Helpful Links

Helpful Links

Alberta Caregiver College– Navigation training modules

“These toolkits were sponsored by Kids Brain Health Network. The development of the toolkits reflected Interviews with parents in which they said that it would be helpful if those supporting them and their child had more understanding about the child’s condition and the challenges families face when seeking services.  They also wanted these support workers, including navigators, to be aware of strategies to address these challenges. These toolkits have been designed to address these issues. It consists of 6 modules: 3 providing basic information about Autism, Cerebral Palsy and FASD, and 3 cross-disability modules. The cross-disability modules address key areas of challenge, specifically: NDDs and Mental Health, Pathways to Support, and Transitions.


“Jooay is a free app that helps children with disabilities and their families to locate leisure opportunities that are: close to where they are, accessible, suit their needs and abilities, match their preferences, can help them develop and participate in society. Jooay is also a community, to help parents, rehabilitation professionals, educators and community to connect, exchange, and learn from each other.”


“A web platform designed to make life easier for parents of people with disabilities. It guides parents who create an account to resources and information relevant to them. The content is filtered according to the profile of their children (age and type of disability or disorder) and according to their region of residence.”

Childhood Disability LINK

“Linking Information and New Knowledge on childhood disability to service providers and families. Our directory of newsletters, articles, therapies, videos, policies, communities and other LINKs about childhood disability.”

Family Support Institute of BC

“The Family Support Institute of BC (FSI) is a provincial not for profit society committed to supporting families who have a family member with a disability. FSI is unique in Canada and the only grass roots family-to-family organization with a broad volunteer base. FSI’s supports and services are FREE to any family.”


AIDE Canada

“At its core, the Autism and/or Intellectual Disability Knowledge Exchange Network (AIDE Canada) is a tool to connect members of our community to the information and resources that they need. We deliver credible, reliable, and evidence-informed resources in an unbiased and accessible way.