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Region : Abitibi (8)


 

Association des Parents d'Enfants Handicapés du Témiscamingue (ou A.P.E.H.T.)
A.P.E.H.T. is a non-profit organisation whos mission it is to bring together parents of handicapped persons, promote and defend the rights of disabled perons, offer recreational, social and cultural activities for its members.
www.roct.ca/apeht.html (site in French only)

Association des Personnes Handicapées visuelles de Rouyn-Noranda
380, avenue Richard bureau 230
Rouyn-Noranda (Québec) J9X 4L3
tel : (819) 762-2823
fax : (819) 762-5023

Association du Québec pour enfants avec problèmes auditifs (AQEPA)
The mission of the AQEPA is to promote and develop services necessary to help deaf children be socially accepted.
www.aqepa.org (site in French only)

L'Arc-en-Ciel: Regroupement de parents et de personnes handicapées
www.autisme-arce.com (site in French only)
Les intrépides de Rouyn-Noranda
www3.cablevision.qc.ca/lesintrepides (site in French only)

Regroupement d'Associations de Personnes Handicapées de l'Abitibi-Témiscamingue
Regroupement d'Associations de Personnes Handicapées de l'Abitibi-Témiscamingue is a non-profit organization. It regroups many organizations for handicapped persons.
330, rue Perrault Est
Rouyn-Noranda (Québec) J9X 3C6
tél : (819) 762-8956
fax : (819) 762-5776
raphat@cablevision.qc.ca

Société de l'autisme de l'Abitibi-Témiscamingue
satedat.wordpress.com (site in French only)
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Region : Capitale-Nationale (3)


 
Association des personnes handicapées de Charlesbourg (APHC)
7575, boul. Henri-Bourassa CP. 34054
Québec ,Qc G1G 6P2
tel : (418) 626-8686
Lise Noël, coordonnator
Association des personnes handicapées de Charlevoix (APHC)
342, route 138
St-Hilarion ,Qc G0A 3V0
tel : (418) 457-3760
Sylvie Breton , coordonnator
aphc@charlevoix.net
Association des personnes handicapées du comté de Portneuf
204, rue Perrin
Saint-Raymond, (Québec) G3L 1C7
tel : (418) 340-1257
fax : (418) 337-7793
assphp@gmail.com

Association du Québec pour enfants avec problèmes auditifs (AQEPA)
The mission of the AQEPA is to promote and develop services necessary to help deaf children be socially accepted.
www.aqepa.org (site in French only)

Fondation Internationale des parents d'enfants T.E.D./T.S.A
The Fondation Internationale des parents d'enfants T.E.D./T.S.A. was created to help parents suffering from PDD.
fipe-ted-tsa.org (site in French only)

Laura Lémerveil
Offers various services for persons having intellectual and/or physical disabilities.
www.lauralemerveil.ca (site in French only)

Les Aidants Surnaturels
750, rang St-Charles
St-Ubalde, Qc G0A 4L0
tel : (418) 277-2631
Chantal Levesque, coordonnator
aidantssurnaturels@globetrotter.net

Regroupement pour l'Intégration Sociale de Charlevoix (R.I.S.C.)
Le Regroupement pour l'Intégration Sociale de Charlevoix (R.I.S.C.) is a non-profit organization who's mission is to defend the rights and interests of persons living with an intellectual deficiency, developmental problems, autism or trisomy.
rischarlevoix@hotmail.com

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Region : Centre-du-Québec (17)


Association TCC des deux rives
Develop a support network for victims of brain injury.
www.tcc2rives.qc.ca (site in French only)

Autisme et TED Centre-du-Québec
Their mission is to promote services specific for people suffering from PDD and their families.
www.atedcq.com (site in French only)

Autisme Québec
Autisme Québec is an association of parents, friends and persons living with pervasive developmental disorders (PDD).
www.autismequebec.org (site in French only)

Carrefour familial des personnes handicapées
Carrefour familial des personnes handicapées is physically disabled persons and their families helping each other be better informed.
www.cfph.org (site in French only)

Centre Signes d'Espoir
Signes d'Espoir is the only community center in Québec for multihandicapped deaf adults.
www.signesdespoir.org (site in French only)

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Region : Lower Saint-Lawrence (1)


