"The PDD program, which is part of the Ministry of Seniors and Community Supports, provides supports to adults who have a developmental disability. Six community boards deliver local programs and work with adults with developmental disabilities, their families and guardians to identify needs. The boards also work with local agencies to provide services." (from PDD website)
The PDD website has links to the 6 community boards, each of which then has listings of service providers in that area. For example, there are about 40 agencies listed as providing PDD-related services in the Calgary area, offering a variety of services ranging from Supported Independent Living and Overnight Staffed Residences, to Respite and Employment Preparation.
We have lengthier listings of some of these agencies and their services on this fasd.typepad.com site. However, there are other agencies which we have not researched at all. It is up to you to determine whether the services offered apply to your situation, and whether or not you find any agency's staff, philosophy, and so on compatible with you.
Note also that to be eligible for PDD services, the individual with FASD must meet all three key criteria of developmental disability, namely: Sigificantly below average intellectual ability, onset prior to age 18, and related limitations in adaptive skill functioning (life skills).
List of Community Boards for all areas of Alberta. This page provides links to the websites of the various community boards, as well as a map if you are unsure as to what board your town falls under. On those pages, you will find links to listings of service providers. For your convenience, we have included the following direct links:
Calgary Service Providers (PDF format)
Edmonton Service Providers