Alberta Cultural Society of the Deaf The Alberta Cultural Society of the Deaf is a non-profit organization based in Alberta run by Deaf people, for Deaf people. In conjunction with the Canadian Cultural Society of the Deaf, ACSD works to advocate for the use of American Sign Language in the Deaf community.
Alberta Deaf Sports Association The Alberta Deaf Sports Association (ADSA) is a non-profit organization that supports Deaf athletes at all levels. Along with the Canadian Deaf Sports Association, ADSA works to send Deaf athletes to national events and international events such as World Championships, PanAm Games for the Deaf, and the Deaflympics.
Alberta School for the Deaf For over 55 years, the Alberta School for the Deaf (ASD) has proudly served d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing students from Grades 1 through 12 in an academic, language and culture enriched learning environment.
Calgary Association of the Deaf (Facebook) The heart of the Deaf Community in Calgary, the Calgary Association of the Deaf (CAD) provides information and support to Deaf community in Calgary and Southern Alberta.
Canadian Cultural Society of the Deaf The Canadian Cultural Society of the Deaf (CCSD) preserves, encourages and advances the cultural interests of Canada’s Deaf population. Key areas of concentration are performing arts, language, literature, history, visual arts and heritage resources.
Connect Society Founded in 1963, Connect Society exists to strengthen connections among Deaf, Hard of Hearing and hearing people. They are a nonprofit community agency providing individuals and families with resources to help them fully participate within families, relationships and the community.
Canadian Deaf Sports Association The Canadian Deaf Sports Association is a pan Canadian non-profit organization aiming to support the development of the practice of sports within the Deaf community, particularly the Deaf youth in order to ensure a quality Canadian representation at Deaflympics and Panamerican Deaf Games.
Cochlear Implant Support Group (Calgary) The Cochlear Implant “Coffee Chat” Support Group meets monthly on Saturday afternoons. The purpose of these gatherings is to give cochlear implant recipients and those considering a cochlear implant an opportunity to meet with other implant recipients and their friends and family. They discuss problems and successes, as well as how to improve our abilities to hear with our implants through practice and other assistive devices. Occasionally speakers or present on topics of interest. For more information, including meeting dates and times, please contact Sonja by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (voice-403 455 3962).
Hands & Voices (Alberta chapter) Hands & Voices is a parent-led non-profit organization dedicated to supporting families with children who are Deaf or hard of hearing without bias towards communication modes or methods of education.