Upcoming Chapter Events


   Posted January 1, 2018
Summer camp that welcomes families with children of all abilities


   Posted February 14, 2017
ConnectABILITY.ca

Check out the new ASD Topic located under Youth, Adults & Seniors. Here you will find links to all sorts of resources, such as general information about ASD, Spirale (a complete listing of all ASD specialists in Ontario), videos from families sharing their success stories and challenges. We are currently developing and collecting more content.
The intent is this webpage becomes a ‘one stop shop’ for ASD resources, with a particular focus on adults, the transition from teen to adult services and passport funding (the process, services etc.)

   Posted January 1, 2017
Cuppa Kindess Coffee

Now you can support Autism Ontario simply by ordering fresh artisan coffee...roasted to your individual taste...and delivered directly to your home. Quality teas too
 

   Posted January 1, 2017
Directory of Services

Directory of Services and Support for Children and Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder in Southwestern Ontario
Click here for more Details

   Posted January 1, 2017
Look at Me Project

Many children with autism struggle to make eye contact. We hope to make a difference.
With the help of Autism Speaks Canada, Samsung is donating 200 Galaxy Tab S devices. Samsung has preloaded each device with the Look at Me app. Be the first in Canada to experience the potential benefits of the Look at Me app, which is designed to support meaningful connections between parents, caregivers, and their children.

   Posted January 1, 2017
Partners for Planning

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!
 

   Posted January 1, 2017
Private Funding Foundations

 
Private Funding Foundations
 
Angels with Autism provides financial assistance to familes of individuals with autism to secure quality educational and therapeutic services, and to introduce sensory programs. The organization also provides scholarships to individuals with autism for post-secondary education.
 
Jennifer Ashleigh Children's Charity – assists children who are chronically or seriously ill, are 21 years of age or under and whose permanent residence is in Ontario. Family income has an impact on granting decisions. Completion of a Request for Assistance Form is required. The Form may be completed by the child's parent, physician, therapist, social worker, teacher or community liaison.  Requests for assistance are considered in the following areas as they are related to the child’s illness:  CRISIS - Emergency Relief; CARE - Respite, Nursing Care; WELLNESS - Therapy, Medical.  Further details about funding and the application process can be found on their website
 
President's Choice Children's Charity is dedicated to helping children 18 years of age and under who are physically or developmentally challenged. The aim is to remove some of the obstacles that make everyday living extremely difficult and make it a little easier for the child or family to cope with the disability. PC Children's Charity provides direct financial assistance in the purchase of expensive mobility equipment, environmental modifications, physical therapy, and more. A financial assistance application form must be completed.
 
The Incontinence Supplies Grant Program, administered by Easter Seals Ontario, is a program fully funded by the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care for children ages 3-18 with chronic disabilities (physical or developmental) that result in incontinence or retention problems lasting longer than six months requiring the use of incontinence supplies. An application form must be completed and signed by a medical physician licensed to practice in Ontario. The child must be a resident of Ontario and hold a valid Ontario health card. The grant is a contribution to the cost of supplies and may not cover all costs. Contact the Program Coordinator at 1-800-668-6252 ext 314.

   Posted January 1, 2017
Research Studies


   Posted January 1, 2017

   Posted January 1, 2017
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