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News about the Hub and Autism in General

Starting November 1, Skills for Life and Work Skills Exploration sessions will begin!  The program schedule can be viewed at www.autism.ca.  We are still accepting new applicants for these seven week programs; please contact Treena Gower Foster at gowert@sta-ab.com to... Read more...

Beast Mode is more than a program, it is an experience! There is a wealth of research that suggests that individuals gain substantial health benefits from a combination of activities that include fitness, flexibility, and strength training exercises.

The EmploymentWorks Canada and CommunityWorks Canada® teams have been hard at work establishing vocational opportunities with a variety of new businesses and unique industries.

Did you know that during the month of October, business organizations, employers, and communities across Canada come together to promote and celebrate Disability Employment Awareness Month (DEAM)?  It is well established that a diverse workforce is a more effective workforce. In our community, DEAM is championed by the Calgary Employment First... Read more...

Hi Board Games Group families!

This is a reminder about the Board Games Group starting up next week on Thursday September 15th from 6:30pm to 8:30pm in the lobby of the Child Development Centre (Main floor, 3820 - 24 Avenue NW). We are so excited for this year! 

There is a one-time per year $50 donation to cover costs (a cheque... Read more...

It’s hard to believe that summer has ended and September is already fast upon us. While we’ve heard many fantastic stories about individuals going camping, vacationing in far off exotic places, and in one case, skydiving during a rainstorm, the EmploymentWorks Canada team have also been hard at work establishing vocational opportunities with a... Read more...

The Government of Canada believes that all Canadians deserve access to housing that meets their needs and that they can afford.

Achieving good housing outcomes for Canadians requires collaboration among many partners. Provinces and territories play an important role in housing. The Government of Canada is working with them to develop a... Read more...

by Teunisje Gruber, BScOT, MC

What do researchers need to know about living with autism and other neuro-developmental disabilities?  What should research in this area look like?

Your view counts!

The upcoming NeuroDevNet Brain Development Conference will include an individual and family engagement... Read more...

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