Calgary Association of the Deaf works closely with our stakeholder groups to ensure that our programs and services are relevant and respond to individual's needs.



  Alberta Association of the Deaf is a centre to promote equal rights for Deaf Albertans while endeavouring to improve the quality of life for Deaf people in general. Click on the logo for more information.

Alberta Cultural Society of the Deaf is a registered charitable provincial organization and serves Albertan an opportunity to express their ideas and develop their skills and talents.  ACSD preserves, encourages and advances the arts and culture of Alberta, encourage use and recognition of ASL (American Sign Language) as a distinct language. For more information, click on the logo.

ADSA - Alberta Deaf Sports Association logo

ADSA is a non-profit organization with programs that will bring awareness to Albertans and support athletes with hearing loss of 55db in each of both ears at all level of sports and that will send individuals and teams to national events, and if qualified, they are supported for international events such as World Championships, PanAm Games for the Deaf, and the Deaflympics. For more information, click on the logo.


Alberta Hands and Voices is dedicated to supporting families with children who are Deaf or hard of hearing without a bias around communication modes or methodology. We are a parent-driven, non profit organization providing families with the resources, networks, and information they need to improve communication access and educational outcomes for their children. Our outreach activities, parents/professional collaboration, and advocacy efforts are focused on enabling Deaf and hard of hearing children to reach their highest potential. For more information, click on the logo.


Alberta Society of the Deaf Blind provide and advocate for social inclusion and empowered independent living for Deaf-Blind and hard-of-hearing-blind individuals, through services such as support service providers (SSP), communication facilitators (CF) and interpreters. For more information, click on the logo.

Association of Sign Language Interpreters of Alberta is a provincial association which represents its membership and advances the sign language interpreting profession by promoting the provision of high quality service through the endorsement of ethical practices, standards, and the continuing development of interpreting skills, underlying knowledge and professional growth. For more information, click on the logo.

Canadian Association of the Deaf logo

The Canadian Association of the Deaf is the oldest national consumer organization of, by and for Deaf individuals in Canada for having its interests represented at a national level. For more information, click on the logo.

The Canadian Association of Sign Language Interpreters (CASLI) is a non-profit, professional association for interpreters whose working languages include a sign language. CASLI was established in 1979 and has several Affiliate Chapters across the country.  CASLI is the only certifying body for ASL-English interpreters in Canada through the means of our Canadian Evaluation System. Among a variety of services, we offer a Professional Conduct Review Process to maintain quality and accountability to the field of interpreting. Click logo for more information.

Choice of Interpreters Inc. is a provider of exceptional interpreting services throughout the province of Alberta; boasting a roster that is inclusive of all freelance CASLI (Canadian Association of Sign Language Interpreters) Certified Interpreters within the province of Alberta.  We pride ourselves on our 'pay-it-forward' initiative to the Alberta Deaf Community, and offer services from professional interpreters who uphold the tenets of the CASLI Code of Ethics and Guidelines for Professional Conduct. Click on the logo for more information.

Edmonton Association of the Deaf logo

Edmonton Association of the Deaf  promotes social, educational, recreational, physical and moral betterment for the Deaf and hard of hearing. A centre to provide source of information about the talents, abilities and culture of the Deaf people.  Click on the logo for more information. 

Freelance Interpreters Consolidated Inc. (FLIC) is the only fee-for-service independently owned interpreting agency serving Southern and Central Alberta, Canada. FLIC was established in May 2001 with the mandate to provide services that are a profile match to the needs of both Deaf and hearing consumers. Click on the logo for more information.

At H.O.P.E. Inc., they believe that you don't just get over or past things. They believe you can work through them. They pride themselves on building a strong working alliance and developing personal empowerment through respect, communication that each individual is the author of their own lives and journey.  H.O.P.E. Inc. provides ASL Counselling for those who are Deaf. Click on the logo for more information.

Kerby Centre is a not-for-profit organization, committed to enhancing the lives of older adults. Since 1973, Kerby Centre has evolved into one of Canada's flagship agencies; setting the standard for older adult services, information, and programming. Serving more than 30,000 people each year, Kerby Centre strives to assist older adults to live well as possible, as residents in the community. Click on the logo for more information.


Taking Strides is a non profit, student-run initiative aiming to improve physical literacy in children with any disabilities. Our inclusive program features 1-on-1 pairing with a student volunteer in a fun and safe environment to develop motor skills and positive social relationships.