The Ottawa-Carleton Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities (OCAPDD) supports people with developmental disabilities through a holistic approach including:
-Individualized service planning;
-Providing a continuum of innovative community participation and residential options;
-Recruiting and developing an educated and experienced workforce;
-Advocacy for individuals with developmental disabilities, their families and support networks;
-Linking with the community, developmental and funding sectors.
About OTTAWA-CARLETON ASSOCIATION FOR PERSONS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
Foundedin 1950, OCAPDD's purpose is to support community integration and personal well-being for children and adults with developmental disabilities within the City of Ottawa. OCAPDD provides a variety of programs and services to the community, including: Residential Services, Day Programs, Business Ventures, Supportive Services, Supported Work and Assessment.
Our Vision:Individuals with a defelopmental disability live healthy, safe and secure lives as participating members of society, through equitable access to the broadest range of societal supports and opportunities.