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Conceivable Dreams

Our goal is to help Canadians make families with more accessible and affordable treatment and support.

...How we do this...
Taking an active and visible leadership role, advocating for data collection through an ongoing engagement
Building awareness of and preparation for dealing with (in/)fertility issues and proactive interventions.

Working to educate government, stakeholders and patients to improve policies and procedures.

Most Canadian employers don’t provide any fertility benefits.

Those that do, provide an average lifetime payout of $3,250.

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What Others Are Saying

  • Conceivable Dreams Board of Directors Ellen Greenblatt
    This program has given hope to thousands of Ontarians who had given up on the idea of having a baby.
    Dr Ellen Greenblatt
  • Conceivable Dreams Board of Directors Dr Art Leader
    Ontario has taken important steps to make IVF more accessible, now employers need to come forward to provide fertility drug insurance for infertile patients.
    Dr. Art Leader
  • After 5 years of infertility, the failure of temping, drugs and IUI, I was devastated to think that the one possibility let to us — IVF — was financially so far out of our reach. Money was what stood between us and our child, and in Canada that did not seem right. Infertility is a medical issue with serious emotional costs.
  • Families who have been through the financial burden of IVF are often burnt out by the time they come to adoption.
    Pat Convery
    Executive Director of AdoptOntario