 
Association de l'autisme et des autres troubles envahissants du développement de l'Est-du-Québec (AATEDEQ)
Helping families of children with autism or PDD.
www.aatedeq.com (site in French only)
Association de Personnes Handicapées l'Éveil des Basques
Their mission is to promote the rights and defend the interests of handicapped persons.
www.eveildesbasques.org (site in French only)

Association du Québec pour enfants avec problèmes auditifs (AQEPA)
The mission of the AQEPA is to promote and develop services necessary to help deaf children be socially accepted.
www.aqepa.org (site in French only)

La Ressource
La Ressource is a non-profit organisation devoted to the integration of handicapped persons in all the spheres of personal interactions.
www.laressourcebasstlaurent.com (site in French only)

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Region : Chaudière (12)


 
Association d'entraide communautaire La Fontaine
341, boulevard Vachon Nord
Sainte-Marie (Québec) G6E 1L8
tél: (418) 387-2890
fax: (418) 387-2870
Suzie Racine, coordonnator
la-fontaine@globetrotter.net
Association des parents d'enfants ayant un déficit de l'attention avec ou sans hyperactivité, ou autre troubles neurologiques
Promote and defend the rights of persons suffering from ADHD and other neurological problems.
apedah.weebly.com (site in French only)
Association des personnes handicapées de Bellechasse (APHB)
75, rue Saint-Gérard
Saint-Damien (Québec) G0R 2Y0
tel : (418) 789-3328
fax : (418) 789-2288
Marie-Claude Bélanger, coordonnator
aphb@globetrotter.net
Association des personnes handicapées de la Chaudière (APHC)
2425, 119e Rue
Saint-Georges (Québec) G5Y 5S1
tel : (418) 227-1224
fax : (418) 226-3865
Éric Desrosiers, coordonnator
aphc@globetrotter.net
Association des personnes handicapées de Lévis
8069, boul. du Centre-Hospitalier
Charny (Québec) G6X 1L3
tel : (418) 832-8053
fax : (418) 832-7660
Chantal Bouchard, coordonnator
aphlevis@aphlevis.com
Association des personnes handicapées de Lotbinière
The APHL is a non-profit organisation which began in February of 1977. It unites handicapped persons from the MRC of Lotbinière.
157, rue Principale
Saint-Flavien (Québec) G0S 2M0
tel: (418) 728-3884, poste 102
fax: (418) 728-4020
Michel Lemay, coordonnator
aphl@globetrotter.net
www.aphlotbiniere.com (site in French only)
Association Nouvel Essor
201, rue Claude-Bilodeau, suite 15
Lac Etchemin (Québec) G0R 1S0
tel : (418) 625-9082
fax : (418) 625-9083
Pauline Lemieux, coordonnator
nouvelessor@sogetel.net
Association Renaissance
76, rue Saint-Joseph nord
Thetford Mines (Québec) G6G 3N8
tel: (418) 335-5636
Johanne Lessard, coordonnator
as.ren@bellnet.ca
Entraide Pascal-Taché
62, chemin Lamartine Ouest, bureau A
Saint-Eugène (Québec) G0R 1X0
tel: (418) 607-0545
fax: (418) 607-0546
Mireille Lavoie, coordonnator
entraidept@videotron.ca
L'Arc-en-Ciel
L'Arc-en-Ciel, is an organization which helps handicapped persons and their families.
www.autisme-arce.com (site in French only)
Personnes handicapées en action de la Rive-sud (PHARS)
www.phars.org (site in French only)
Regroupement des associations de personnes handicapées région Chaudière-Appalaches (RAPHRCA)
7295, Boul. de la Rive-Sud
Lévis (Québec) G6V 7A3
tel: (418) 837-2172
fax: (418) 837-5569
Caroline Fradette, general director
raphrca@qc.aira.com
Regroupement des personnes handicapées physiques de la région de Thetford
The Regroupement des personnes handicapées physiques de la région de Thetford is a non-profit organization who's mission is to improve the quality of life of persons living with physical limitations.
www.rphprt.com (site in French only)
Regroupement des sourds de Chaudière-Appalaches
12 427, 1ère Avenue est
Saint-Georges (Québec) G1W 2E3
tel: (418) 227-8950
fax: (418) 227-0942
Michel Laurent, coordonnator
rsca@globetrotter.net
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Region : Côte-Nord (9)


