ONE ORGANIZATION SUPPORTING ANOTHER WITH THE SAME END GOAL; TO BUILD AND EVOLVE SERVICES TO THOSE WITH EXTRAORDINARY NEEDS TO POSITIVELY IMPACT AND ENHANCE THEIR QUALITY OF LIFE.
A Balanced Approach Inc. (ABA)
A Balanced Approach is a private service provider and qualifies to oversee children who are benefiting from the newly implemented Autism Intervention Program. We provide service to children in Waterloo, Kitchener, Cambridge, Guelph, and surrounding areas.
Bringing Community and Business together.
Autism Services Waterloo Region (ASWR)
Autism Services Waterloo Region (ASWR) is a collaborative of autism service providers, family advocates, school boards and other community partners working together to make Waterloo Region a better place for people impacted by autism to live.
Bridges to Belonging (B2B)
Strength-based approach, community is the first resort, decision making, families and networks are engaged in the journey, creative, innovated facilitation reflects the uniqueness of each person. Focus on listening deeply, understanding, learning from each other, acting with kindness.
Community Living – Guelph Wellington (CLGW)
We are dedicated to facilitating opportunities for people with developmental disabilities to realize their potential and dreams in their communities.
Works within the community to facilitate the building of relationships between individuals who has disabilities. Non-profit, charitable organization. Foster public awareness, coordinators perform a variety of tasks that aim to support an individual though participation and friendship.
KidsAbility – Centre for Child Development
Empowering children and youth with a wide range of complex special needs to realize their full potential.
For over 40 years, KW Habilitation has been inspiring abilities and enriching the lives of children and adults with developmental disabilities.
Programs for individuals with Special Needs
Multiple-Sclerosis Society of Canada
To be a leader in finding a cure for multiple sclerosis and enabling people affected by MS to enhance their quality of life.
Waterloo Region Down Syndrome Society (WRDSS)
Supports and informs individuals, families and the community on issues related to down syndrome. Services: information and education, advocacy, public awareness, events and conferences, parents support, bi-monthly newsletter.
Waterloo Region Family Networking (WRFN)
All individuals in our community with special needs, and their families are empowered to make educated decisions about their lives.