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At the MNjcc, we believe in a community where everyone acknowledges and respects differences and celebrates contributions. All of our programs are open to people of all abilities.  Want to swim in our saltwater pool, sing in a choir, or attend a lecture? We strive to remove barriers to making all of our programs accessible. In the spirit of “Nothing About Us Without Us”, we work with our Community Advisory Committee on Access and Inclusion, and our Youth Advisory Committee on Access and Inclusion to co-design programs by and for people with disabilities and their families.  Based on a community needs assessment, and thanks to the support of the Wagner Green Family Trust, we have a particular focus on supporting youth with developmental disabilities ages 18-35, with a focus on arts-based and wellness programming. We also produce the ReelAbiltiies Toronto Film Festival celebrating Deaf and Disability Cultures, and the ReelEducation Program, which brings free films and programming about equity and inclusion to schools. 


Generously Supported by The Wagner Green Family Trust

Participate in different activities both inside the MNjcc and on community outings ... check-in with your friends and meet new people! For youth 18-35 with developmental disabilities and/or ASD, and open to all. 

Find a list of community and partner organizations as well as info about Jewish Disability Access, Awareness and Inclusion Month.

Photography, musical theatre, educational workshops and more! Young adults with developmental disabilities and/or ASD will work closely with experts and instructors to create and learn a variety of topics!

ReelAbilities is the first and largest festival of its kind in Canada, celebrating the stories, voices and talents of artists and filmmakers from the disabled and Deaf communities. 

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