Information about Alberta Education supports for all children, including providing access to special education programs for students with special needs.
An international organization leading autism science and advocacy, dedicated to funding research into the causes, prevention, treatments and a cure for autism. Check out the excellent new ‘video glossary’.
We are a family-focused community leader that provides support, resources, and opportunities to children and families living with physical disabilities, including cerebral palsy, throughout their life journey.
A central source of information for families of children with special needs in the Calgary area and the Rocky View Region.
Branch of the Alberta Government that provides services to children with disabilities.
Activities & Visuals
Find a collection of pictures, visuals, songs, games and stories from a network of teachers and clinicians from around the globe.
Create your own visuals for free with their easy to use online tool. Plus a handful of additional resources and forums to connect with your community.
Check out the Materials Exchange for tons of visuals, games and activities to promote speech and language development.
Family & Parent Support
Provides families, healthcare providers, and community members access to reliable and comprehensive information, resources and supports related to children’s health and well-being. Check out the list of Community Education Sessions for child, youth and family mental health.
Workshops and educational supports with the goal of enabling parents and professionals to transform their daily interactions with young children to build the best possible lifelong social, language and literacy skills. This includes children with or at risk of language delays and those on the autism spectrum.
Happier Families, better relationships, successful kids. Triple P is a flexible, practical program that helps develop skills, strategies and confidence to handle challenging parenting situations.
Sinneave operates The Ability Hub, a 17,000-square-foot space located on The University of Calgary campus. The Ability Hub is a true hub of innovation and collaboration where Sinneave is actively involved in program development and service delivery, and where they host partner organizations and activities that support the transition to adulthood for autistic individuals.
Provides support to families of persons with Autism Spectrum Disorders, and resources for interested professionals, educators and caregivers.
CLS is committed to ensuring persons with developmental disabilities have dignity, rights and freedom.
Committed to improving lives for persons with developmental disabilities in Calgary and area for over 15 years.
A charitable family-based organization formed to better the lives of individuals with ADD/ADHD and those who care for them.
A non-profit, registered, charitable organization dedicated to including people with developmental disabilities into the community in real and meaningful ways.
Supporting Children and Adults with Developmental Disabilities for 60+ Years, Inclusion Alberta is a family-based non-profit advocacy organization that supports families and individuals in their desire to be fully included in community life. Together, we share a dream of meaningful family life and community inclusion for individuals with developmental disabilities.
Respite & Recreation
AAFS provides respite care in a social and recreational environment for children, youth and adults on the spectrum of autism, facilitating the implementation of programming where our youth can choose their own adventures.
Enables participants to experience a sense of belonging and an enhanced quality of life. This is accomplished by providing quality social and recreational opportunities focusing on children and young adults with disabilities.
Provides respite services for children with special needs in the Calgary area.
Lead Foundation’s Picky Eating Webinar Series
Welcome to Lead Foundation’s online resources to help support your child’s eating. These webinars have been created by Lead Foundation’s Occupational Therapy Team. Please use these resources in consultation with your child’s therapy team at Lead Foundation. If you would like further information please contact your child’s Occupational Therapist with Lead.