Developing critical skills for young adults with autism

The Centre for Autism Services Alberta’s skills programs provide opportunities for young  adults to overcome the challenges associated with their neurodiversity and develop critical life skills. These programs are built evidence-based practices and focus on individualized skills development.

CommunityWorks Canada® Peer Mentors

We are seeking Peer Mentors for CommunityWorks Canada® Neuro-typical teens and young adults ages 15-21, become a peer mentor…

PEERS Social Skills for Young Adults

Developing and maintaining friendships and other relationships can be hard for everyone, but it can be a special challenge…

Quest for Independence

Creating revolutionary change for young adults with autism Quest is an innovative post-secondary program that helps build skills of independence…

CommunityWorks Canada®

High School Students with Autism   Your future is waiting. Take the first step. This innovative program provides a…