DANI (Developing and Nurturing Independence) Toronto

DANI Toronto creates opportunities for young adults with physical and/or cognitive challenges so that they can participate fully as valued members of the community and enjoy a meaningful and dignified quality of life. DANI was created in 2006 by parents of children with disabilities. Co-founded by Susie Sokol and Kathy Laszlo, it started as a parent to parent advocacy group and became an incorporated, non-for-profit organization.

A Hand Up, Not a Hand Out: DANI Toronto champions employment and accessibility
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A Hand Up, Not a Hand Out: DANI Toronto champions employment and accessibility

  Here’s something that we know for sure: the nonprofit sector is a leader in advocating for diverse communities. In 2006, DANI (Developing and Nurturing Independence) was created on this premise. Championed by parents of children with disabilities, DANI started as a parent to parent advocacy group and became an incorporated, non-for-profit organization. The organization creates opportunities for young adults with physical and/or cognitive challenges...

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