Inclusion Alberta commends Alberta Education’s commitment to ensuring the safety and well-being of children with disabilities in Alberta Schools.
Inclusion Alberta applauds the Education Minister in banning seclusion rooms in Alberta schools.
Inclusion Alberta, along with Autism Edmonton and parents whose children have been secluded and restrained in schools demand more than simply guidelines to protect children with disabilties.
The Supreme Court of Canada has affirmed the essence of discretionary (Henson) trusts for individuals with developmental disabilities.
After decades of advocacy the day has finally arrived in Alberta when AISH will be indexed to increases in the cost of living.
Inclusion Alberta has drafted potential issues and recommendations families may want to raise during the PDD review.
Families are encouraged to participate in the PDD Review, in a new survey and at open house events.
Inclusion Alberta is ready to create new employment and post-secondary opportunities for people with developmental disabilities, thanks to investments from the Government of Alberta.
“Where do I begin”? is a question often asked by families thinking about creating a meaningful life for their son or daughter when using Family Managed Supports funding. Families who have used Family Managed Supports suggest a vision is the first step to creating a meaningful life. Developing a vision helps families understand the […]