Jordan's Principle makes sure all First Nations children living in Canada can access the products, services and supports they need, when they need them.
Autism Nova Scotia strives to build community capacity to enhance understanding, acceptance, and inclusion of families and individuals with ASD across the province.
IWK on Developmental Delay: The earlier that a delay is identified, the earlier that services can be put in place to assist your child to reach their developmental potential.
NS Early Childhood Development Intervention Services (ECDIS) provide province-wide specialized services to families of young children between birth and school entry, who either have a biological risk for or a diagnosis of, developmental delay.
Caregivers Nova Scotia provides programs, services, and strong advocacy for caregivers.
Nova Scotians living with acquired brain injury and their families/caregivers realize their potential through a continuum of programs, services, and community supports throughout the province.
The Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia offers a network of Caregiver Support Groups.
STAR Institute is the premier treatment, research and education center for children and adults with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD). This includes feeding disorders and other disorders with sensory issues such as autism and ADHD.
Kim is a much-loved teacher and speaker who connects ideas and people in the service of supporting resiliency and health world-wide.
Ronald McDonald House Charities® Atlantic offers family-centered programs that promote healing and togetherness including Ronald McDonald House and Ronald McDonald Family Rooms.
Allied Therapy is a proud collaborator with the Canadian Accessibility Network (CAN).
The Canadian Accessibility Network (CAN), under the leadership of the READ Initiative at Carleton University, is a national collaboration to advance accessibility for persons with disabilities through Research, Design and Innovation, Education and Training, Policy, Employment, and Community Engagement.