A child development centre and community resource for children with special needs and their caregivers.
Provides exemplary inclusive education and programs for children from Junior Kindergarten to the elementary grades, with support to families.
Dedicated to support and advocacy for people impacted by Rett Syndrome.
A non-profit society that provides services to people with disabilities. The Robin Hood Association is made up of families and friends of people with disabilities.
Provides a unique program dedicated to those struggling with autism spectrum disorders. Our goal is to help autistics attain the skills, confidence and motivation needed to participate more fully in life.
A national organization dedicated to building successful futures for adolescents and adults living with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Located in Calgary, AB.
Creating supportive environments for people with disabilities. Based in Edmonton.
A registered charity striving for excellence in the provision of individual treatment services for persons with autism and related developmental disorders and offering quality support, consultation and educational services to families and the community. The Society believes in treating individuals with dignity and respecting their right to full participation in the community.
Alberta’s special needs resource guide.
A Calgary Day Program service for adults who have moderate to severe developmental disabilities. The program operates Monday through Friday with services for the individuals we serve from 9 am to 3:30 pm.
Believes people with disabilities should be able to control their lives, their services and live to their maximum possible independence levels. These individuals should be integrated into their families, neighborhoods and communities and must be able to share the same experiences that other citizens enjoy.
To provide personalized support to assist people with disabilities to establish a fulfilling lifestyle within the community.
Based in Calgary, Alberta, The Ability Hub is focused on improving the quality of life and level of independence for adolescents and adults with a diagnosis of ASD. Through their new 17,000-square-foot, world-class facility, they have much to offer in the way of resources and support.
The primary goal of AASE is to create a formal network of service agencies which promotes the sharing of information and opportunities in the field of supported employment. We are an inclusive organization that supports the development and evolution of supported employment initiatives.
AARC’s mandate is to provide support to rehabilitation service providers of community-based services for people with disabilities. The goal is to ensure quality service delivery for clients. In fulfilling this mandate, AARC does not limit its support exclusively to its members. The association’s education, accreditation and advocacy efforts also have a positive effect on organizations outside the umbrella.