We are always looking for people who believe that a person with a disability should be able to direct their life and make their own decisions and want to contribute their skills and expertise to support our mission. For more information, or to discuss how you can be part of Microboards Ontario, send us an email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Become A Partner!
We want to partner and collaborate with you if you are:
A person with a disability, a family member or leader and Microboard member;
An Independent facilitators or other supportive person;
An Organization aligned with our vision and mission.
Our Creative Partnerships:
Facilitate learning exchanges between people and families who have lived experience with Microboards for the purpose of broadening others' understanding of the key values, principles and safeguards Microboards provide;
Develop and disseminate relevant resources and information to key stakeholders;
Offer training workshops on development and sustainability of Microboards;
Collaborate on mentoring opportunities for anyone willing to share their learning and experience with Microboards.
Advocate for the rights of people with a disability to not only have a Microboard, but direct their life through individualized funding and supported decision-making.
As an organization, Microboards Ontario is committed to continuous learning from Vela Canada and leaders with lived experience in Ontario and in other jurisdictions where Microboard organizations have been established.
There are many ways to learn more about Microboards - send us an email or ask a question (you can also review our FAQ page to find out more). You can also take one of our workshops. Click here to find out more.
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