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PDD helps adults with developmental disabilities get services to live as independently as possible in their community.
The OPGT provides services, tools and support for personal and financial matters to vulnerable Albertans and their families.
Financial support and assistance, health benefits, service dogs, daily living and housing supports.
Advocating for, supporting, and elevating the Community Disability Services sector in Alberta
Financial and health benefits for eligible Albertans with a permanent medical condition that prevents them from earning a living.
Inclusion Alberta is a family-based non-profit federation that advocates on behalf of children and adults with developmental disabilities and their families. Together, we share a dream of meaningful family life and community inclusion for individuals with developmental disabilities.
We are currently offering CMHA Recovery College classes through online virtual delivery. Usually, we have a variety of courses to choose from, there is something for everyone.
Working with workbooks and a trained coach to guide you and encourage you to reflect, BounceBack® can help you build skills to improve your mental health.
Want to improve your own mental well being or increase your awareness of complex mental health issues?
Get mental health training or explore the science and psychology behind human development with our online mental health and psychology courses.
where they offer a wide range of activities, services and resources both in person and online. There are many scheduled and diverse activities available. Check back regularly or join their mailing list.
“Who doesn’t love a library? It is a place you can go in any town and discover the world.” – Pat MacEnulty
Access your health and information online
Access 2 Card Program
Online Foundation Course on FASD
A navigation hub for FASD services in Alberta, Canada.
Some of these tools do not apply to Alberta
Information on Autism, professional development opportunities and resources.
American source with learning opportunities and resources.
Researchers at the Azrieli Adult Neurodevelopmental Centre have teamed up with the Ontario Provincial Network and Developmental Disabilities to bring you the Cultivating Community Wellness Initiative.
As part of this initiative, Sue Hutton, a mindfulness expert, has launched a podcast featuring staff from Developmental Services in Ontario. The podcast will explore ways to support staff during this time and explore mindfulness tools to help support well being.
If you are considering continuing education or looking to enhance or change your career, Olds College’s continuing education programs are a great place to begin. We offer short courses, distance learning, evening classes and online programs to accommodate your busy lifestyle.
A success story for every learner.
We offer a wide range of highly interactive courses that you can take entirely over the Internet. All of our courses are led by expert instructors, many of whom are nationally known authors. Our online courses are affordable, fun, fast, convenient, and geared just for you.
Foothills Academy School is a Designated Special Education Private School for students in grades 3 to 12, all of whom have diagnosed Learning Disabilities. They work to ensure that all of our students reach their true potential and become the outstanding and successful young people whom they deserve to be.
Medical alert systems can provide peace of mind for caregivers caring for an aging loved one, or family member with disabilities or mobility issues.
Some alert systems include mobile applications, automatic fall alert detection, real time location services and more.
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