A non-profit organization that Educates, Supports and Advocates for children with LD and/or AD(H)D and their families.
The Learning Disabilities Association of BC, serving the cities of Vancouver, Burnaby and Richmond (LDA)is a non-profit organization committed to fostering the full potential of persons with learning disabilities.
A non-profit United Way of Winnipeg funded agency made up of parents, professionals, persons with learning disabilities and interested others.
A non-profit, membership-funded, non-partisan organization incorporated in 1974. Our mission is to advocate for a quality system of child care, to advance early childhood education as a profession, and to provide services to our members.
To advance best practises in providing services for individuals with exceptional needs and support persons working to achieve best practices.
Provides information and contacts for parents, teachers, resource teachers, schools and school divisions regarding special education, funding, published documents and educational programming.
A leader in the Ottawa region in education for students with learning disabilities. Following the Orton-Gillingham methodology, your child will receive a multi-sensory program that provides results and success.
Committed to providing students with documented disabilities reasonable, equitable, and safe accessibility to programs and services offered by the College.
An educational organization based in British Columbia, Canada. Our site is designed to help teachers, parents and para-professionals access information about autism, the B.C. school system’s resources, how the POP works, and some links to other autism sites.
This program is designed to educate professional workers who will support, facilitate, and enhance the development of children and adults with various disabilities.
The mandate of the Department is to advance the social, economic and personal well-being of Saskatchewan people. This is accomplished through leadership and support programs from Early Childhood Development, through Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 12, to technical training and post-secondary education, and public library services.
The Special Needs Opportunity Windows or SNOW Project is a provider of online resources and professional development opportunities for educators and parents of students with special needs.
SET-BC is a Ministry of Education Provincial Resource Program. We assist school districts in British Columbia in meeting the technology needs of students with physical disabilities, visual impairments, and autism.
STEPS Forward has a mandate to promote and support students with intellectual disabilities in inclusive post secondary education.
Provides an inclusive educational alternative to young adults with moderate to severe developmental disabilities by encouraging and supporting them to participate in a post-secondary experience. Also provides continuing support to the graduates of the post-secondary education program in a workplace environment (Graduate Support Services).