This site is devoted to providing ABA resource materials to children involved in an ABA program.
If you or someone you care for has a learning difficulty or learning disability, you’ll find extensive information and advice on this site.
Under the School Act, school boards are required to provide every resident student with an education. That includes providing access to special education programs for students with special needs.
Advocating for equal opportunities in education for post-secondary students with disabilities. Our association is made up of persons with disabilities who were able to attend regular classes in elementary and secondary school and who, as a result, had the option to pursue post-secondary education.
To develop, enhance, and support the growth and vitality of behavior analysis through research, education and practice.
AECENL is a non-profit organization dedicated to professionalism in Early Childhood Education (ECE) and to quality child care and education for young children.
The purpose of Beyond the Box Basics is to encourage awareness of abilities and to provide information on the “how to” of successfully involving children/students with diverse needs. Presentations will be individually tailored to meet the needs and numbers of the workshop participants.
Offers a holistic program of support that includes a complete academic program (K-12) through partnerships with distributed learning schools, behaviour intervention, life skills training, therapeutic recreation, and opportunities to develop social and emotional awareness.
The College has two distinct functions: the promotion as well as the regulation of the professional practice of psychology in New Brunswick.
Dedicated to the full inclusion in the community of persons of all ages who live with an intellectual disability.
Yukon government Department of Education site with information on educational programs.
The TEACCH approach includes a focus on the person with autism and the development of a program around this person’s skills, interests, and needs.
Adult Special Education (ASE) programs are offered for people with special needs, or barriers to employment, at Douglas College.
Works in partnership with many community agencies to offer a variety of programs and services that promote positive parenting and early childhood development to families with young children ages 0-6 years. Offers parent education, programs for young children to learn and play, family support services, as well as information and referral to other programs/services in the community that may benefit families.
Provides a family centered, home-based early education program, which will assist the child with special needs in the successful transition to a community school and promotes public education in support of inclusion and inclusive communities.