Sat. Nov 29th/2014-Housing and Employment Round Table for Adults with ASD

The Ability Hub is hosting a Round Table in Calgary for Housing and Employment options for ASD individuals. If you have an interest in supported living for adults on the Autism Spectrum please join us in a discussion of the issues in your community and explore areas of common interest.  This is the fourth in a series of provincial round tables.

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Nov 2nd/2014 ASD Therapy with Horses here in Calgary

Have you ever wondered if interacting with horses would help your child with ASD?

Citta Counselling is offering a Parent’s Retreat, an  informational and experiencial opportunity for parents to learn more.

Please see attached.

Equine Parent Retreat Poster 2014



Oct 22/2014 at 6:30 pm RDSP free presentation

Presented by PLAN Canada.

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Starting Jan/2015 -Employment Program for adults with disabilities- sign up.

Cerebral Palsy Associations of Calgary’s  January/2015  session of ‘Pathways to Employment’ is now open for registrants.



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Starting Nov 3/2014- Free NAET Treatments when you take part in study


Please see attached pdf with this opportunity to receive 36 free treatments of Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Technique. Please note updated study’s starting date is Nov 3rd/2014.



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