Montreal’s Adaptech Research Network consists of a team of academics, students and consumers. We conduct research involving college and university students with a variety of disabilities in Canada. We are based at Dawson College in Montreal and have been in existence since 1996.View full article for Adaptech Research Network
The Yellow Door Choir is renowned for its support of local non-profit organizations. It is unique for its eclecticism, each performance offering a vast array of musical styles, cultures, and languages.View full article for Two Benefit- Concerts for Independent Living-Montreal
Your gift makes a big difference In 2015, the IL-M team delivered more than 900 services to people with disabilities. Our individual and group activities provided information, advice and support on finding: •Employment • Accessible transport • Place to live • Way around bureaucracy • Solutions to life issues. Two easy ways to make a …Continue reading Fundraising Campaign
Barrier-Free Canada/Canada Sans Barrieres (BFC/CSB) advocates for the Canadian Parliament to enact a strong and effective Canadians with Disabilities Act (CDA) to achieve a barrier-free Canada for all persons with disabilities.View full article for Barrier-Free Canada
Promoting inclusion and developing a better understanding of the reality of using a wheelchair through video.View full article for Wheelchair CAM
Thanks to the Canada Summer Jobs program, Independent Living Montreal IL-M will hire a student expert and passionate on Information and Communications Technology (ICT), to offer one-to-one consultations and group workshops.View full article for Computer workshops are back this summer!
Help us to continue our mission! Through your generosity, Independent Living – Montreal will continue its mission to “to promote the independence and inclusion of people with all types of disabilities, by offering opportunities for self-development, skill acquisition, and access to information in both English and French”.View full article for Fundraising Campaign