Ensures that all children and adults with special needs and seniors have the opportunity to gain a higher quality of life and become active participants in their community.port.
Alberta College of Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists
Promotes and supports adoption.
Provides consultation, assessment, and treatment to help children to succeed with their everyday activities. The Advance OT team currently consists of four Occupational Therapists and two Occupational Therapy Assistants.
AdaptAbilities strives to provide exceptional motor development and life skills programming for children with special needs. We are dedicated to establishing long-term relationships with our families through high quality services that build life-long skills.
A family based, non-profit organization representing the interests of children and adults with developmental disabilities and their families from across Alberta.
Works to strengthen member agencies and promotes attitudes, practices and conditions that contribute to quality services for vulnerable children and families.
Under the School Act, school boards are required to provide every resident student with an education. That includes providing access to special education programs for students with special needs.
ASERT is located in the School Psychology area in the Faculty of Education at the University of Calgary in Alberta, Canada. Under the direction of Dr. Adam McCrimmon, the group consists of researchers, clinicians, and professionals interested in understanding autism spectrum disorders and improving the lives of individuals with an autism spectrum disorder.
ASCC currently provides In-Home Respite, Out of Home Respite, Community Support, Life Skills Training, and Transitional Planning. ASCC also has a children/youth respite home called “Maitland House” that is located in Spruce Grove, Alberta. Maitland House provides 24 hour support for up to 30 days a year.
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Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped (AISH) provides financial and health benefits for adult Albertans with a permanent disability that severely impairs their ability to earn a living. The level of benefits depends on income and assets.
The AFS provides respite care in a recreational environment for families with children-teens-adults in the Autism/Aspergers/PDD spectrum in the Calgary area.
Provides support to families of persons with Autism Spectrum Disorders, resource for interested professionals, educators and care givers, provides single voice for families of persons with Autism Spectrum Disorders, creates general awareness and provide education.
Autism Partnership was formed in 1994 to provide effective services to families with children with autism. Based upon our founders’ extensive experience in providing behavioural treatment to children, adolescents and adults with ASD, we have developed a comprehensive program that provides a variety of services.
The Autism Research Training (ART) Program is funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Strategic Training Initiative in Health Research (STIHR), with supplemental funding from the Sinneave Family Foundation. Its goal is to recruit and train outstanding researchers in the field of autism, in disciplines such as genetics, brain imaging, epidemiology, neurology, psychiatry, psychology and others.