 

Association du Québec pour enfants avec problèmes auditifs (AQEPA)
The mission of the AQEPA is to promote and develop services necessary to help deaf children be socially accepted.
www.aqepa.org (site in French only)

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Region : Eastern Townships (5)


 
Association du Syndrome de Down de l'Estrie
L'Association du Syndrome de Down de Sherbrooke is a non-profit organization which helps parents living with persons having trisomy 21.
pages.infinit.net/trisomie (site in French only)
Association de Sherbrooke pour la déficience intellectuelle
L'Association de Sherbrooke pour la déficience intellectuelle is an association created by parents to promote the integration, social participation, ensure well-being and defend the rights of intellectually deficient individuals and their families.
www.asdi-org.qc.ca (site in French only)

Association du Québec pour enfants avec problèmes auditifs (AQEPA)
The mission of the AQEPA is to promote and develop services necessary to help deaf children be socially accepted.
www.aqepa.org (site in French only)

Association Régionale pour le loisir et la promotion des personnes handicapées de l'Estrie (ARLPPHE)
Promote access to the different fields of activities for handicapped persons. Promote quality and safe activities. Promote the participation and integration of handicapped persons in various activities.
5182, boulevard Bourque
Sherbrooke (Québec) J1N 1H4
tel: (819) 864-0864
Claire Gaudreault, regional director
arlpphe@abacom.com

Ma place
Offers services for those suffering from cerebral palsy.
maplaceestrie.com (site in French only)

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Region : Gaspésie (11)


 

Association des Handicapés Gaspésiens Inc.
A non-profit organization which organizes cultural, social and sports activities, and gives financial support to handicapped persons when it can.
www.adhg.org (site in French only)

Association des personnes handicapées Action Chaleurs (APHAC)
APHAC is a non-profit organisation in the Gaspésie region.
238, avenue Port-Royal
Bonaventure (Québec) G0C 1EO
tel: (418) 534-4243 ext. 227
Bernard Babin, director
aphac@globetrotter.net

Association des personnes handicapées visuelles de la Gaspésie et des Îles-de-la-Madeleine
The organization's goal is to regroup visually handicapped persons and improve their lives.
213 A, boul. Perron Est C.P. 289
Caplan (Québec) G0C 1H0
(418) 388-2836

Association du Québec pour enfants avec problèmes auditifs (AQEPA)
The mission of the AQEPA is to promote and develop services necessary to help deaf children be socially accepted.
www.aqepa.org (site in French only)

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Region : Lanaudière (14)


 
Association de parents d'enfants trisomique 21 de Lanaudière
The association brings support and information to families and defends their rights.
www.apetl.org (site in French only)

Association des personnes handicapées des Moulins - La Rose Bleue
La Rose Bleue offers respite services and activities to persons with disabilities.
2904, rue Dupras
Mascouche , Qc, J7K 1T2
tel: (450) 474-7007
assrosebleue@videotron.ca

Association des Personnes Handicapées du secteur de Matawinie
The association brings support and information to families and defends their rights.
www.aphjm.org (site in French only)
Association des personnes handicapées physiques Rive-Nord
50 rue Thouin
Repentigny, Québec J6A 4J4
tel: (450) 654-8279
aphprn@cam.org
Association des sourds de Lanaudière (adulte et enfant)
200, rue Salaberry
Joliette (Québec) J6E 4G1
tel: (450) 752-1426
Association Spécial Spacial
This association organizes sporting activities for special needs children. It also promotes the integration, socialization and well being of these children who do not always have the opportunity to express themselves and to play with others.
ass@cam.org
Club Richelieu Repentigny
Their mission is to support fragile children due to an illness, a handicap or other problems.
www.richelieurepentigny.org (site in French only)
Dysphasie Lanaudière
Dysphasie Lanaudière is a non-profit organisation for parents of children with dysphasia.
dysphasielanaudiere.org (site in French only)
Les Amis de la Déficience Intellectuelle Rive-Nord
Organization of persons suffering from an intellectual deficiency, of parents, therapists and volunteers promoting social intergration and respect of human rights. Here are some the various services offered by the association: courses, activities and "café rencontre" for members of families living with an intellectually handicapped person, a multi-handicapped day camp, etc.
50 Rue Thouin, Local 213
Repentigny Québec J6A 4J4
tel:(450) 585-3632
lesamis@deficienceintellectuel.org
Société de l'Autisme Région Lanaudière
The Société de l'Autisme Région Lanaudière is a non-profit organization administered, in part, by parents of autistic children or with PDD.
autisme-lanaudiere.org
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Region : Laurentians (15)


