Did you miss the webinar: The Science of Making Friends for Teens and Young Adults with ASD: The UCLA PEERS® Program

Click here for more information and to watch the recorded webinar.

Are you interested in registering your child for a PEERS program? Email: christa@autismontario.com or marilyn@autismontario.com

Are you interested in facilitating PEERS Groups? Register today for PEERS Facilitator Training March 4-6, 2015 by Dr. Elizabeth Laugeson for professionals interested in facilitating PEERS groups

Autism Ontario - York Region has a PEERS Group running November 13 to February 26.


   Posted September 19, 2014
Click here to learn more!Michael McCreary's "Does this make my Asperger's look big?" Cross Canada Tour

In October of 2014 in recognition of Canada's Autism Awareness month, Michael is taking his show “Does this make my Asperger's look big?” on the road and will be making a documentary about the trip. Michael will be driving from St John’s, Nfld to Vancouver, BC performing pro bono (that means free) in universities, comedy clubs and galas to help local autism organizations raise funds for programs within their communities. 

He will be interviewing families across Canada, highlighting their stories of positive experiences and messages of hope to help change the stereotype of autism.

Click here to learn more!

   Posted October 6, 2014
NEW! Q & A with an Optometrist

A new Q & A with a regulated professional has been added to our Spirale web resource. It features great questions that may be helpful for parents; like: Many children with autism have sensory issues, how can an optometrist accommodate this? Click here.

   Posted September 30, 2014
Visit the Ontario Working Group on Mental Health and Adults with ASD siteNew Ontario working group to address mental health and autism in adults

"While more than 93,000 adults in Ontario are affected by the challenges of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), many go undiagnosed for far too long. Without appropriate diagnostic and mental health services, many of these adults suffer in isolation. To address this emerging issue, care providers from across Ontario have joined together to create the Ontario Working Group on Mental Health and Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder." Read the news release.

The group, which includes Autism Ontario, CAMH and many more, is hosting a one day conference that will be of interest to psychiatrists, family doctors and mental health clinicians, and will run adjacent to Geneva Centre for Autism’s International Symposium, Autism 2014.

Visit the Ontario Working Group on Mental Health and Adults with ASD site

   Posted August 7, 2014
Did you miss the Everyday ABA Webinar on August 6?

Access this webinar and two other resource rich and practical webinars here!

Hosted by Dr. Leslie Cohen, the Everyday ABA webinar provides a basic toolbox of positive and effective behavioural strategies for increasing adaptive behaviours that compete with, reduce, and replace challenging behaviours.

Dr. Cohen will also be running Everyday ABA Workshops in four locations across the province in 2014 and 2015:
Sudbury - Sept 27, 2014
London- Oct 18, 2014
Ottawa - Nov 22, 2014 (link to come)
York Region (Markham) - March 28, 2015 (link to come)

Avez-vous raté notre webinaire « L’ACA au quotidien » présenté le 6 août?

Vous pouvez le consulter ainsi que d’autres webinaires enrichissants et pratiques en cliquant ICI!

Animé par Leslie Cohen, psychologue, le webinaire Everyday ABA (L’ACA au quotidien) se veut d’abord et avant tout une boîte à outils de base proposant des stratégies comportementales positives et efficaces pour accroître les comportements adaptatifs qui font concurrence aux comportements à défi, en réduisant leur fréquence ou en les remplaçant.

Madame Cohen présentera aussi des ateliers sur le webinaire Everyday ABA (L’ACA au quotidien) à quatre endroits différents de la province en 2014 et 2015.
Sudbury– Le 27 septembre 2014
London– Le 18 octobre 2014
Ottawa – Le 22 novembre 2014
York (Markham) – Le 28 mars 2015

   Posted July 10, 2014













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