capacity to care for children)

Informational Support

Telehealth Ontario (1-866-797-0000)

MedsCheck (talk with pharmacist for information on your prescription drugs)

Home and community care information

Tool for searching healthcare services

General Healthcare Services Information

Patient Education and Engagement at the University Health Network

The Kaitlin Atkinson Family Resource Library (materials on child health, illness and injury, and parenting)

Financial Help for Medications in Ontario (Children’s Hospital for Medications in Ontario)

Financial Tips for Parents of Children with Special Needs (Children’s Hospital for Medications in Ontario)

Search engine for various types of resources for people with disabilities