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Ages 2.5 to 6

Provides opportunities to learn through play while focusing on growth in communication, fine and gross motor skills, social development, classroom skills, behaviours, early literacy, and numeracy.

Ages 6 to 20

Provides individualized, evidence-based educational programs to support learning and growth. Learners take control of their environment, and build self-esteem, while improving their functional abilities.

Ages 20 and up

Focuses on the learner through community access, daily living skills, recreation and leisure, communication, fine and gross motor skills, and social and emotional development.

Ages 3 to 8

Includes our FASD Respite Program which is run in partnership with Kids Kottage. Learners enjoy crafts, physical & social activities, sensory integration, free play, and games on Saturdays.

What's New at Elves

  • Heavy muscle work for small spaces

    Is your child:

    Constantly bumping into others or objects?
    Uncoordinated and clumsy?
    Constantly chewing on a shirt/pencil?
    Having difficulty attending and sitting still?

    All of these are signs that they may be in need of additional proprioceptive input to help calm and organize their body.  Heavy work […]

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  • Books recommendations

    The Reason I Jump: The Inner Voice of a Thirteen‐Year‐Old Boy with Autism and Fall Down 7 Times Get Up 8 by Naoki Higashida.
    These two books were written by a young man from Japan who has a diagnosis of severe ‘non‐verbal’ Autism. He […]

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  • Have an Accessible Summer

    Ever wondered where to find accessible facilities and parks while touring around the city throughout the summer months?
    Look no further than Edmonton’s Community Facilities and Parks Accessibility Guide. 
    A quick overview of accessible City of Edmonton play spaces can also be found […]

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  • Behavioural Supports

    Here are some ideas for encouraging positive behaviours:

    Follow a daily routine and have a set bedtime ritual. Children feel more secure when they know what is going to happen next.
    Set clear specific house rules and have a family discussion about […]

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