Older Papers, Positions

2008

IFCO Written Brief to the Standing Committee on Bill 77

IFCO provided feedback about Bill 77 – Legislation to enhance the social inclusion of people with developmental disabilities – in August 2008
IFCO Written Brief Bill 77 – Aug 08

2006

IFCO Response to Opportunities and Action,  June 2006

Sections included:

  • IFCO Response to MCSS about Opportunities and Action
  • Appendix A – Our Vision for an Individualized/Direct Funding Approach in Ontario
  • Appendix B – A Framework for Individualized/Direct Funding, Moving toward full citizenship: A Separation of Functions
  • Appendix with IFCO Facilitator Forum Response (provided separately below)

IFCO Response to Opportunities and Actions – June 06
IFCO Facilitator Forum Response to O & A – June 2006

2004

Transformation and Disability Supports:
The Role of Individualized Funding

A Summary presented to the Ministry of Community and Social Services by the Individualized Funding Coalition for Ontario, November 2004

Sections include:

  • Note of Appreciation, page i
  • Main body including final recommendations, pages 1 -26
  • Summary of responses received from members and ‘workfest’ participants, pages 27 – 51

Transformation and Disability Supports, The Role of Individualized Funding, IFCO-Nov 2004

2000-2001

Statements to MCSS about the allocation of funding

Two formal ‘statements’ about the allocation of funding were prepared and submitted to the Ministry of Community and Social Services within an 18 month period.  In November 2001 Time for a Change: Allocation of Funding for 2002 for People with Disabilities, A Statement from Ten Ontario Disability Organizations was submitted. In June 2000 Individualized Support and Funding – Allocation of New Money for People with Disabilities, A Statement from Ontario Disability Organizations was submitted. (See links below.)

Time for Change-Statement to MCSS from 10 Organizations – Nov 2001

Allocation of New Money-Statement to MCSS from Disability Orgs – June 2000

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