Are you a parent or caregiver of a child, teen, or young adult with ASD?
Based in Calgary, Alberta, The Ability Hub is focused on improving the quality of life and level of independence for adolescents and adults with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). We’re also about helping the families of loved ones touched by ASD. Through our new 17,000-square-foot, world-class facility, we have much to offer in the way of resources and support. We invite you to learn more about The Ability Hub. Learn more about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), The Ability Hub, and the Hub's amazing staff in the About section of this website.
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Watch the first five minutes of the Autism Grows Up documentary. This film is being shown during the 2nd Annual Canadian ASD Vocational Conference: What Will It Take? Advancing Vocational Opportunities for Persons with Autism Spectrum Disorders which is being held at Canada Olympic Park Conference Centre in Calgary on June 6 and 7th, 2013.
This video gives an inside glimpse into some of the programs offered at The Ability Hub. With footage shot almost entirely by facilitators and participants, the video brings us inside the lives of participants and families who have gone through programs at The Ability Hub.
This video provides an overview of the working partnership between London Drugs and The Ability Hub, specifically targeting organizations interested in partnering with the Ability Hub. It explores some of the details of the program, the successful outcomes, and gives organizations an idea of what a partnership might look like.
A trailer for a documentary that examines the vocational challenges and opportunities faced by people with ASD. We follow stories in Newfoundland, Toronto, London, and Calgary.
A video for families looking for vocational opportunities with The Ability Hub, specifically the program they've developed in partnership with London Drugs. This video provides an overview of the program and some of the changes experienced by participants and families who have gone through it.
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P: (403) 210-5000 ex 2029