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Jointly appointed by Queen's University and Ongwanada, the epidemiologist is engaged in teaching, research, consultative services, and the supervision of graduate students in the field of developmental disabilities. Regular surveys of Ongwanada families, clients, and Home Share providers are conducted to evaluate services and to recommend improvements. The Epidemiology program includes research projects concerned with the prevalence of intellectual and developmental disabilities (including autism), the social inclusion of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD), quality improvement in developmental services, the experiences of families, as well as health care access, aging and mortality among persons with IDD. More information can be found at www.mapsresearch.ca. The program includes collaborations with researchers in Ontario, Quebec, Manitoba and the United Kingdom.

Area served: Kingston, Ottawa, the eastern Ontario region, and the province of Ontario.



2017-2018 Operating Plan
Document detailing progress toward Building Capacity & Moving Forward with a Person-Centred Approach

September, 2017

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2018-2019 Kingston Internship Consortium Brochure
Please note: This internship site agrees to abide by the APPIC policy that no person at this training facility will solicit, accept, or use any ranking-related information from any intern applicant.

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Horizon - Summer 2017
The summer 2017 edition of the Horizon is now available. Read it today!

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2016|2017 Annual Report
Keeping Vision 2020's Momentum Going

Click below to view Ongwanada's 2016-2017 Annual Report or stop by our Resource Centre to pick up a copy.

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