Supporting our participants through community engagement

Raising Awareness

that all people have basic needs that must be met.

Accepting all people

for who they are and acknowledging that all people have unique abilities.

Supporting independent living

and teaching required daily living skills.

Assisting job searches

and supporting individuals with skills development for minimum wage employment.

Support Participation

and access to community-based opportunities, such as education, volunteering, and recreation.

Providing a Meeting Place

for those desiring to make a difference in our community.

Community Acknowledgements

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(March 2016)

Special needs individuals gaining skills at Airdrie Abilities Centre

“The Airdrie Abilities Centre has been offering activities and programs to special needs individuals for the past 5 years (presently 7 years). The Society’s mission is to promote equal opportunities to support and demonstrate the strengths and abilities of person’s with special needs….”


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(August 2014)

Festival celebrates Airdrie Abilities Society members

“The Airdrie Abilities Centre (AACS) will soon be hosting its inaugural Airdrie Abilities Awareness Day. Festivities will kick off at Nose Creek Park at 9 a.m. and go until 3 p.m. on Aug. 16. Coordinator Barb Woolsey explains the event will include several activities, a DJ and a barbecue….”


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(Spring 2013)

Abilities Airdrie: Organization offers friendship, acceptance

“Abilities Airdire centre was formed to meet a specific need in Airdrie and area to provide friendship, acceptance and activities for adults with cognitive and physical disabilities. “There was nowhere for them to gather, meet and socialize.” says Abilities director Barb Woolsey…. “


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Our Mission & Goal

To assist and ensure that all individuals receive the support they need to be actively and fully involved in the community. Airdrie Abilities Centre is committed to creating equal opportunities to support and demonstrate the strengths and abilities of people with special needs.