Housing Task Force gets to Work

Members of the Developmental Services Housing Task Force are rolling up their sleeves and getting to the task at hand.

On September 22, 2014, the housing task force met for the first time in Toronto to map out their work for the next 18 months.

The task force will review proposals and make recommendations on innovative housing solutions for adults with developmental disabilities. The best ideas could be funded through the provincial government’s $810 million investment strategy for developmental services. The cross-sector task force will also develop online resources to help people access information and collaborate on housing solutions.

The 19 volunteer members draw on a wealth of experience from the developmental services and housing sectors. University of Toronto professor Ron Pruessen, a strong advocate for people with developmental disabilities, chairs the task force.

If you have any questions about the task force, please contact Allan Devlin at or 416-325-1950.

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