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1   Link   AADAC
Web site for the Alberta Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission.
2   Link   Albertans Advocating for Change Together
Albertans Advocating for Change Together (AACT) is an Alberta self-advocacy network of people with developmental disabilities and their allies. The idea for the group came from the 2009 Self-Advocacy Summit. We are a united Alberta network that learns about issues and advocates passionately for positive change in society.
3   Link   Alberta Council of Disability Services
ACDS' mandate is to provide supports, to community-based service providers of individual's with developmental disabilities, requiring a wide range of care/support needs. The goal is to ensure quality service delivery for clients. In fulfilling this mandate, ACDS does not limit its support exclusively to its members. The association's education, accreditation and collaborating efforts also have a positive effect on organizations outside the umbrella. ACDS is an important source of information for, and a respected partner with, other recognized groups engaged in strategic planning for the future of human services.
4   Link   Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped
The Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped (AISH) program provides financial and health-related assistance to eligible adults with a disability. The disability must be permanent and severely limit a person’s ability to earn a living. AISH clients may also be eligible to receive supplemental assistance (a child benefit and personal benefits) through the AISH program.
5   Link   Child and Family Services Authorities
New regional authorities have taken over the delivery of child and family services across Alberta.
6   Link   Disability Services Northeast Alberta (DSNA)
Disability Services Northeast Alberta (DSNA) makes meaningful connections – connecting people who can help with those who most need it. In turn, we connect those people to their communities. And in the end, their communities are connected to a new, enhanced level of interaction and understanding.
7   Link   Persons with Developmental Disabilities
Welcome to the Persons with Developmental Disabilities (PDD) Program website. The PDD Program, as part of the Ministry of Seniors and Community Supports, develops, implements, and evaluates a provincial plan for the delivery of supports to adults with developmental disabilities. Our mission is to create an Alberta where adults with developmental disabilities are included in community life.
8   Link   Vocational and Rehabilitational Research Institute
Based in Calgary, they do research, as well as offer services to people with developmental disabilities.

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