 
Association des parents d'enfants handicapés des Hautes-Laurentides (APEHHL)
L'Association des parents d'enfants handicapés des Hautes-Laurentides is an organization which brings support to parents of children with certain limitations due to their handicaps.
asshandicaphl@qc.aira.com
Association des personnes avec problèmes auditifs des Laurentides
The A.P.P.A.L. is a group of people who share their resources and their experiences to help each other, to stay informed and to heighten the population's awareness of persons living with hearing impairment.
appal.ca (site in French only)
Association des personnes handicapées Clair Soleil
Defend and promote the interests of intellectually and physically handicapped persons.
clair-soleil.webnode.fr (site in French only)
Association des personnes handicapées de la Rivière-du-Chêne (APHRC)
Defend and promote the interests of physically handicapped persons and organize activities for these persons and their families.
www.aphrc.ca (site in French only)
Association des personnes handicapées intellectuelles des Laurentides (APHIL)
Promote social integration of the disabled person.
www.rcphl.org/mbr-PersonnesHandicapeesIntellectuellesLaurentides.shtml (site in French only)
Association du Québec pour enfants avec problèmes auditifs (AQEPA) - Montréal Régional
The mission of the AQEPA is to promote and develop services necessary to help deaf children be socially accepted.
http://www.aqepa-mtl.org (site in French only)
Association Handami
Handami is a day centre for physically and intellectually handicapped persons.
handami.com (site in French only)
Association Laurentienne des proches de la personne atteinte de maladie mentale. Inc. (ALPPAMM)
www.alppamm.org (site in French only)
Atelier Altitude
Organization of popular education for adults suffering from intellectual deficiency.
tel:(450) 437-5053

Fondation Le Verdier
Offer support to persons living with intellectual problems and promote their social integration.
140, chemin de la Grande-Côte
Rosemère, Québec J7P 1H3
tel:(450) 433-1957 ext. 224

Groupe La Licorne
Help center for people suffering from mental illness.
tel:(450) 433-9084
Groupe relève pour personnes aphasiques
This association regroups persons suffering from aphasia, their families and friends or anyone interested in helping those afflicted with aphasia.
grpa.ca (site in French only)

La Libellule
Services for intellectually handicapped persons and their families.
865, 43e rue
Pointe-Calumet, Québec
tel:(450) 472-4532
la_libellule@cooptel.qc.ca

Le Centre d'aide aux personnes traumatisées crâniennes et handicapées physiques des Laurentides (Laurentiens help center for persons having suffered cranial traumatism or are physically handicapped)
www.captchpl.org/ (site in French only)
Le Prisme - Regroupement des personnes handicapées de la région de Mont-Laurier
Le Regroupement Le Prisme is a help group for handicapped persons.
www.rcphl.org/mbr-Prisme.shtml (site in French only)
Le Regroupement pour la concertation des personnes handicapées des Laurentides
www.rcphl.org (site in French only)
Mouvement Personne d'Abord de Saint-Eustache
Helping to improve the quality of life of intellectually handicapped persons.
83, rue Chénier
Saint-Eustache, Québec J7R 1W9
tel:(450) 623-7792
mpdast_eustache@hotmail.com
Mouvement Personne D'Abord de Sainte-Thérèse Déficience intellectuelle
tel:(450) 971-6478
mpdatherese@questzones.com
Regroupement des handicapéés visuels des Laurentides
Heighten awareness and defend the rights of visually impaired persons in the Laurentian area.
www.rcphl.org/mbr-HandicapesVisuelsLaurentides.shtml (site in French only)
Société de l'autisme des Laurentides
You will find information on day camps, vacation camps, their newsletter, as well as helpful links to other sites and organizations.
www.autismelaurentides.org (site in French only)
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Region : Laval (13)


