ASUS Buddies

Hello All!

It is that time of year again! If your child is interested in applying for a buddy for the 2017-18 year, please

1. Email the office (
3. Include your child's name and age
4. A reply will be sent to you with our new application paperwork by the next business day.

There will be a "Meet & Greet" for parents & buddies in early October with the kick off event being later in October.

   Posted September 19, 2017
Youth Social Group & Adult Social Group

Ideas wanted!!

We are accepting suggestions of activities that may be of interest to youth with ASD and to adults with ASD.

Self-advocates, family members, volunteers, and community service providers can submit ideas. All suggestions will be reviewed by the Kingston Chapter Leadership Council.

Please contact the Chapter office for more information. Suggestion Form

   Posted September 5, 2017
For more information Chapter, Potential Programme and Community events and workshopsWhat's Happening...

What's happening in and around Kingston, with the Chapter, the Potential Programme and Community service providers. Highlights are below. Click the link at the bottom for full details.

Chapter Family Support: (3rd Tuesday of each month, 6:30-8:30pm downstairs at EAF)
August 15
September 19
October 17
November 21
December 19

ADHD Parent Support Meetings: July 11 and August 8 with locations to be determined.

We welcome information about community events and workshops for posting. For more information Chapter, Potential Programme and Community events and workshops

   Posted June 20, 2017
For more informationPotential Programme

Autism Ontario's, Potential Programme is designed to directly support families of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Contact Marnie Potter, our Regional Family Support Coordinator, via to arrange an appointment.

This program also delivers topical workshops by experts in ASD as determined by community requests. We strive to build community capacity by collaborating and partnering with agencies.

A focal point of contact for many families has been through participation in our numerous and varied social activities; referred to as “Social Learning Opportunities”. For more information, contact Rachel, our Regional Community Events Coordinator at 613-295-9769 or For more information

   Posted June 6, 2017
Autism Parent Resource Kit

The Autism Parent Resource Kit is an online resource to help parents, caregivers and families better understand autism and the range of services and support available in Ontario. Ministry of Children and Youth Services

   Posted June 6, 2017
Programme Potentiel

Le programme Potentiel, d’Autisme Ontario, est conçu pour offrir un soutien direct aux familles d’enfants ayant un TSA. Pour prendre un rendez-vous avec Marnie Potter, notre coordonnatrice des services de soutien aux familles, et pour établir avec son aide un plan personnalisé de soutien et accéder aux ressources locales disponibles :

Ce programme offre des ateliers aux thèmes qui sont déterminés en tenant compte des intérêts manifestés par la communauté. Nous ne ménageons aucun effort pour développer la capacité communautaire en établissant des partenariats avec des organismes du milieu.

Autisme Ontario valorise les occasions d’apprentissage social car celles-ci contribuent de façon importante à la qualité de vie des individus ayant un TSA et de leur famille. Pour plus d’information, contactez Mathieu Loyer : 613-290-8129 ou
Pour plus d'information

   Posted June 6, 2017
Trousse de ressources sur l’autisme pour les parents

La trousse de ressources sur l'autisme pour les parents est une ressource en ligne qui vise à aider les parents, les aidants et les familles à mieux comprendre l'autisme et la gamme de services et de soutiens disponibles en Ontario. Ministère des Services à l’Enfance et à la Jeunesse

   Posted June 6, 2017

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