Below are a number of helpful resources for families.
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Promotes understanding, acceptance and full community inclusion for people with autism in British Columbia, while providing support for the realization of the rights and informed choices of individuals with autism and their families.
ACT is a registered not-for-profit society providing province-wide information, referral services, and support to families of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
The BCASLPA represents the interest of the professions of Speech/Language Pathology and Audiology and to promote the highest quality of service for the communicatively impaired in British Columbia.
Community Options for Children and Families is a welcoming, innovative organization that provides a wide range of services to people with developmental disabilities, their families and their caregivers on South Vancouver Island. We work in partnership with other organizations, individuals and government to ensure the inclusion of all people in our community.
Cerebral palsy is a developmental disorder and leading cause of disability in young children. It affects approximately 500,000 children and adults, with around 8,000 babies and between 1,200 and 1,500 preschool-age children diagnosed each year.
The Ministry of Children and Family Development’s Website provides a list of programs and services provided for children with special needs, including autism.
The Ministry of Education Website provides information about children with special needs in the school system.
A local agency with an extensive resource and lending library.