Check out this article on the 2012 Festival from Tandem Online Magazine:

With the festival going strong for the past 10 years, organizers hope to expand it in the next decade so that barriers are broken and art is appreciated by all who are capable of creating it and beyond. “We think we’re just hitting our stride now and the hope is that we’ll move more and more into the mainstream. Starting next year, we’d like to tour the festival and really spread it out so that it takes place over several weekends throughout the province. As many obstacles as there are for people with disabilities to fulfill themselves in a bigger centre like Toronto, the farther from the centre you get the greater the obstacles through communication are,” says Rina.