ATEDM is proud to announce that it is now officially recognized by the City of Montréal as a PANAM organization. What does it mean? It is a panmontreal organization, namely a Montreal non-profit corporation providing sport or recreational services to people with functional limitations residing anywhere within the territory of Montreal!
On January 22, 2014, ATEDM was present, together with 18 other organizations, in the hall of honor at city hall for an accreditation ceremony. During this ceremony, official certificates were given to the organizations that were present and each of them was asked to sign the guest book. Each organization has thus received an accreditation for the next 3 years.
Mr. Dimitrios Jim Beis, Member of the Executive Committee of the City of Montreal and responsible for procurement, sports, leisure and cultural communities, Mrs. Monique Vallée, Member of the Executive Committee of the City of Montreal and responsible for social and community development and homelessness and Mrs. Monique Lefebvre, Executive Director of AlterGo were proud to take part in this event. Mr. Denis Coderre, Montreal’s Mayor, was also very happy to be present to congratulate the organizations present for their work.
Monday 3 February 2014 ATEDM IS A PANAM ORGANIZATION ATEDM is proud to announce that it is now officially recognized by the City of Montréal as a PANAM organization.
Monday 9 December 2013 Dissimilar perspective exhibition Lucila Guerrero invites you to her Dissimilar perspective exhibition at Lizard café 3119 Masson street. december 1st to december 31st.
Monday 9 September 2013 FALL 2013 : IT’S TIME TO ACT! Individuals with autism and their families must receive all the necessary services to ensure their quality of life and place in society. We want innovative projects, new expertise, access to medical services, the end of waiting lists and the necessary funds to develop adequate services.
Thursday 2 May 2013 Walk for Autism On Saturday on April 27th, we had 1000 walkers and 2 849 200 steps has been done for the cause. Thanks to all!
Monday 11 March 2013 ATEDM launches a major campaign of actions in the Spring 2013. Autism has to become a national priority. Individuals with autism and their families must receive all the necessary services to ensure their quality of life and place in society. To learn more about this campaign, please see our "Individual/Collective Human Rights Advocacy" section.