Now Accepting Registrations for 2024/2025!

  • Preschool & Kindergarten (2024/2025) – Ages 2.8 to 6 years old who qualify for Program Unit Funding (PUF).
  • Respite Program (2024/2025) – Ages 3 to 9 with a diagnosis of FASD and the need for respite services.            
  • Adult Program – Ages 20+ who meet funding criteria of the Ministry of Seniors, Community and Social Services.     

If you are interested, please call our Family Support Workers at 780.454.5310, ext. 230 or 236.

Find 2023/2024 year Calendars here.

At Elves Special Needs Society, possibility can become ability. The key is partnership between learners, their families, and our experts in the fields of education, health, and rehabilitation. 

Ages 2.8 to 6

Provides opportunities to learn through play while focusing on growth in communication, fine and gross motor skills, social development, classroom skills, behaviours, early literacy, and numeracy. 

Ages 6 to 20

Provides individualized, evidence-based educational programs to support learning and growth. Learners take control of their environment and build self-esteem while improving their functlonal abilities. 

Ages 20 and up

Focuses on the learner through community access, daily living skills, recreation and leisure, communication, fine and gross motor skills, and social/emotional development. 

Ages 3 to 8 

Includes our FASD Respite Program which runs on Saturdays only. Learners enjoy crafts, physical and social activities, sensory integration, free play, and games.

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Elves Child Development Centre

10825 142 Street NW

Edmonton, AB T5N 3Y7

Elves Adult & Youth Centre

10421 159 Street

Edmonton, AB T5P 3A6

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We acknowledge that we are on traditional Treaty 6 territories and traditional meeting ground and home for many Indigenous Peoples, including Cree, Saulteaux, Niitsitapi (Blackfoot), Métis, and Nakota Sioux Peoples.