Paula Duhatschek · CBC News · Posted: Nov 01, 2018
Mike Moffatt is pictured with his son, Mats. Moffatt says he applied in February to get help for his son through a provincial program called Special Services at Home. He was told this week that he wouldn’t be able to get help until at least next April. (Submitted)
An Ontario dad is calling on the government to “be honest with parents” after he says he was told this week that a provincial program for children with disabilities had run out of cash for the year.
Mike Moffatt’s three-year-old son, Mats, has autism. In February this year, Moffatt applied for funding through the province’s Special Services at Home (SSAH) program to help pay for home modifications and other supports.