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Recognize each family is unique; the family is the constant in the individual’s life; that they are the experts on the individual’s ability and needs; and, the strengths and needs of all family members are considered. Easily accessible sources of timely, complete and unbiased information offered in a supportive way. Meaningful participation and self-determination in […]


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Support, Speak, Educate, Advocate & Promote Support … Bring hope and help meet the needs of families and individuals living with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Speak … Be the voice of families and individuals living with ASD Educate … Increase awareness and understanding of ASD Advocate… Secure and defend the best quality of life for those with ASD […]

Adult life with Autism Spectrum Disorder

A Self Help Guide


Order a copy of this invaluable resource.

The purpose of this Guide is to assist Alberta families and adults living with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) as they pursue or plan for a meaningful adult life.

This Guide addresses key issues and provides useful information in the areas of adult diagnosis and treatment, legal and financial matters, post-secondary educational options, employment opportunities and alternatives, community living, and personal relationships.


  • CES – Treating Mental Health Disorders in Autism – May 21st

    Treating Mental Health Disorders in Autism Chicken or egg? Parent or child? Presented by: Dr. Katelyn Lowe, PhD., R.Psych., Clinical Director, The Ability Hub Level II: This session builds on an overview of ASD and Mental Health, and would best meet the needs of families/caregivers or professionals with some knowledge of, or experience with this […]

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    Family Support

    Autism Calgary offers direct Family Support Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays from 9:00am – 5:00pm.  To contact our Family Support staff directly: Maria Vial, Family Support Coordinator (Ext.228)  maria [at] autismcalgary [dot] com Tracy Mendoza, Family Support Worker ( Ext. 222) tracy [at] autismcalgary [dot] com Claire Bertran, Family Support (Ext 225) claire [at] autismcalgary [dot] […]

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    Resource Library

    Autism Calgary members are free to borrow books, dvds and other resources. Come check it out at 174-3359 27 St NE  Calgary, AB T1Y 5E4. Open 9am – 5pm Tue-Thur. For questions please call us at (403) 250-5033 or email us at info [at] autismcalgary [dot] com View Larger Map


Autism Calgary does not support, endorse or recommend any method, treatment, product, remedial center, program or person for people with autism or autism related conditions. It does, however, endeavour to inform because it believes in the right to have access to the information available and to make individual choices.

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I Have Autism

"I have Autism. I may not look unusual, but I experience the world much differently than you do. Autism makes it difficult for me to communicate with you, and sometimes causes me to have unusual behaviour. I am doing my very best. Please be patient with me and my caregivers, who are trying to give me a full and happy life."