- ADDL in the Media
- April 16, 2021 - Presentation - Dr. Iarocci and Vanessa Fong
- ADDL - New Name & Website
- New Webinar and Event Recordings Available
- ADDL Welcomes New Students
- Congrats to Former ADDL Volunteers and Future SLPs
- Anxiety Management during COVID-19
- Camp for People with Intellectual Disabilities
- Congratulations to Former ADDL Volunteers and Future SLPs
- ADDL Students Present at INSAR 2022
- Inclusive Theatre & Filmmaking Camp
- Join the Lab
- Mailing List
The Autism and Developmental Disabilities Lab is primarily a research lab, providing services only within the context of specific research studies.
The Clinical Psychology Centre (CPC) at Simon Fraser University is a training clinic for graduate students in the clinical psychology program. Supported in part by the Department of Psychology, student trainees in the CPC provide relatively low cost services.
The Centre for Accessible Learning (CAL) provides accessible learning for students with formally diagnosed or documented disabilities at Simon Fraser University. The CAL can act as a liaison between students and faculty to provide disability-related services and accommodations for exams and lectures, such as assistance with note-taking, additional time for exams, and separate rooms for test taking at the CAL.
SFU Autistics United is a a club at Simon Fraser University for autistic & neurodivergent students and their allies. Hosting free workshops and social events, SFU Autistics United is a chapter of Autistics United Canada which promotes advocacy, education, and outreach to help co-create a better world for autistic and neurodivergent people.
The Autism Mentorship Initiative at SFU is a free service for autistic students to enhance social experiences and connection to the University community, and to help support students' academic success.
The SFU Disability and Neurodiversity Alliance (DNA) is a student-led network of community members who identify as disabled, autistic, neurodivergent, Deaf, mad, and/or as having a disability, chronic illness, long-term condition, or mental illness. SFU DNA creates campus change, address ableism, and promotes disability justice while opposing oppression in all forms. As a constituency group under the Simon Fraser Student Society (SFSS), SFU DNA serves as the official voice for disabled and neurodivergent undergraduates.
For Current SFU Students:
Contact the Health and Counseling Services at SFU (604-291-4615)
Contact the Health and Counseling Services Crisis Line (604-857-7148)
- Canadian Centre for Suicide Prevention
- Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention Centre of British Columbia
- Fraser Health Crisis Line
- Self-Injury Outreach and Support
- Autism Research training (ART) Program
- Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR)
- The Laurel Foundation
- Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research (MSFHR)
- Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC)
- Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC)