Raise the Flag for Autism

   Posted March 20, 2017
Screening of Boss Baby in Petawawa

Join the Autism Ontario for a presentation of BOSS BABY in Petawawa!!

Troyes Cinema will lower the volume and leave the lights up a little for this private screening.

The movie begins at 1:30pm, but the doors will open at 12:45pm so you can settle in your seats and visit the concession (any concession purchases will be at your own expense).

About the Movie:

A man named Tim Templeton narrates and describes his seven-year-old self as being jealous of his fast-talking, briefcase-carrying baby brother named the "Boss Baby". When he goes on a mission to win back the affection of his parents he finds out about a secret plot by Puppy Co.'s CEO, Francis E. Francis, which revolves around his baby brother and threatens to destabilize the balance of love in the world. Both brothers must unite to save their parents and restore order to the world and prove that love is indeed an infinite force

This event is open to children & youth with ASD, their sibligns, families, caregivers and friends.

Spaces are limited. Registration is required. The purchase of snacks is the responsibility of each family.

   Posted March 20, 2017
Social Butterflies Girls Group

SOCIAL BUTTERFLIES - a Group for Girls with ASD in Grades 2-6

The Social Butterflies is a social learning opportunity for girls on the Autism spectrum who are in grade 2 to grade 6.

The group is organized in collaboration between Autism Ontario members and Portia behavior therapists.

These one hour playgroup sessions would be ideal for girls who have verbal communication skills and can function independently without one-to-one supervision but would benefit from opportunities to interact with other girls on the spectrum.

Neurotypical peers of the same age will also be invited to the group.

The group’s focus will be play based while encouraging social interactions through activities such as crafts, social games, science experiments and more. If this would be a good fit for your child, or if you have a neurotypical daughter that would be a great social role model, this group may be for you!

Session dates: April 22, May 6, May 20 and June 10, 2017

Spots are limited. Priority will be given to children that can attend all the sessions listed.

   Posted March 20, 2017
Musical Improv Workshop

Join Autism Ontario for Musical Improv with Ottawa-based Jazz band Rakestar Arkestra!!!

This hands-on interactive workshop involving: Drums, Percussion, Xylophone and Organ, is designed specifically for kids with ASD. Freedom of expression will be encouraged, as well as attention to group listening. Dancing will not be discouraged!!

Rakestar Arkestra is an 8-piece jazz band that has played at the Ottawa International Jazz Festival, the Guelph Jazz Festival, and the Featherston Autism Unit. Rory Magill, Rakestar's organizer and xylophonist, has led drumming workshops for children and youth with Autism at the Lotus Centre, the Featherston Autism Unit, the TAMIR Foundation, the SNAP Program, and with private students. Erin Parkes, director of the Lotus Centre for Special Music Education, will provide extra support and engagement with the participants.

https://aoesemusicalimprovjr.eventbrite.ca - 8-12yrs old - 1:30-2:15pm

https://aoesemusicalimprovteen.eventbrite.ca - 13-18 yrs old - 3-4pm

Spaces are limited. Registration is required.

   Posted March 20, 2017

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