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 Here to Help

Resources found here are links to various Non-Profit and Community organizations that we have had the pleasure of connecting with and donating our workbook to. While we do not endorse any one specific resource, we are a firm believer of working together to help connect Parents, Aides, Families, Etc. with resources needed to help our loved ones. We do encourage others to check out what they may be able to help you with.

Children’s Link is known and valued for offering resources, information, connections and hope to families and professionals in the disabilities community. 

We know that strong, stable homes and relationships are critical to people’s success and wellbeing. That’s why preserving and reunifying families is at the heart of everything we do.

AAFS provides respite care in a social and recreational environment for children, youth and adults on the spectrum of Autism; this includes, but is not limited to, Autism, Aspergers, Pervasive Developmental Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Non-Verbal Learning Disorder.

Inclusion Alberta resource Place

Advocating for quality inclusive education where children with developmental disabilities are welcomed and supported in regular classrooms.

Aide Canada Library

Borrow free books, audiobooks, eBooks and more from the AIDE Canada Library. The library is open to everyone in Canada. Learn more AIDE is funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada

Can Learn is a Literacy and mental health resource

Unlocking potential so all can learn. Since 1979 CanLearn has been helping children, youth and adults with learning, literacy, attention and related mental health challenges.

Adrenal Alternatives Foundation

We are a patient empowerment organization providing advocacy and access for all cortisol care options.

Families Matter

We strengthen families by creating learning opportunities that build confidence, competence and connection through life’s transitions.

Cerebral Palsy Alberta enriches and supports the lives of children and adults with disabilities through their health and wellness programs, and free support services. They also collaborate with other organizations to promote awareness, acceptance and understanding for persons with disabilities to live, learn and work in the community.


The Family Library is in the Family & Community Resource Centre (FCRC), on the 2nd floor of the Alberta Children’s Hospital. The library has books and DVDs on different child and family health topics selected for families and children of all ages. We also have a collection of children and young adult books for you to enjoy while visiting the hospital.


The Birth Injury Justice Center is dedicated to supporting anyone who has been affected by birth injuries, brain injuries, cerebral palsy, Erb’s palsy, and other developmental disabilities.

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Mesothelioma Veterans Center strives to connect mesothelioma patients and their families with the resources they need most. Our team has two decades of experience and has helped over 1,000 families affected by mesothelioma.

Our team of Patient Advocates strive to help patients understand their mesothelioma diagnosis and available treatment options by connecting them with top doctors and cancer centers near them. 

Mesothelioma Veterans Center also helps families find health care and financial benefits to help them pay for their treatment and secure their family’s financial future. Our team can also connect patients and their families with emotional support options to help the whole family navigate the unique journey that is a mesothelioma diagnosis.

A cancer diagnosis can be very difficult for a family to navigate. It can be especially difficult to tell your child that their loved one has terminal cancer. That said, there are many ways to support your children as they face the challenge of a sick loved one. Learn more about tips you can use when talking to your children about cancer.

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