KidsInclusive is committed to working collaboratively and progressively with other agencies and associations to improve the services for children and youth with special needs and their families. The following are ‘collective’ voices for children and youth with special needs that KidsInclusive contributes to and supports.
EKO is the voice of Children’s Rehabilitation Centres. Since 1978, Empowered Kids Ontario (EKO), previously the Ontario Association of Children’s Rehabilitation Services (OACRS), has represented the interests of Children’s Rehabilitation Centres in Ontario. Through our services as a membership organization, we provide a powerful united voice for our member centres and deliver leadership by influencing policy, programs and funding to maximize the potential for all children and youth facing physical, communication and/or developmental challenges. Currently, EKO represents all 21 Children’s Treatment Centres in Ontario.
Every Kid in Our Communities consist of members of our communities working together to provide the collaboration that our kids deserve and that will help make Leeds and Grenville the best community for them to grow in and to have the best opportunities possible. Across our counties there is a wealth of care, knowledge, skill, experience and wisdom that is critical to helping our kids experience the Developmental Assets they need.
Kingston Frontenac Lennox and Addington Children and Youth Services Planning Committee
The Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington Children and Youth Services Planning Committee (CYSPC) is a voluntary association of approximately 50 agencies, organizations and municipalities responsible for the provision of services and supports to children, youth and their families in our area.
The Lanark County Planning Council (LCPC) provides leadership and coordination to enable optimal development and healthy living for Lanark County children, youth (0 – 18 years of age), and their families. The Council is committed to providing leadership and innovation in the following areas: service integration, advocacy, planning and evaluation, information sharing, community education and professional development.