Special needs

Enjoy arts-based courses online

Enjoy arts-based courses online

A St. Lambert non-profit organization is offering a slew of courses in January, including sewing, robotics, chess, music and more
Programs geared to adults with special needs

Programs geared to adults with special needs

The Friendship Circle teaches participants culinary and art techniques as well as life skills and entrepreneurship
Pointe-Claire park

Pointe-Claire park wows with inclusivity

The Tony-Proudfoot park offers children with diverse abilities the opportunity to play alongside one another
Kids should be able to play sports

Kids should be able to play sports

A local pediatrician says every time we stop kids from being physically active, it damages their physical and mental health
12 great parks for kids with special needs

12 great parks for kids with special needs

Montreal park expert Christine Latreille outlines her choices for the best inclusive parks around the city

Free workshops for parents, and kids with learning difficulties

TacTics Resource Services is helping parents with kids who have learning difficulties and providing a Zoom platform for kids to socialize

Inclusive playground in Beaconsfield offers ways for every child to play

The all-inclusive playground at Heights Park in Beaconsfield has become a community gathering space for children and residents of all ages and abilities.

Free program for kids with special needs

Two Montreal-based organizations collaborate to offer a support and mentorship program for parents and kids

Kids with special needs to benefit from extra support

Autism Canada and The Uncomplicated Family form an alliance to help kids with special needs access trusted online apps and games

Miriam Foundation helps kids through video conferencing

This Montreal-based organization has embraced technology in an effort to allow families to continue getting help for their kids with special needs

Sylvan Adams community centre offers online programs

In an effort to help families, the non-profit organization is offering online fitness classes as well as a chance for people with special need to connect online

Montreal Fluency Centre moves programs online amid pandemic

This Montreal non-profit organization is offering free seminars about stuttering as well as services for kids with communication challenges via technologies such as Zoom