Information for Persons with Disabilities
The following programs and services may help persons with disabilities prepare for, obtain and maintain employment.
ALIS (Alberta Learning Information Service)
The provincial gateway for career, learning and employment information and services.
Programs and services including career and employment income support, child support and health benefits. There are 53 Alberta Works Centres across the province.
A contact centre for general inquiries on income support, adult and child health benefits, child support services, and Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped. Referrals may also be made to a variety of career and employment services.
Provides assistance to Albertans in overcoming the barriers to employment created by their disability.
The strategy calls on governments, employers, agencies and Albertans to work together to welcome more people with disabilities into our workforce.
The council is an advisory body to the Alberta government. It aims to improve the lives of persons with disabilities by listening to issues of the disability community and communicating these issues to government.
Provides access to services and information, including employment for persons with disabilities.