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).
Vela Microboard Association dedicates itself to honouring the rights of, and eliminating the barriers for, people with disabilities. This includes the right to freedom, equality, control over their own lives, and to be fully included as valued citizens in the relationships and the opportunities of community life.
Provides support and information to families of individuals with autism and other related conditions.
A “Parents Helping Parents” support group for parents /guardians of children with developmental delays/disabilities.
The clinic takes a naturopathic approach to provide health solutions for a variety of diagnoses and conditions, including autism.
Westcoast supports the healthy development of children, families and their communities by providing child development and child care information, referrals, training and resources for parents, caregivers and others who provide services to children and families.
Our trained and certified instructors, guides, and assistants will help those with both physical and cognitive disabilities access the slopes of Whistler Blackcomb. Please join us to experience outdoor activity in a safe, friendly, and FUN way. We tailor our lessons to suit your needs, creating the best memories….again and again.
Provides psychological treatment using applied behaviour analysis. Applied behaviour analysis (ABA) is an approach within psychology that systematically uses the principles of learning to change socially significant behaviours.
Based in long-established premises on a quiet street in the centre of Purley, this new unit offers both residential and respite care including a day care service for adults (aged 18 to 65) with disabilities.
To improve communication and quality of life supporting independence and access to community life for adults and their families living with aphasia and other communication disorders due to stroke, brain injury or brain illness.