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Organization: Tetra Society of North America - Peel Region Chapter - University of Toronto, Mississauga  
Phone Numbers: 1-604-688-6464 (Head office)
Toll-Free: 1-877-688-8762
Fax: 1-604-688-6463
425 Carrall St, Suite 318
Vancouver, BC
V6B 6E3
Street Address:
University of Toronto, Mississauga Campus
3359 Mississauga Rd
Intersection: Mississauga Rd and Dundas St W
Location: Mississauga
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Public Contacts: Glenn Barnes
Pat Tweedie - National Program Coordinator
604-688-6464 ext 108 *
Service Description: Tetra Devices for Disabilities Club (TDDC) is funded by the Tetra Society of North America, an organization for physically challenged individuals founded by Sam Sullivan (the 38th mayor of Vancouver)

Recruits skilled volunteers to create customized assistive devices for people with disabilities * assistive devices created by Tetra focus on improving quality of life by tackling barriers to mobility, personal care and communications
  • providing customized devices to overcome the physical challenges that stop the individual from doing something they wish to do
  • creating a platform where individuals with physical difficulties are able to express their talents and their thoughts hence raising their self esteem and confidence

Fees: Service * Donation * Volunteers offer their assistance free of charge but clients are responsible for expenses and/or material costs where applicable
Application: On line application available to request for assistance
Eligibility / Target Population: Clients with disabilities including children, adults, seniors and students
Languages: English
Area Served:
Peel Region  
See Also: Medical Equipment and Supplies - Sales and Rentals

This information was last completely updated on December 19, 2018

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Updated December 19, 2018
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