Youth to Adult Healthcare Transition Resources
Education Supports & Learning Services
Government of Alberta
Government of Alberta resources for students with disabilities, their parents, educators and other professionals.
Assessment and intervention services for children, youth, adults and families who struggle with learning, literacy and attention.
403-686-9300 (ext 100)
Calgary Board of Education
Provides Academic Success Programs (such as High School Upgrading and Summer School for Grades 10-12), Adult English Language Learning and non-credit Continuing Education for both professional and personal development.
Provides Community Access and Employment Services for adults with developmental disabilities to facilitate their inclusion in the community as valued, participating and contributing members.
Offers a variety of workshops for parents and educators, as well as summer camps for children and teens with learning disabilities and ADHD.
Offers distance education courses free of charge to blind and visually impaired students and their families and affordable tuition to blindness professionals.
Kids Cancer Care: Education Support
Helps children affected by cancer succeed in the classroom.
1-888-554-2267 (in Alberta)
AB Learning Information Service
A free post-secondary awareness program that helps students, parents and teachers learn about the importance, long-term benefits, and opportunities of post-secondary education.
National Educational Association of Disabled Students
Supports full access to education and employment for post-secondary students and graduates with disabilities across Canada.
The Jed Foundation
Information, tools and guidance to help students and their families prepare for the transition from high school to college.
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