DIR and RDI Recognized in British Columbia!

In British Columbia, children diagnosed with autism receive funding, which they can use to choose a service provider from an approved Registry of Autism Service Providers. Up until now, ABA has been the the main therapy available, along with clinician supports.  However, after 10 years of requesting, the Ministry for Children and Families Special Needs have just included DIR Floortime, RDI, […]

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One Size Doesn’t Fit All

We believe it’s important for families of children with autism to have well-supported therapy options to choose from, because every child and family’s needs are different.  We are here to inform families of their options for autism intervention in Manitoba and to advocate for developmental therapies as one option for supporting a diverse group of children.

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The Accessibility for Manitobans Act

How should Manitoba businesses be ready and able to serve and accommodate our children and other people with disabilities?  What barriers can be removed to encourage active participation and inclusion of people with disabilities in our communities? Here is an opportunity for input regarding public standards of accessibility for people with disabilities, from the Disabilities Issues Office, Province of Manitoba: […]

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