Resources

Finding the information you need to raise a child who has a disability is not always easy. We know there are other community-based organizations and programs with information in addition to what we can provide. Providence has partnerships with many of these and we encourage you to visit their websites and contact them for additional help.

Pathways to Success are information sheets developed by Providence, with helpful strategies for parents and caregivers of young children. The Pathways to Success program is generously supported by our friends at TELUS:

Other Resources

Alberta Children’s Hospital
ACH is the only freestanding, exclusively pediatric facility and research centre between British Columbia and Winnipeg. You can also telephone 403-943-7211.

Autism Calgary Association
Autism Calgary Association helps families find the information they need to make informed choices. You can also call 403-250-5173.

Calgary Cerebral Palsy Association
The Association works to provide understanding, support, and resources to individuals and their families affected by Cerebral Palsy.

Calgary SCOPE Society
SCOPE provides in-home information, support and consultation for developmentally delayed, behavioural, social, or emotional challenges.

Canadian Down Syndrome Society
CDSS is a resource, linking parents and professionals, through advocacy, education and information. You can also telephone 403-270-8500 or toll free 1-800-883-5608.

Children’s Link
Comprehensive information on resources available to children with disabilities and their families. Children’s Link also coordinates social activities for parents. You can also telephone 403-230-9158.

Deaf & Hard of Hearing Society
A registered charity that supports the Deaf and Hard of Hearing communities in Alberta.

Family Support for Children with Disabilities (FSCD)
(403) 297-6022

Learning Disabilities Association of Alberta
Learning disabilities can affect many areas of life. The Association offers programs that help people with learning disabilities reach their personal potential.