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Special Needs & Moving On projectsThe Special Needs and Moving On Projects provide resources and support for workers at the post office whose children have disabilities. The projects are available to members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers and the Union of Postal Communications Employees (Public Service Alliance of Canada). The Special Needs Project is geared to families with young children; the Moving On Project is for adult sons and daughters with special needs. Life is more demanding when you work and have a child with special needs. Learn more about our Special Needs and Moving On projects.

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Association Québécoise pour les enfants ... (AQEA)

aqea Quebec association for dysphasic children

Bring together parents of dysphasic children; Educate the community about the day-to-day realities of these children; Inform parents about their rights and the variety of services that exist to help them and their children;

Identify the needs of these children and parents; Promote the development of new services; Educate day care providers and specialists as well as educational, health and social services, about the realities faced by these children; Gather and promote research on dysphasia.

Special : AQEA organizes several conferences on dysphasia for parents, specialists, and researchers from several countries.

Resource Details:
Topic Area: Information and family support
Type: Website
Source/Organization: Not-for-profit organization
Geographic Focus: Québec
Language: French
Purpose: AQEA aims at promoting a better understanding of dysphasic children and to promote health services at every level for these children and their parents.
Date reviewed: September 2014
Website: http://www.aqea.qc.ca

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