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Other Disabilities Resources in Alberta

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".

Progressive Alternatives Society of Calgary

Established in 1985 to support independence, community inclusion and quality of life for people with disabilities. Developed with the input of the Calgary community and people who use our service, PASC today offers several innovative and interconnected services and initiatives.

Re-STORY-ing Family Services

Offers unique family therapy services to multi-stressed families, honours and respects their clients’ experiences, unique situations, needs and goals. A relational, family-centered practice that facilitates a unique narrative process for families to help them to realize and highlight their strengths and wisdom.

Robin Hood Association

A non-profit society that provides services to people with disabilities. The Robin Hood Association is made up of families and friends of people with disabilities.

Skills Society

Creating supportive environments for people with disabilities. Based in Edmonton.

Society for Treatment of Autism

A registered charity striving for excellence in the provision of individual treatment services for persons with autism and related developmental disorders and offering quality support, consultation and educational services to families and the community. The Society believes in treating individuals with dignity and respecting their right to full participation in the community.

Special Kidz

Alberta’s special needs resource guide.

St. Paul Abilities Network

Believes people with disabilities should be able to control their lives, their services and live to their maximum possible independence levels. These individuals should be integrated into their families, neighborhoods and communities and must be able to share the same experiences that other citizens enjoy.

The Edmonton Down Syndrome Society

The mission of the Edmonton Down Syndrome Society is to benefit persons with Down syndrome and their families by providing information and support, facilitating services, and promoting inclusion through public awareness and advocacy, in collaboration with community partners.

The Road Ahead Society

The Road Ahead Society Of Calgary is a family organization committed to supporting persons with disabilities as they develop meaningful relationships in the community, build positive lives, and create their vision for a sustainable future.

The Vocational and Rehabilitation Research Institute (VRRI)

A leading-edge, registered not-for-profit charitable research and service agency that has been meeting the needs of persons with disabilities and the community-at-large since 1969. Affiliated with the University of Calgary, the VRRI is recognized as a leader in the field of disability services and research.


Transitions believes in supporting individuals with developmental delays and disabilities to achieve a full life and our services are organized to deliver on those beliefs. As an infant or child, Transitions focuses equal attention on parent and family support to promote a nurturing environment that is rich in learning opportunity. As an adult, the focus becomes independent living and relationship building. Always, these services are offered with concern for health and safety.