- Family Futures Resource Network provides programs and services to families in the areas of parenting, early childhood development, family support, and accessing community resources. They offer free and low cost programs and services in a safe and welcoming environment.
- LD Edmonton Camp Abilities Summer Program
Does your child struggle with managing their emotions or making social connections?
LD Edmoton’s Camp Abilities and Teen Camp Abilities programs are structured for kids ages 8-18** who are struggling at keeping friends and interacting with their peers.
Participants will learn social skills in a safe setting in the morning and then practice what they have learned out in the community in the afternoon.
Some families are able to obtain FSCD (Family Support for Children with Disabilities) funding for their child to attend camp depending on the determined needs of their child. Contact your FSCD worker to see if your child qualifies.
- Big Brothers, Big Sisters
- Cadets, Air
- Cadets, Army
- Girl Guides
- Scouts. The 88 Polaris flyer is geared towards youth with neurological or mental health conditions including sensory processing disorder, ADHD, learning disabilities, OCD, nonverbal learning disability, Autism Spectrum Disorders including Asperger’s, anxiety, Tourette’s, ODD, bipolar, schizophrenia, and the like. Parent or caregiver participation is required.
Sports programs: Edmonton has many sports programs, including indoor and outdoor soccer, hockey, basketball, baseball, football, swimming, gymnastics, martial arts, climbing walls, etc. Look for a good local program where your child will interact with other children from your community.