The following references may prove useful:

  1. Unleashing Attendant Services for People with Physical Disabilities: Better Quality Service with Immediate Savings to the Health System, Ontario Attendant Services Advisory Committee, 2013.
  2. Supportive Living Models for Younger Adults with Physical Disabilities: A Review and Proposed Best Practice Models, The Alberta Spinal Cord Injury Initiative, 2012.
  4. The Roadmap to Independent Living in Ontario – Supporting Adults with Disabilities, Ontario Association of Independent Living Service Providers (OAILSP), Provincial Acquired Brain Injury Network (PABIN), 2014.
  5. Developers eye new models for affordable urban housing, John Lorinc, Globe and Mail, Toronto, 2017.
  6. Housing Options for Adults with Developmental Disabilities, Citizen Advocacy Ottawa, draft, 2018.
  7. Finding My Place: Age Appropriate Housing, Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada, Toronto, 2006. The report emphasizes the need for age-appropriate housing and care options, and recommends public funding to ensure sufficient supportive housing.
  8. A Guide to Housing Trusts, Windsor-Essex Family Network, 2014.
  9. Supporting Adults with Disabilities, OAILSP and PABIN, Toronto, 2014.
  10. Testimonies of Dwelling: People with Physical Disabilities and (in)appropriate Housing in Calgary, Centre for Social Work Research and Development, university of Calgary, 2008. This Research report recommends a percentage of new homes using universal design principles to help ensure a continuum of choice in affordable and accessible accomodation, in coordination with necessary support services for persons requiring daily care.
  11. Families in Durham Region want a say in Finding housing solutions, Durham association for family respite services, 2017.
  12. unleashing attendant services for people with physical disabilities, Ontario attendant services advisory committee, 2013.
  13. Conversatons that Matter” is an online values training website developed by Norman Kunc and Emma Van der Klift consisting of an ever-growing collection of short (5 to 15 minutes) engaging videos of conversations with the leading voices in the fields of community living, disability rights. and disability studies.
  14. Learnings 2011-2016 - Interim Report, Ontario Community Services Coalition, London ON, 2016. The Coalition is a partnership between community service providers and individuals with support needs and their families, intended to maintain choice and flexibility in Services delivery through a services of family forums.
  15. Safe and secure, Al Etmanski, et al, Ontario Edition, Planned Lifetime Advocacy Network, Vancouver B.C., 2010, ISBN 978-0-9730383-4-7.