Promotes and supports adoption.
A family based, non-profit organization representing the interests of children and adults with developmental disabilities and their families from across Alberta.
Professional Social Workers in the North are found in many settings. Areas of practice include child protection, adoption, services to the aged and handicapped, alcohol and drug counseling, income support,
child and family therapies, mental health services, correctional services and social planning. There are few specialists – most social workers are called upon to provide a wide spectrum of services.
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.
A provincial, charitable organization, dedicated to providing quality treatment, educational and advocacy services to individuals with autism spectrum disorder and their families. We are committed to assisting individuals realize their potential.
An Ottawa region consultation service that was created especially for the parents of children with autism. Its first goal is to empower these parents to take control of their child’s progress while making changes to the family’s natural environment.
A member-driven, not-for-profit organization dedicated to meeting the needs of people with developmental disabilities, their families and their friends.
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
Branch of the Alberta Government that provides services to children with disabilities.
A province-wide organization whose purpose is to support and strengthen families faced with the extraordinary circumstances that come with having a family member who has a disability.
Offers a broad range of assessment and therapeutic services to all people with special needs irrespective of their developmental stage. Their unique programming offers behaviour intervention, social and life skills training, academic support, and other services to youth of all ages.
A provincial non-profit organization which works on behalf of children and adults with an intellectual disability and their families.
Works with and on behalf of individuals with a developmental disability and their families.
Promotes and regulates the practice of social work so its members can provide a high standard of service that respects diversity, promotes social justice, and enhances the worth, self- determination and potential of individuals, families and communities.
The four sections of the Family and Children’s Services Division provide a range of services to children, youth and their families. These services provide community-based, prevention-oriented supports for both children and families.