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The Sinneave Family Foundation

The Sinneave Family Foundation
The Sinneave Family Foundation (SFF or the Foundation) is dedicated to developing evidence-informed initiatives that will build successful futures for adolescents and adults living with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The Foundation’s 10-year plan focuses on five key areas: information and resource navigation, life and work skills, long-term accommodation and wrap-around services, improving skills of caregivers and other professionals and informing government policy.

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Edmonton Community Foundation / BBMA awards

Edmonton Community Foundation

The Belcourt Brosseau Métis Awards Fund was established at Edmonton Community Foundation in 2001 by the directors of the Canative Housing Corporation, Orval Belcourt, Herb Belcourt and Georges Brosseau, to help Métis Albertans realize self-sufficiency through post-secondary education and skills development.

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Wellness Resiliency and Partnerships (WRaP)

WRAP - Wellness Resiliency and Partnerships
The Wellness, Resiliency and Partnership (WRaP) program was developed in 2009 as a response to the Cross Ministry Committee’s 10 Year Strategic Plan for FASD in the province of Alberta. WRaP currently partners with 10 school authorities and 2 FASD service providers to offer formal and informal mentoring to students with an FASD.
Youth Success Coaches work 1:1 or with groups of students, their families, schools and communities to provide wrap around supports for success of the student.
Data suggests that students with an FASD that have the support of a WRaP Success Coach are achieving success in goal setting in areas of academics, community and school engagement and social, emotional and physical wellbeing.
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To learn more about our current partners please visit: http://albertamentoringpartnership.cirrusvps.ca/amp-partners/

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