Autism Resources

Not all our resources and tools are autism-specific; they can be helpful with disabilities as well. Search our resources section for all information pertaining to "other disabilities".

ABA Educational Resources

This site is devoted to providing ABA resource materials to children involved in an ABA program.

ABC Kids OT

An Occupational Therapy clinic, featuring a large sensory integration gym in a unique home-setting.  The home-setting offers comfort to both the caregiver and the child, as well as a big backyard with a trampoline and ample room for outdoor fun.

Ability Society

Ensures that all children and adults with special needs and seniors have the opportunity to gain a higher quality of life and become active participants in their community.port.

About Learning Disabilities

If you or someone you care for has a learning difficulty or learning disability, you’ll find extensive information and advice on this site.

AccessWorks

Document Accessibility and User Experience Testing initiative that employs people with disabilities. If you want your PDF and MS Office documents repaired so that they’re accessible, or if you want real-world user feedback about the usability of your site, our highly trained AccessWorks team can help, just ask.

ACIS Children’s Intervention Services

An organization devoted to providing information, workshops, training and holistic intervention to families and children with Autism/PDD and other developmental disorders.

ACT (Autism Community Training)

A province-wide information and referral service created to support families of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. We offer families (and professionals) a wide range of positive and practical information on everything from sleep problems and diet, to core issues such as diagnosis and aspects of intervention, including information on setting up programs for their children.

Alberta AdaptAbilities Association

AdaptAbilities strives to provide exceptional motor development and life skills programming for children with special needs. We are dedicated to establishing long-term relationships with our families through high quality services that build life-long skills.

Alberta Association for Community Living

A family based, non-profit organization representing the interests of children and adults with developmental disabilities and their families from across Alberta.

Alexander Society

Provides arts-based educational programs to children and teens with special needs, resources for people working with special needs populations, organizes workshops and special guest speakers, produces materials such as videos and workbooks, and promotes the inclusion of people with special needs into their communities.

Alpha Bee

Provides quality evidence-based behaviour programs and services to children and youth with autism and other developmental exceptionalities through direct services, training of family members and consultation to the community. Offers treatment centres in Etobicoke and Hamilton and home based IBI in the GTA, Peel, Halton, York regions and the City of Hamilton.

Alternative Choices

An independent practice offering counseling and  psychotherapy with experienced, dedicated psychotherapists and licensed psychologists to children, adolescents and adults.  Since each individual and family is unique, our treatment strategies are tailored to address that uniqueness and help you get on the road to healing and growth.  Effective psychotherapy is empowering.

Am Vans (Adaptive Mobility Systems)

Handicap Vans, Wheelchair Vans, Accessible Vans with Wheelchair Lifts and Ramp Van Conversions for Sale. Every New or Used Handicapped Vehicle is Equipped with a New Wheelchair Accessible Handicap Conversion.

American Hyperlexia Association

A non-profit organization comprised of parents and relatives of children with hyperlexia, speech and language professionals, education professionals, and other concerned individuals with the common goal of identifying hyperlexia, promoting and facilitating effective teaching techniques both at home and at school, and educating the general public as to the existence of the syndrome called hyperlexia.