 
Association de Laval pour la déficience intellectuelle
The association has as its mission to help maintain, improve and develop mesures of assistance for intellectually handicapped persons and their families.
www.aldi1959.com (site in French only)
Association du Québec pour enfants avec problèmes auditifs (AQEPA) - Montréal Régional
The mission of the AQEPA is to promote and develop services necessary to help deaf children be socially accepted.
http://www.aqepa-mtl.org (site in French only)
Association Dysphasie +
Promote awareness for dysphasia, audimutitas, dysphasic syndromes, congenital aphasia, apraxia or other disabilities of the same type (central hearing disability, adjustment disorder, learning disability and or language disorder) and promote all levels of support services to patients (without any distinction as to age or sex), their parents and their entourage.
www.dysphasieplus.com
Corporation Intégration à la vie active des personnes handicapées de Laval
Supports people living with limitations in their right to have access to services.
www.civaphl.org (site in French only)
IntegrACTION Foundation of Quebec
Promote the respect and rights of the handicapped. Provide an intermediate facility for children or young adults with a cognitive deficit, mental health problems, physical or sensory disabilities; by dispensing residential and support services in accordance to their needs. Build and manage residential facilities that favor the social integration of the handicapped.
www.integraction.org
Le Regroupement des organismes de promotion de personnes handicapées de Laval (ROPPHL)
Le Regroupement is a non-profit organization composed of 20 local organizations promoting and defending the rights of of handicapped persons.
www.ropphl.org (site in French only)
TAC: Ted-à-Coeur
Tac works with parents of autistic children to build a better life for everyone.
www.tedacoeur.com (site in French only)
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Region : Mauricie (4)


 

Association du Québec pour enfants avec problèmes auditifs (AQEPA)
The mission of the AQEPA is to promote and develop services necessary to help deaf children be socially accepted.
www.aqepa.org (site in French only)

Coup de main Mauricie
Coup de main Mauricie offers services to persons having mobility problems.
www.coupdemainmauricie.org (site in French only)

La Source - Association de personnes handicapées du Haut Saint-Maurice inc.
La Source is a community organization which regroups people severing from an intellectual handicap and their families as well as intellectually handicapped children and their parents.
www.la-source.ca (site in French only)

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Region : Montérégie (16)


 

Action Intégration en déficience intellectuelle (A.I.D.I.)
A.I.D.I. is a non-profit organization for intellectually handicapped persons 16 years and older and their families living on Montreal's South Shore.
actionintegration.org (site in French only)

Aphasie Rive-Sud
Aphasie Rive-Sud is a non-profit organization which offers meetings, information sessions and activities for people suffering from aphasia in order to help them regain a place in society.
www.aphasierivesud.org (site in French only)

ARATED-M
Offers services for children, adolescents and adults with autism.
www.arated-m.org (site in French only)

Association de la déficience intellectuelle région de Sorel
Non-profit organization offering services to the intellectually handicapped and their families for over 26 years.
www.soreltracyregion.net/societe/cdc/organisme.php (site in French only)

Association de la Rive-Sud pour la Déficience Intellectuelle (ARSDI)
Association de la Rive-Sud pour la Déficience Intellectuelle (ARSDI) is a non profit organisation for intellectually disabled people and those suffering from PDD.
www.arsdi.org (site in French only)
Association de la Vallée du Richelieu pour la Déficience Intellectuelle (AVRDI)
AVRDI is an organization who's mission is to help in the integration of intellectually handicapped persons.
www.avrdi.org (site in French only)
Association de parents de l'enfance en difficulté
Support parents of disabled children or adolescents.
www.aped.org (site in French only)
Association de parents de personnes handicapées de Brome-Missisquoi
Brings support to parents of intellectually and physically handicapped children and adults.
www.apphbm.com (site in French only)

Association de Parents en D&eqacute;ficience Intellectuelle et Physiques
L'APDIP is a not for profit organization in the Haut-Richelieu-Rouville area.
www.apdip.org (site in French only)

Association des enfants handicapés de Boucherville et Varennes
L'Association des enfants handicapés de Boucherville et Varennes offers, during the summer period, day camps for children 5 to 17 years of age having an intellectual deficiency and/or autism with or without a physical deficiency. During the Fall and Winter period, the center offers respite services on Saturdays.
www.aehbv.com (site in French only)

