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2015 Summer Programs

July 13-17th:
Theme: Science (Ages 6-8)
July 20-24th:
Theme: Science (Ages 8-10)
July 27-31st:
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (Ages 10-12)

Theme: Science
Time: 9-2pm
Where: Maki House (Carling/Moodie Dr.)
Cost: $350.00 inc. HST

Visit our website to review testimonials from past summers and march break programs –

To register please contact Elaine Bissonnette at 613 722 4374 or

   Posted April 7, 2015
Annual General Meeting

We invite you to attend our annual general meeting!

The purpose of this meeting is to elect the 2015-2016 Chapter Leadership Council. Our guest speaker is John Downing - Training City, Entrepreneur, Volunteer, Parent. Nominations for the Chapter Leadership Council closes May 8th at 5pm, and then biographies of all nominees standing for election will be distributed starting May 9th.

Please register your attendance online at

Date: Saturday, May 23, 2015
Time: 3pm to 5pm
Place:RA Centre
2451 Riverside Drive,
Ottawa, ON K1H 7X7

For inquiries contact:
Andrew Wilson
613 552 3877

   Posted April 7, 2015
April Workshops

Fine Motor Development: Theory & Practice

This workshop will cover:
• Understanding the fine motor developmental sequence
• Sensorimotor development and how it relates to fine motor development
• Gross motor development and upper body stability as it relates to fine motor development
• Achieving preliminary steps to Fine Motor Development in the classroom

Date: Thursday April 16th 2015
Time: 7:00 – 8:30 pm
Place: 317 Chapel Street, Ottawa (All Saints Sandy Hill Anglican Church)
Fee: Parents/Students: $35.00 Professionals: $55.00
To Register:
Email, or phone (613) 789-1212

Age-Appropriate Sensory Information For Teens

This workshop will cover
• The Characteristics of Sensory Processing Differences
• Sensory Integration and Neurodevelopment
• Sensory Processing Issues can cause strong feelings
• What happens when we say “yes” to Body Breaks
• How to analyze sensory behaviours to make appropriate sensory suggestions
• Age-appropriate Sensory Integration for High School students: Body Break Activities
• Self-Stimulation/Self-Regulation
• Motor Planning
• The importance of peers
• Guidelines for Body Breaks
• Daily Chores as Body Break Activities
• Reinforcement in relation to work
• Criteria to achieve successful work skills
• Developing successful work habits

Date: Thursday April 30th 2015
Time: 6:30 – 9:00 pm
Place: 317 Chapel Street, Ottawa (All Saints Sandy Hill Anglican Church)
Fee: Parents/Students: $35.00 Professionals: $55.00
To Register:
Email, or phone (613) 789-1212

   Posted April 7, 2015
Driven to Give!

Lincoln heights Ford is partnering up with Autism Ontario - Ottawa to conduct a test-drive fundraising event. For every valid test-drive completed, Lincoln Motor Company of Canada will donate $50 to the participating community partner - up to $10,000 total!

Pre-Register for your test drive in advance by clicking here:

When: Saturday, April 25 at 9:00am
Where: Lincoln Heights Ford
1377 Richmond Road, Ottawa, Ontario K2G 6R7

   Posted April 7, 2015
Webinaire Provinciale - Qu’est-ce que l’aca (Analyse Comportementale Appliquee)

Date, heure et lieu de l'événement:

Mercredi 22 avril 2015 de 12:00 à 13:00 (HAE)

via l'internet
via webinaire, ON M6K 3C5

Qu’est-ce que l’analyse comportementale appliquée (ACA)? L’ACA se veut l’approche privilégiée pour comprendre le comportement, réduire les comportements à défi et enseigner des nouveaux comportements et des nouvelles habiletés. L’ACA gagne de plus en plus d’attention dans les dernières années. Mais, c’est quoi exactement l’ACA? Cet atelier vise à démystifier l’ACA en examinant de près ses...

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Nous espérons que vous pourrez venir !

   Posted April 7, 2015
Social & Live Skills Summer Camp

10 Additional Spots Included!

August 4-7 (4 days)
August 17-21

Time: 9am-4pm
Where: Astolot Education Centre, 1187 Bank Street
Cost: $250/week (for multiple weeks). $300/week (for one week).
Ages 12-18

If you are interested, please contact program director John Anderson to reserve a spot.

   Posted April 7, 2015
Click here for more information.Greeper Laces Fundraiser

Autism Ontario – Ottawa has partnered with Greeper Laces Canada to raise funds for our chapter. Greeper Laces are shoelaces that use a patented toggle to allow the ease of tightening or loosening the laces while keeping them tied.

Greeper Laces are the choice of top athletes as well as persons with special needs and/or mobility restrictions.

Use coupon code AOTT when making your purchase at the link below and receive 10% OFF. Each sale will donate 10% of each purchase to Autism Ontario – Ottawa. Click here for more information. Click here for more information.

   Posted November 4, 2014

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