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April 22, 2016
Hon. Liz Sandals
Ministry of Education
22nd Floor, Mowat Block
900 Bay Street
Toronto, Ontario M7A 1L2
Dear Minister Sandals:
I’m writing with respect to the situation endured by students with Autism in Ontario whose families face significant hurdles in having trained, certified service dog companions accompany their children into school.
Queen’s Park – “Does the minister agree that families of children with autism shouldn’t have their service dogs taken away from them when they get to school?”
That was the question in the Legislature from MPP Michael Harris following reports of difficulties faced by families of children with autism in having designated service dogs allowed at school.
Another great festival put on by the Living Well Team. Photo credit to: www.healthywilmot.ca
Today in Kitchener Conestoga MennoHomes held their ground breaking ceremony for the site in Elmira.
Happy to have helped out at the KidsAbility Radiothon today at Conestoga Mall. Raising money for KidsAbility from 6 a.m.- 6p.m. on April 29th.