Archives: Our stories

Kiki’s Story

Kiki’s enthusiasm and zest for life is contagious. Not only is he full of positivity, he’s a phenomenal athlete and his second home is on the basketball court. Read his story.

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Lucas’s Story

“I think we as parents can look at autism like a mountain: if we hold our child’s hand and look for the right help, we can climb it together.”

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Chris’s Story

Collaboration between family, Centre, and educators opens the door to inclusive kindergarten class this fall.

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Adam’s Story

Volunteering at the Centre is “rewarding and enriching” for Adam Mullan.

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Paul’s Story

Paul’s family was struggling with his aggressive behaviour and becoming increasingly isolated in their community and social activities.

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Annie’s Story

When Annie arrived at the Centre for Autism Services Alberta, she was terrified.

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Conner’s Story

Conner had just completed the popular Kickstart Soccer program, and he wanted more. So he asked the Centre for a Basketball program.

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