9-8-8 the Canadian national suicide crisis helpline launched on November 30, 2023.
Click here to know how the service works.
Share your opinion and thoughts on the Canada Disability Benefit
Gateway Association Webinars Calendar to help with Employment, Family Resource Centre, Digital Literacy and Community Events/Partnerships:
Please note that the Family Resource Centre workshops run from September to June.
Learn where to donate your hair for children with hair loss!
Click here to learn more about where to donate your hair for children with hair loss!
Learn How to Make Your Care Map
Click here to learn more about how to make your care map.
United Nations Convention On The Rights Of The Child
Click here to learn more about the United Nations Convention On The Rights Of The Child.
Providing for a Lifetime
We provide guidance to families supporting dependents with a disability and family stewards to ensure effective access to all financial programs and government supports. We implement strategies to protect these supports and guide families through periods of transition and at all life stages. We create solutions that transcend generations, so families can enjoy today, embrace tomorrow and secure a comfortable, safe and healthy future for the whole family.
Click here to learn more about Securing the Future for Disabled Loved Ones.
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Are you prepared?
Here are some tools to help in your family emergency preparedness.
Planning and being prepared for an emergencya resource developed by the City of Calgary which experienced several natural disasters.
Emergency preparedness for persons with disabilitiesa downloadable guide from the City of Calgary which experienced several natural disasters.
Canadian emergency resources for people with disabilitieswith a list of help links and guides from the Government of Canada.
Learn about Autism in Alberta
The Autism Society Alberta offers support groups across Alberta:
- Father’s Autism Network: Every second Tuesday of the month; Email Lyndon for more information and to register.
Click here to learn more about Autism around Alberta.
Talking to Children about Suicide
A guide for parents, guardians and caregivers of children 12 years of age or younger
Click here to learn more about Talking to Children about Suicide.
Need accompaniment or help?
Register your family for Connection Kick Start© to get connected and access community resources and support services today.
Video entertainment programming to further inclusiveness and accessible communities.
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Better Nights, Better Days are recruiting 1000 families with children who experience sleeping problems
Click here to learn more.