The purpose of the Autism Resource Centre (ARC) is to make available and accessible social support, self-help, public education, and a broad array of resources for persons with autism and their families. This includes a lending library for information, books, toys, and other educational resource materials.
Promotes public awareness, understanding and acceptance of persons with autism/pdd while providing support to families for the realization of services and programs within their community.
A non-profit community based organization which was founded in April 2006 by a group of parents and professionals in response to the need for assistance to a growing number of families, caregivers and children with a diagnosis of autism within our region.
Un centre de ressources qui encourage et supporte les personnes handicapées à atteindre l’autonomie en leur offrant les outils nécessaires afin d’avoir la possibilité d’examiner ses options, de faire des choix, de prendre leurs propres décisions et d’en assurer la responsabilité.
The College has two distinct functions: the promotion as well as the regulation of the professional practice of psychology in New Brunswick.
Workshops, summer camps, social skills groups, parent group, resource library, Teach Me Language, family support, parent group, music therapy.
Supports individuals who have autism towards self-realization and emotional confidence by offering gentle guidance and opportunity through expressive therapies and the surrounding environment. Located in St. Andrews.
Has been serving the Saint John area since 1929. The Agency is a private, not-for-profit organization helping men, women, children and families manage the challenges of today’s living conditions
A charitable, non-profit organization dedicated to supporting persons diagnosed with Down syndrome and their families.
Provides support services for a variety of disabilities, preschool services for children with autism, workshops and seminars, and a daycare.
Promotes the understanding and acceptance of the ability of persons with learning disabilities to lead meaningful and successful lives
A not-for-profit agency in Miramichi, New Brunswick, which assists and supports individuals with intellectual disabilities.
New Brunswick Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists
Neurodiverse psychologist Iain Dolan specializes in assessing adults. This service is only available for adults who are in Alberta, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, or the Yukon.
A provincial non-profit organization which works on behalf of children and adults with an intellectual disability and their families.