Association des parents d'enfants handicapés du Centre du Québec
L'Association des Parents d'Enfants Handicapés du Centre du Québec is a non-profit organization which helps heighten public awareness to the difficulties in integrating handicapped children.
450, rue H&eaute;riot
Drummondville (Qc) J2B 1B5
tel:(819) 477-9377
Association des Parents des Enfants Handicapés de la région de Saint-Hyacinthe (APEH)
The Association des Parents des Enfants Handicapés de la région de Saint-Hyacinthe (APEH) offers various services in order to improve the quality of life for families living with handicapped children. These services include: mini-respite (1 day/week), defending the rights of disabled children, daycare, rental of adapted toys, tool box (data base with pictograms and reinforcement tools) documentation center, stimulation workshops, and a monthly information letter "Le Parent hèse".
16 675, avenue Desrochers
St-Hyacinthe (Qc) J2T 3K3
tel:(450) 261-8556
Association des personnes handicapées de la Rive Sud-Ouest
L'Association des personnes handicapées de la Rive Sud-Ouest promotes and defends the rights of handicapped persons and offers activities for handicapped children.
www.aphrso.org (site in French only)
Association du Québec pour enfants avec problèmes auditifs (AQEPA) - Montréal Régional
The mission of the AQEPA is to promote and develop services necessary to help deaf children be socially accepted.
http://www.aqepa-mtl.org (site in French only)

Association locale des personnes handicapées de Chambly et la région - ALPHA
This organisation supports persons with a disability or with PDD.
www.associationalpha.com (site in French only)

CLDI
CLDI's mission is to provide services to people with intellectual deficiencies without any discrimination.
www.cldi.ca (site in French only)

Groupement des Associations de Personnes Handicapées du Richelieu-Yamaska (GAPHRY)
Le Groupement des Associations de Personnes Handicapées du Richelieu-Yamaska (GAPHRY) is a non-profit organization founded in 1982. It promotes and defends the rights of handicapped persons.
gaphry.com (site in French only)

Regroupement des Personnes Handicapées Région du Haut-Richelieu
Regroupement des Personnes Handicapées Région du Haut-Richelieu provides support for disabled people in this region.
www.rphrhr.com (site in French only)

SOS Handicapés
SOS Handicapés is an association which helps handicapped children.
www.soshandicapes.org (site in French only)

Tu es doué (TED)
The Tu es doué Association (TED) in Vaudreuil-Soulanges regroups parents of children with ADD/ASD and various neuropsychiatric disorders associated with attention deficit disorder and others, and anyone in the region interested in ensuring the well- being and interests of these children and providing services in education, social integration and access to care and resources.
www.tuesdoue.com

Vie autonome Montérégie
La Vie autonome (VA) is a vision, a philosophy of disabled people for disabled people.
www.vamonteregie.com (site in French only)

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Region : Montreal (6)


 

Association de parents pour la déficience intellectuelle et les troubles envahissants du développement (APDITED)
The Association de parents pour la déficience intellectuelle et les troubles envahissants du développement regroups parents and those responsable for persons with an intellectual deficiency or with a pervasive developmental disorder in the Montreal region in order to promote and defend the interests of these people and to improve their quality of life.
www.apdited.com (site in French only)

