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  1. Connects individuals with autism or an intellectual disability, and their caregivers, with information and resources.Resources available include:Video guides on scholarships, funding, relationships and general health issuesWebinarsPeer support and advice video...
  2. Provides support with advocacy, including:Support to fill out Canada Pension Plan Disability (CPP-D) application and other income security applicationsSelf-advocacy resources
  3. Adults with intellectual disabilities (protégés) are paired with a volunteer advocate who:Offers friendship and supportMeets regularlyHelps to make sure their partner's needs are heard and realizedWatches to make sure their partner's rights are respectedCrisis...
  4. Counselling and AdvocacyProvided by: ResourceAbilities - AKA: Formerly PEI Council of People with Disabilities; Formerly PEICOD
    Provides help in accessing federal and provincial supports and services through application form assistance and advocacy for disability related issues. This is done through two services:Access to Services and Opportunities: Advocacy and support for individuals...
  5. Counselling and AdvocacyProvided by: ResourceAbilities - AKA: Formerly PEI Council of People with Disabilities; Formerly PEICOD
    Provides help in accessing federal and provincial supports and services through application form assistance and advocacy for disability related issues. This is done through two services:Access to Services and Opportunities: Advocacy and support for individuals...
  6. Counselling and AdvocacyProvided by: ResourceAbilities - AKA: Formerly PEI Council of People with Disabilities; Formerly PEICOD
    Provides help in accessing federal and provincial supports and services through application form assistance and advocacy for disability related issues. This is done through two services:Access to Services and Opportunities: Advocacy and support for individuals...
  7. Helps to oversee the financial and/or personal affairs of individuals who are incapable of doing so themselves and who have no trusted family or friends to do so for them. Types of assistance provided by this office may include:Protecting the legal and financi...
  8. Staff are available to assist families and individuals affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder to prepare for meetings with professionals, government, and schools involved in the diagnosed individual's care and education. Services include:Providing families with ...