Located in Calgary, Alberta, we provide a nurturing environment for children with autism spectrum disorder through educational programming and home and community support for preschool-aged children to young adults. We’ve created a community dedicated to breaking down barriers and releasing the vast potential of each child that walks through our doors. Day by day, we focus on little victories to welcome and encourage our students and their families to reach their highest potential.
We’re relentlessly dedicated to encouraging and assisting students as they develop both academic and life skills so they can be themselves, make friends, and lead fulfilling lives.
Our programs are constantly developing and being shaped to meet the changing needs of our students and families. The early intervention program is for children ages 3 to 6, and there are programs for elementary, junior high and high school students up to 20 years of age.
Upon graduation, the Transition to Adulthood Branch of New Heights is being developed to work with our students up to age 25 to address the gaps in services and support that often comes following the completion of high school. Click here for more information about the Transition to Adulthood program.
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October 9, 2018