Association du Québec pour enfants avec problèmes auditifs (AQEPA) - Montréal Régional
The mission of the AQEPA is to promote and develop services necessary to help deaf children be socially accepted.
http://www.aqepa-mtl.org (site in French only)
Centre communautaire Radisson
The Centre communautaire Radisson is a non-profit organisation which offers activities for physically disabled adults.
centreradisson.org (site in French only)
Compagnons de Montréal
Compagnons de Montréal is a non-profit organisation which offers services for people suffering from an intellectual deficiency and/or PDD in the Rosemont district.
compagnonsdemtl.com (site in French only)
Corporation L'Espoir du déficient
Offers many services for different age groups.
www.corporationespoir.org (site in French only)
East Foundation
East Foundation, a non-profit organization, was established with a mission to offer children with an intellectual / physical disability therapeutic and recreational activity in the East End of Montreal.
www.eastfoundation.ca
Épilepsie Montréal Métropolitain
Épilepsie Montréal Métropolitain is a non-profit organization whose goal is to promote the greater welfare of people suffering from epilepsy and of their families by working towards the personal, social, academic and professional integration of people with epilepsy.
www.epilepsiemontreal.ca
Fondation Enfants en tête
Give handicapped children free access to the Regina Assunta Sports and cultural center. Give moral support to these children and their families. Promote social justice.
www.reginaassumpta.com/accueil/enfants_en_tete.php (site in French only)
La Joie des Enfants
La Joie des Enfants (Montréal) INC. is a non-profit organization, composed of parents, teachers, professionals and persons interested in helping intellectually handicapped children.
pages.videotron.com/ljde/La_Joie_Des_Enfants/Bienvenue.html (site in French only)
Montréal association for the intellectually handicapped (AMDI)
Offers respite services, social activities, support, etc.
www.amdi.info
Multi-Ethnic Association for the Integration of Persons with Disabilities
The Multi-Ethnic Association for the Integration of Persons with Disabilities was created to provide persons with disabilities from ethnocultural backgrounds and their families a resource that supports them at all stages of their integration and guides them towards the resources they need.
www.ameiph.com
Regroupement de parents de personnes ayant une déficience intellectuelle de Montréal
This organizaton of parents is a non profit organization whose goal is to promote the interests and defend the rights of persons having an intellectual deficiency and their families.
www.rppadim.com (site in French only)
Regroupement pour la Trisomie 21
Created in 1986, the Regroupement pour la Trisomie 21 is a non-profit organisation. It helps about 400 Quebec families mostly in the Montreal region.
www.trisomie.qc.ca (site in French only)
RÊVANOUS
RÊVANOUS's mission is to help adults with an intellectual deficiency integrate their own appartement.
www.revanous.org (site in French only)
Solidarité de parents de personnes handicapées inc. (SPPH)
Solidarité de parents de personnes handicapées inc. has as a mission to minimize the isolation families of handicapped children often experience by providing programs for all the family members.
www.spph.net (site in French only)

Un Prolongement à la famille de Montréal
The Association's aim is to enhance the lives of people with an intellectual disability.
upfm.ca (site in French only)

West Island Association for the intellecually handicapped
The Association's aim is to enhance the lives of people with an intellectual disability or autism, sensitize the community, develop innovative services and provide support to families.
wiaih.qc.ca

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Region : Outaouais (7)


 

Action, Aide, Loisirs Petite-Nation
Organizes activities for handicapped persons, represents handicapped persons on various committees, sensibilizes schools to different handicappes.
www.petite-nation.qc.ca/aalpn/index.html (site in French only)

Association du Québec pour enfants avec problèmes auditifs (AQEPA)
The mission of the AQEPA is to promote and develop services necessary to help deaf children be socially accepted.
www.aqepa.org (site in French only)

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Region : Sag-Lac (2)


 

Association du Québec pour enfants avec problèmes auditifs (AQEPA)
The mission of the AQEPA is to promote and develop services necessary to help deaf children be socially accepted.
www.aqepa.org (site in French only)

Services common to all regions



Associations and organizations

Aspie Québec
The mission of Aspie Québec is to regroup all pertinent information concerning Asperger syndrome and autism.
aspiequebec.org (site in French only)

Association de paralysie cérébrale du Québec
The Association aims at improving life conditions and social integration of persons living with a deficiency; it pursues therefore its efforts in order to provide all necessary means so that they can reach their goals.
www.paralysiecerebrale.com

Association des devenus sourds et des malentendants du Québec
The mission of the ADSMQ is to defend the rights of deaf people in Québec.
www.adsmq.org (site in French only)

Association des paraplégiques du Québec
he Quebec Paraplegic Association (APQ) is a non-profit organization. Its mission is to favour the autonomy of Quebec’s spinal cord injured persons, to promote and facilitate their social and professional integration, and to defend their rights.
www.paraquad.qc.ca

Association du Québec pour l'intégration sociale (AQIS)
www.aqis-iqdi.qc.ca (site in French only)

Association La joie de parler - Canada
The association, also known as DNP (Dynamique Naturelle de la Parole), offers classes for communication problems to parents, teachers, and those suffering from speech problems.
www.lajoiedeparler.ca (site in French only)

Association québécoise des intervenants auprès des personnes amputées
www.aqipa.org/

