The AID Search is a new online portal providing access to 3,000 resources from across BC and around the world. The keyword search helps users quickly review our curated records, which link to evidence-based practical information and community resources, sourced internationally.
B.C. residents can find local Community Agencies, Recreational Activities, Service Providers, Support Groups, and Postsecondary Training & Employment Opportunities in our database of community resources.
Find community agencies, recreation activities, service providers, support groups, and postsecondary training and employment opportunities near you.
Start your search with one of 30 categories such as Diagnosis & Assessment, Behaviour Support, Mental Health and Advocacy.
Since 2005, ACT has devoted much of our energy into organizing our online resources to be accessible to B.C.’s large autism and special needs community – wherever they live. Families, and the community professionals who support them, use our comprehensive range of evidence-informed information, as well as links to local resources from dentists to horseback riding, 24/7, 365 days a year.
While ACT’s expertise is in the area of autism, autism is rarely ‘just autism’, so we have gathered information, relevant across the lifespan, that can be keyword searched, including information on other special needs and in multiple languages.
ACT no longer receives funding from the B.C. government to maintain these information resources. If you find this information useful, please consider donating or sponsoring ACT. See Support ACT for details on how to donate.
More information & resources
Visit Information Resources for guides, articles and videos on a wide-range of topics, in multiple languages, sourced internationally to meet the needs of families and community professionals.
Autism Videos @ ACT – free online videos produced by ACT to provide practical information informed by research and clinical experience – relevant across the life-span.
We acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia Community Gaming Fund.