Resources - français

Présenté le 13 septembre, 2016 - Certains de vos clients seraient éligibles pour recevoir une indemnisation dans le cadre du recours collectif, Clegg c. Ontario. Le recours collectif implique douze institutions, gérées par la province ontarienne, et les préjudices subis par les personnes vivant dans un ou plus d'un des douze institutions. Ces institutions sont souvent reconnues comme des institutions aux fins de l'annexe 1 parce qu'elles étaient gérées en vertu de l'annexe de l'ancienne Loi sur les services aux personnes ayant une déficience intellectuelle et d'autres lois antérieures. La poursuite est maintenant réglée et les anciens résidents peuvent maintenant remplir un formulaire de réclamation afin d'obtenir une indemnisation, mais il y a des dates limites pour compléter certains éléments du processus de la demande. Le webinaire, présenté par ARCH Disability Law Centre, nous donne un aperçu de ceux qui sont éligibles à une indemnisation, les étapes dans le processus de la demande, l'obtention des dossiers des établissements, ainsi que plusieurs autres renseignements touchant sur le formulaire de réclamation.

This webinar is available in English at:
http://yourlegalrights.on.ca/webinar/can-your-client-make-claim-compensation-under-schedule-1-class-action-settlement

Available in:
English, français (français)
Produced In:
2016
Format:
Webinar

This section of the Ministry of Community and Social Services website explains when and how to appeal a decision about your case. It has a link to the appeal form you'll need, and provides phone numbers you can use to get help.

Available in:
English, français (français)
Produced In:
2016
Format:
Web

This overview of Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) benefits answers these questions:

  • What benefits does the WSIB pay?
  • Who qualifies for benefits?
  • What is income replacement insurance?
  • When do loss of earnings (LOE) payments apply?
  • Does the LOE benefit always stay the same?

Note: Versions of this resource in many other languages are provided on the webpage by Google Translate.

Available in:
English, français (français)
Produced In:
2016
Format:
Web

Recorded on July 13, 2016 - Some of your clients may be able to make claims under the settlement of this class action lawsuit, Clegg v. Ontario.  The lawsuit dealt with abuse of people who lived at twelve institutions operated by the province of Ontario. These are often referred to as Schedule 1 institutions, because they were designated to provide services to persons with disabilities under Schedule 1 of the former Developmental Services Act, or predecessor legislation. The Developmental Services Act has been replaced by the Services and Supports to Promote the Social Inclusion of Persons with Developmental Disabilities Act.

The lawsuit recently settled and former residents can now claim compensation, but there are timelines for completing various steps in the process. This webinar, presented by ARCH Disability Law Centre, gives an overview of who might be affected, what steps are involved in the claims process, and where and how to access assistance for clients who wish to make claims.

**Note: This claims process is similar to that used for settlements related to three other Schedule 1 facilities, the Huronia, Rideau and Southwestern Regional Centre class actions. However some key aspects are different.

Please note that ARCH is assisting persons with disabilities with the claims process. Please check ARCH’s website for information on how you can book an appointment for a person who may be eligible to make a claim. Since the recording of this webinar, we have confirmed that institutional file request can also be made by email to: cate.parker@ontario.ca

Please note: This webinar is available in French at: 
http://yourlegalrights.on.ca/webinar/can-your-client-make-claim-compensation-under-schedule-1-class-action-settlement

Available in:
English, français (français)
Produced In:
2016
Format:
Booklet/PDF, Video

The Consumer Handbook is intended to help you become a better-informed and more confident consumer. It offers information on a wide range of topics such as online shopping, contracts, housing and home renovations, identity theft, collection agencies, and much more, to help you build your buying skills. 

Available in:
English, français (français)
Produced In:
2016
Format:
Web

The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) requires that a person must obey certain obligations to get disability insurance benefits from the WSIB. This section of the WSIB website addresses these topics and questions:

  • What are the activities the injured worker must co-operate with?
  • Leaves and Vacations
  • Failure to co-operate -- what could happen?

Note: Versions of this resource in many other languages are provided on the webpage by Google Translate.

Available in:
English, français (français)
Produced In:
2016
Format:
Web

This 5-part (45-minute) eLearning series is for public, private, and not-for-profit sectors, and uses interactive videos, short documents, and scenarios. The contents include:

  • Part 1 - Introduction
  • Part 2 - Reducing the Potential for Conflict
  • Part 3 - Examples of Competing Rights Situations
  • Part 4 - Key Legal Principles
  • Part 5 - Framework For Resolving Issues in Organizations
Available in:
English, français (français)
Produced In:
2016
Format:
Video

This booklet explains what a continuing power of attorney for property is, reasons to make one, and what can happen if you do not. Topics include: how to make a continuing power of attorney for property; when an attorney can make decisions; what kind of decisions they can make; and where to get forms, legal information, and help.

Available in:
English, français (français)

This booklet provides information on the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) disability pension for workers who can no longer work because of a physical or mental disability. Topics include who can get a disability pension, how to apply, other available benefits, and where to get help if refused.

Available in:
English, français (français)

The Criminal Injuries Compensation Board (CICB) web site has information about financial compensation for victims of violent crimes and deceased victims' family members who qualify under the Compensation for Victims of Crime Act. The site, redesigned in 2016, includes information on:

  • CICB Application and Hearing Process,
  • Forms and filings and  
  • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Available in:
English, français (français)
Produced In:
2016
Format:
Web