An Early Intervention Program featuring a full range of supports and services to preschool children with special needs in Calgary and surrounding areas.
A community based creative arts program for over 180 artists who happen to have developmental disabilities.
Calgary psychological practice that deals with patients with Asperger Syndrome and related disabilities.
An accredited independent private school meeting the unique educational needs of school-aged children with autism. The goal of the Janus Academy is to provide an intensive individualized educational program for each student.
Provides respite services for children with special needs in the Calgary area.
Offers specialized assessment and programming for children and youth who have difficulty acquiring fine and/or gross motor skills. The specialized KAMPS clinics and one-on-one assessments are led by Dr. Paulene Kamps and designed to help children and teens who struggle with poor motor coordination.
Provides services for children who have been diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder.
A registered charity that provides information and support for people with learning disabilities. A voluntary, not-for-profit organization of parents, professionals and other concerned people, the LDAA works locally through its chapters and provincially to promote understanding and improved services for children and adults with learning disabilities.
Dedicated to assisting in the education and social development of individuals with learning disabilities.
Provides family respite, residential care, complex behavior support and community outreach for those with developmental disabilities.
New Heights Early Learning Services is dedicated to developing learners who are able to be successfully integrated into regular-stream elementary schools of their choice. This means that the children will have learned strategies, skills and attitudes necessary to join age peers in group settings and succeed to the best of their abilities.
The PDD Alberta Provincial Board develops, implements, and evaluates a provincial plan for the delivery of supports to adults with developmental disabilities. The Provincial Board also coordinates, funds, monitors, and assesses Community Boards in the carrying out of their activities.
Established in 1985 to support independence, community inclusion and quality of life for people with disabilities. Developed with the input of the Calgary community and people who use our service, PASC today offers several innovative and interconnected services and initiatives.
Working with the child, family and community, Providence Children’s Centre provides the opportunity to build foundations that will last a lifetime.
Offers unique family therapy services to multi-stressed families, honours and respects their clients’ experiences, unique situations, needs and goals. A relational, family-centered practice that facilitates a unique narrative process for families to help them to realize and highlight their strengths and wisdom.