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My apologies. The actual meeting date is next Tuesday, April 14th.
In Community Room at Chapters, 2376 Princess starting at 6pm.

The Kingston Chapter is collecting information to create A Guide to Community Services in KFL&A for Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Submissions welcome from any relevant organization or business.

Please feel free to share this with anyone you think may be interested. Click here for other Adult related information

   Posted April 10, 2015
For more information Chapter, Potential Programme and Community events and workshopsWhat's Happening...

In an effort to streamline the information on this site and hopefully make it easier for you to find what you are looking for, things will be moving around. If you cannot find what you are looking for, please contact the office.

Click below for more information about Autism Ontario Kingston Chapter, Potential Programme and Community activities. Links to register, when available, will be included.

Current and past newsletters are now accessed through "Newsletters" in the left column.

April Update: Special Needs Strategy, Newsletter, Minecraft Club

Unless otherwise indicated, Chapter activities take place at our office at Extend-A-Family Kingston, 361 Montreal Street. Enter by the Bagot Street door, at the back of the building.

We welcome information about community events and workshops for posting.

For more information Chapter, Potential Programme and Community events and workshops

   Posted April 7, 2015
Minecraft Club Research Project

Research study seeks youth with ASD between the ages of 10 and 14 years for social skills development. This study will investigate the effectiveness of a social skills program that incorporates interests into play-based activities for youth ages 10-14, those with ASD and, where possible, their siblings of about the same age.

Over the span of eight one-hour sessins during April and May (hopefully starting April 15th/16th), the youth will play MINECRAFTtm on iPads in small groups with direct support from an adult. The sessions will be video-taped. Before the first session and after the last session, the researchers will conduct a short interview (with you and the child) and brief assessment tasks (with your child). The results may be shared at academic conferences and published in academic journals.

For more information, please contact Jeffrey MacCormack at or 613-331-6253.

   Posted April 7, 2015
Office Closure Notice

The office will be closed Monday, April 13th to 20th inclusive for staff vacation. Emails will be checked periodically.

Thank you.

   Posted April 1, 2015
Kingston Chapter Leadership & Annual Meeting

Kingston Chapter Annual Chapter Meeting

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

We have arranged a few guest speakers to discuss "Bullying". We will also take this opportunity to acknowledge our volunteers.

The purpose of this meeting is to elect the 2015-2016 Chapter Leadership Council.

Nominations for the Chapter Leadership Council close Monday, April 20, 2015.
Biographies of all nominees will be distributed starting Monday, May 4, 2015.
Please confirm your attendance to:
Patti at 613-507-7896 or

Everyone is welcome!

Please feel free to share this with anyone you think may be interested.

Thank you.

   Posted March 12, 2015
Friends for Life Presentation

If you missed the presentation during our Family Support Meeting, and would like more information, please contact Canadian Mental Health Association - Kingston Branch at 613-549-7027 or

This program is an 8 week resiliency program for children aged 6-12 years and youth aged 13-17 years for children/youth at risk for anxiety and depression. Each week, the session is 1.5h long. The group size is generally a maximum of 6 participants with one trained staff person and two assistant facilitators. Parent/Caregiver involvement is weekly during the last 15 minutes of each session and through at home practice.
One or two “booster” sessions follow the 8 week program.

   Posted January 19, 2015
For More Potential Program Information Potential Programme

Do you have an idea for a social learning opportunity, workshop or guest speaker/presentation? Applications for events to be funded by the Potential Programme are welcome anytime. For an application, or to discuss the idea of an event, please contact Rachel, Community Events Coordinator, at, or your local chapter office.

To be notified when new events are open for registration, and for information/to register for upcoming events, please visit:

For other information, please contact Orlana, Regional Family Support Coordinator (613-507-7896 ext 502 or, or Rachel, Community Events Coordinator (613-507-7896 ext 503 or
For More Potential Program Information

   Posted November 4, 2014
pour plus d`informationNouvelles Francophones

Le section local de Kingston cherche des parents, professionnelles, adultes qui on TSA, d’autres membres de la communauté pour notre Groupe de Direction du Section Locale. Contactez le bureau pour plus d'information.

Le 20 mai, 18h30 Réunion du Section Local Le réunion c’est en anglais. Lieu doit encore entre déterminera. Speakers’ topic: “Bullying”; Election of new Chapter Leadership Council Members; Volunteer Recognition.

Nous recherchons des idées pour des activités pour les individus et les familles francophones. Si vous avez des suggestions, veuillez communiquer avec le bureau.

Programme Potentiel
Pour de plus amples reseignments, veuillez vous adresser au Orlana, coordonnatrice des services de soutien aux familles (613-507-7896 poste 502 ou, ou Yvonne, Superviseure des événements communautaire francophones. Elle peut être contactée au 1-800-472-7789 poste 240 ou à

Appelez-nous ou envoyez-nous un courriel pour nous faire part de vos idées pour les noms de conférenciers spécialisés, des thèmes d’ateliers ou des occasions d’apprentissage social qui pourraient vous intéresser dans votre communauté.

Pour soumettre une idée, contactez le bureau Kingston ou Yvonne : 1-800-472-7789 poste 240 ou

Vous n’avez pas internet? Communiquez avec Patti au bureau local au 613.507.7896 ou Yvonne au 1.800.472.7789 poste 240 pour plus d’informations.

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   Posted August 27, 2014
Volunteers Wanted!

Volunteers wanted!
In order to offer our various programs, we need your help!

We welcome both occasional and long-term volunteers. Please contact the office to find out how you can get involved in preparation for or at any of the following:
-Childcare for Family Support Meetings (3rd Tuesday of each month)
-Contact local businesses as we are looking for participants for our Job Fair for youth and adults with Autism/Asperger's Syndrome. Date to be set. (Flexible)
-Chapter Library Maintenance (Flexible)
-Tuesday evening Building Club (October 7 - November 25,6:30 - 7:30 pm)
-Ball Hockey Assistant Coaches (dates and time to be confirmed)
-Represent Autism Ontario Kingston at local events (Flexible)
-Family Cooking (dates and time to be confirmed)
-"Please Listen" program assistants (dates and times to be confirmed)

If you are interested in any of the above, please contact Rachel or Patti and we can connect. Thank you in advance for your support!

   Posted May 22, 2014

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