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Autism in Canada - National Needs Assessment Survey For Families, Adults with ASD and Professionals

CASDA is conducting on an on-line National Needs Assessment Survey, thanks to funding from Public Health Agency Canada (PHAC). This on line survey will canvas the opinions of thousands of Canadians, from all provinces and territories. The data gathered will help support surveillance initiatives and identify existing services and service gaps, as well as provide perspectives based on factors such as regions within Canada, age of the individual with an ASD, family needs and views of the professional community.

If you are an individual with ASD, a family member, caregiver, educator of someone with ASD, or a professional who works in the ASD Field, this is your chance to contribute to the foundation of a national autism plan.
Take the survey.

   Posted April 7, 2014
L’autisme au Canada –Sondage sur l'évaluation des besoins nationaux pour les familles, les adultes vivants avec l’autisme et les professionnelles

L’ACTSA s'engage dans un sondage en ligne sur l'évaluation des besoins nationaux, grâce aux soutiens financiers de l'Agence de la Santé Publique du Canada. Ce sondage en ligne recueillera un sommaire des opinions des Canadiens et Canadiennes de toutes les provinces et des territoires. Les données rassemblées aideront à soutenir des initiatives de surveillance et à identifier des services existants et les écarts de services, ainsi que fournir des perspectives basées sur des facteurs comme la région habitée, l'âge de l'individu vivant avec l’autisme, les besoins familiaux et les vues de la communauté professionnelle.

Si vous êtes un individu vivant avec l’autisme, un membre de la famille, une personne donnant des soins, un éducateur de quelqu'un vivant avec l’autisme, ou un professionnel qui travaille dans le domaine de l’autisme, ceci est votre chance de contribuer à la fondation d'un plan national sur l'autisme. Participez au sondage.

   Posted April 7, 2014
WAAD at Ottawa City Hall, 2014Thanks for Raising the Flag for World Autism Awareness Day, April 2 2014

More than 500 towns, cities, and schools raised the flag as part of Autism Ontario's campaign for World Autism Awareness Day. Thanks to the town of Arnprior for sharing this photo of their event with us to use on our website.

For those who may be interested in what Barb Davy said at the Raise the Flag event at Ottawa City Hall, see this link for the text of her short speech. WAAD at Ottawa City Hall, 2014

   Posted April 6, 2014
Comiccon le dimanche 11 mai 2014, dès 10 h

Venez passer une journée avec vos héros préférés!
Le costume est facultatif! Le plaisir est obligatoire!
LES INSCRIPTSIONS DÉBUTERONT LE 7 AVRIL à 9 h ET SUIVERONT LE PRINCIPE DU PREMIER ARRIVÉ, PREMIER SERVI. Cliquez ici pour vous inscrire Comiccon 2014

   Posted April 6, 2014
Summer Camp Information - New update!

Looking for current summer camp information for the Ottawa area? Here's our newly updated file. 2 more camps added this week, plus information on funding. Summer Camp Information 2014 - new updates!

   Posted March 27, 2014
List of participating municipalitiesRaise the Flag for Autism

Raise. Respect. Realize.

Join the Ottawa Chapter on April 2nd in celebrating “Raise the Flag”; Autism Ontario’s unique awareness campaign to officially mark and celebrate World Autism Awareness Day through our chapters, municipalities, schools and communities. A representative from the Ottawa Chapter will be attending the flag raising ceremony at Ottawa City Hall at 9 am.

When we raise the flag, we demonstrate our respect for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder across a life span; and help all those with ASD to realize their potential.

We recognize that people often want to do more than raise the flag – so we hope that on April 2nd, whether you attend a flag raising or not, you will WEAR RED as a means of recognizing the day. We have chosen the colour red to represent our passion and the strength that exists when bringing autism awareness to the forefront, not only on April 2nd, but throughout the year.

Please note, due to the overwhelming interest in participating in our Raise the Flag campaign, not all municipalities proclaiming April 2nd as World Autism Awareness Day will have Autism Ontario Chapter representation.

En raison de l’immense intérêt que suscite notre campagne de Levée du drapeau, Autisme Ontario ne sera cependant pas en mesure d’assurer une représentation de ses sections locales dans toutes les municipalités qui proclameront le 2 avril Journée mondiale de sensibilisation à l’autisme.

Times for municipalities that have shared the time they will raise the flag with the Ottawa office are listed here:
Arnprior noon, April 2
Casselman 5 pm, April 2
Ottawa 9 am, April 2
Pembroke 9 am, March 31
Whitewater Region 12:45 pm, April 2

Click here for the full listing of participating municipalities: List of participating municipalities

   Posted March 19, 2014
New Autism Ontario Ottawa Minecraft Club

Ottawa Minecraft Club - Saturdays March - May 2014 10:15am-11:45am
Autism Ontario/Autisme Ontario East & South East Region
Saturday, 1 March 2014 at 10:15 AM - Saturday, 10 May 2014 at 11:45 AM (EST)Ottawa, ON. To register, go to Ottawa Autism Ontario Minecraft Club registration

   Posted February 13, 2014













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