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Annual Membership Application

Our membership application is available in PDF format for your convenience. Simply click the button below to get it.
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Please provide membership applications to Autism Calgary in person, via regular mail, or by email:  
3639 – 26th Street NE Calgary, Alberta T1Y 5E1

info [at] autismcalgary [dot] com


Why Join Autism Calgary ? 

Membership means:

  • Officially become part of a growing community of individuals and families living with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in Calgary and area that support each other collectively
  • You will receive email fan-outs with important Autism Calgary news and events.
  • You have borrowing privileges with ACA’s extensive library – the largest Autism specific library in Canada!
  •  You can take your whole family to free swimming at Vecova’s warm  pool on Sundays.  This time is reserved solely for ACA members. Come and enjoy the pool and meet other families. (Not open on long weekends)
  • Other social, educational and recreational opportunities for the entire family.
  • Together we become not only the voice of Autism Spectrum Disorder, but a resource for the ASD community as a whole. 

Everyone can afford to be a member!

  • Membership is free. Donations are always welcome.

Why Donate to Autism Calgary?

Your support contributes to:

  • Increased public and professional awareness of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and related disorders
  • Family support services which provide comfort and information to families living with ASD and related disorders, for children and adults.
  • Education and awareness for school children, professionals and paraprofessionals.
  • ACA bringing in guest speakers, offering recreation groups, holding special events and offering drop-in information and support meetings.
  • Helping ACA speak for the needs of families and individuals with ASD.

 

 

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Disclaimer

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 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."