Association québécoise des parents d'enfants handicapés visuels
www.aqpehv.qc.ca (site in French only)

Association québécoise des personnes de petite taille
The AQPPT regroups all persons of short stature and their families. The association informs, accompany and defend the rights of small people.
www.aqppt.org (site in French only)

Association québécoise des traumatisés crâniens (AQTC)
www.aqtc.ca/en/home.html

Association québécoise du syndrome de Gilles de la Tourette
www.aqst.com (site in French only)

Association Québécoise pour la Méthode Padovan (AQMP)
The only French site dealing with Padovan's Method of Neurofunctional Reorganisation.
padovan.ca (site in French only)
There is also an English site you may visit for more information on Padovan's Method.
www.padovan.pro.br/metodo_en.htm

Association Québécoise pour les Enfants atteint de Dysphasie (A.Q.E.A.)
www.aqea.qc.ca (site in French only)

Association québécoise pour les enfants dyspraxiques (AQED)
www.lesblogues.com/vieetdyspraxie (site in French only)

Best Buddies - Vrais Copains Canada
Best Buddies - Vrais Copains Canada is a national charitable organization dedicated to enhancing our communities through one-to-one friendships between people with intellectual disabilities and students.
bestbuddies.ca

Canadian Association for Familial Ataxias
To provide an association for people suffering from familial ataxias and those working with the disease, either as immediate caregivers or as health professionals and researchers.
www.lacaf.org

Centre de communication adapée
Information for the deaf.
www.surdite.org (site in French only)

Centre québécois de la déficience auditive
The Centre québécois de la déficience auditive (CQDA) is a provincial organization which defends the rights and promotes the interests of the deaf.
www.cqda.org (site in French only)

Cerebral Palsy Consortium
The Cerebral Palsy Consortium (CPC) is an infrastructure aiming to facilitate social participation of children 0- to-18-years old. living with cerebral palsy.
www.consortiumpc.ca

Comité d'Action des Personnes Vivant des Situations de Handicap (CAPVISH)
Organization promoting and defending the rights of people living with mobility problems.
www.capvish.org (site in French only)

Fédération des Mouvements Personne D'Abord du Québec
www.fmpdaq.org (site in French only)

Fédération québécoise de l'autisme
www.autisme.qc.ca (site in French only)

Fondation des Sourds du Québec Inc.
Their mission is to help and work with the deaf in their personal, professional and social development.
www.fondationdessourds.net (site in French only)

Learning Disabilities Association of Quebec
www.aqeta.qc.ca (site in French only)

Mira Foundation - dogs for handicapped persons
www.mira.ca

Muscular Dystrophy Canada
www.muscle.ca/

Quebec Federation of Foster Family
The Federation has defended the rights of foster resources, supported them in their commitment to children, worked to improve their practice conditions and valued their partnership with institutions and their employees.
www.ffariq.org

Quebec Foundation for the Blind
The Quebec Foundation for the Blind is a nationally recognized organization concentrating on blindness prevention and the improvement of the quality of life of those which are affected by it.
www.aveugles.org

Quebec Society for Disabled Children
Children with disabilities are like all others, with needs, limitations, and dreams of their own. Since 1930, the Quebec Society for Disabled Children has been accompanying youngsters living with a disability to help make their dreams come true. It also assists parents in their efforts to provide care, attention, and support for their child.
www.enfantshandicapes.com

Regroupement des Associations de Parents Panda du Québec
This regroups the associations for PANDA in Québec (parents dealing with ADD).
www.associationpanda.qc.ca (site in French only)

S. Au. S.
The mission of our organization is to help children living with Autism.
www.s-au-s.org

S.O.S Familles Naturelles
S.O.S Familles Naturelles is a group for parents of dependant adult handicapped persons.
sosfamillesnaturelles.org (site in French only)

Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus Association of Quebec
The Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus Association of Quebec was founded in 1975, with a mandate to improve the quality of life of its members and of those whose lives have been touched by spina bifida.
spina.qc.ca

TDAH Québec
Site for people with ADD.
www.tdahquebec.com (site in French only)

The War Amps - CHAMP Program
CHAMP is built on the Winner's Circle philosophy which encourages child amputees to accept their amputations and develop a positive approach to challenges.
www.amputesdeguerre.ca

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