OPAAA Presentation to Dr. Helena Jaczek, Minister of Community and Social Services

On March 9, 2015 the Ontario Partnership for Adults with Aspergers and Autism presented the following report to the Minister of Community and Social Services. Read the report.

   Posted March 12, 2015
Autism Ontario's Knowledge Base

Our Knowledge Base is a bilingual searchable database that includes information for adults with ASD. Check back often as new articles are added frequently.

Here's an article on Frequently Asked Questions: Getting a Diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in Adolescence or Adulthood

   Posted February 27, 2015
Transition Resource Guide

This resource guide is for students with disabilities who are transitioning to post-secondary education. Click here.

   Posted February 23, 2015
Get started here!A future planning resource for people with a disability, their families and caregivers

This website is an incredible resource that includes:
- Disability and Funding Services
- Learning modules that explore various topics
- Inspiring Documentaries
- Free Professional Consultation
- Event Listing and much more!
Get started here!

   Posted January 16, 2015
Read the Toronto Star article.OPAAA Cites Critical Gaps in Adult Autism Services

In a letter to the Ontario Ombudsman, Ontario Partnership for Adults with Aspergers and Autism (OPAAA) has outlined very serious concerns about services and funding for adults in Ontario.

Read the Toronto Star article.

   Posted January 13, 2015
Learn more about York`s program.Transition Programs for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder in Ottawa and Toronto

Algonquin College and York University have implemented a 2 year pilot project to help high school students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) transition into post-secondary programs. Algonquin College's program is for students with an ASD entering an Algonquin College program; whereas York's program is open to any student with ASD entering a post-secondary program.

Learn more about Algonquin's program.

Learn more about York's program.

   Posted June 18, 2014
Regional Assessment and Resource Centre

Regional Assessment and Resource Centre (RARC) provides appropriate, accurate, comprehensive and effective assessment services and follow up services to the Queen's University student population and to persons with specific learning disabilities in the south-eastern region of Ontario. Visit their website.

   Posted February 23, 2015

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