Our Commitment To Families

We’re sharing just a few examples of how we continue to support individuals and families during COVID-19.

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COVID-19 Updates

The latest on our organization and efforts during the pandemic.


Donate Clothing and Household Items

Find a donation bin near you. Donating household goods creates community from clutter.


Our largest-ever gift: a $1 Million donation to establish the Lorne and Patricia Gordon Legacy Fund.

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Supporting Children and Adults with Developmental Disabilities for 60+ Years

Inclusion Alberta is a family-based non-profit federation that advocates on behalf of children and adults with developmental disabilities and their families. Together, we share a dream of meaningful family life and community inclusion for individuals with developmental disabilities.

As an advocacy organization we support families and individuals in their desire to be fully included in community life.

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What We Do

We share a dream, with our partners and allies, where all children and adults are valued, participating and welcomed community members. We are deeply committed to enabling families and individuals to be fully included in community life.

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  • Latest News

    Federal Government to Provide COVID-19 Financial Relief for People with Disabilities

    Posted July 22, 2020
    Inclusion Alberta is pleased to share that yesterday the Government of Canada passed legislation for a one-time, tax-free $600 benefit to help Canadians with disabilities cover extra costs related to COVID-19. The proposed benefit was first announced on June 11, 2020 but was delayed. “I am relieved that our Parliamentarians were able to put aside party politics and come together to provide this much needed benefit to people with disabilities…


Find videos, publications, speaker notes and handouts from our past events. You can also access newsletters, magazines and journals through our library.

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Upcoming Events

Inclusion Alberta hosts information sessions in Calgary, Edmonton and Lloydminster where you can learn more about what we do. We also hold workshops on topics of interest to families, individuals and professionals.