Dedicated to the promotion of quality of life for people with Pervasive Development Disorder/Autism and their families. Our educational resources, advocacy, and structured social opportunities are a benefit to families and professionals and make a significant contribution to our community.
Provides individual and group-based music therapy sessions/class packages, therapeutic drum circles, adaptive music lessons and non-music therapy programs such as: preschool programming, music class packages, choirs, sing alongs, entertainment and presentations in Winnipeg and surrounding areas.
A consumer-directed, university-affiliated centre dedicated to research, education and information dissemination on disability issues.
Dedicated to the full inclusion in the community of persons of all ages who live with an intellectual disability.
Community Living Winnipeg is an organization that works on behalf of families and individuals living with an intellectual disability.
Children’s Special Services provides support to families to care for children who have physical and/or mental disabilities.
The Province of Manitoba, with its community partners, has developed a continuum of programs and services for children, youth and families.
Promotes and enables the progressive process of citizens with disabilities taking the responsibilities for the development and management of personal and community resources.
A non-profit United Way of Winnipeg funded agency made up of parents, professionals, persons with learning disabilities and interested others.
Believes that all people deserve the opportunity to live and work in the community where they are respected and rewarded for their efforts, skills and accomplishments.
A registered charitable organization that provides children and their families with a range of quality treatment and support services since 1929. We are a child-centered, family-focused treatment agency, committed to a systemic approach in the delivery of our programs and services. Serves the cities of Winnipeg and Thompson.
Our purpose and mission is to develop and disseminate knowledge about behaviour analysis as a science. MABA’s interests lie in basic science focusing on principles governing human and nonhuman behaviour (i.e., the experimental analysis of behavior) as well as applied science focusing on application of those principles for improvement of socially important problems (i.e., the applied behaviour analysis), and disseminating this information to stimulate interest in and correct misunderstandings of behaviour analysis.
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.