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The Advocate represents the rights, interests and viewpoints of persons with disabilities.
Housing options and financial help for Albertans with low income.
Contact a service coordinator in your area to get supports for adults with acquired brain injury.
CAPCC helps adult Albertans in facility-based continuing care engage with their communities to reduce social and cultural isolation.
Celebrating people with disabilities in the workplace.
Provides supports to help people with disabilities succeed in school and find rewarding careers.
Family resource centres help you navigate and access disability supports and services in Alberta.
The FSCD program works with eligible families to provide support and services based on each child and family’s needs.
Learn about FASD, find programs and services in Alberta, and access FASD training and education resources.
Apply for 1-year paid government work experience that offers professional development and network building opportunities.
A parking placard allows a person to use disabled parking stalls that are closer to the entrances.
PDD helps adults with developmental disabilities to live as independently as possible in their community.
How to get a service dog, find service dog training, testing and approved organizations, and how to interact with service dogs in public.
Helping adult Albertans with disabilities access specialized services in their communities.
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