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   Posted December 31, 2015
Caboto Charity Pasta


   Posted May 19, 2015
Improving Behavour - Why Does He Do That?

Improving Behavour
Why Does He Do That?
Date
Wednesday June 17, 2015
Time
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Location
Gregory Drive Public School
180 Gregory Drive West
Chatham, ONT
Description
In this workshop, parents and caregivers will learn the ABC’s of behaviour. We will discuss the things that influence behaviour and how we can change the environment to change behaviour. We will identify behaviours that interfere with everyday activities. We will also explore how parents can gather information about the interfering behaviour and develop prevention strategies.
 
Please note: we cannot address more severe interfering behaviours such as self-injurious behaviour (e.g., hits own head) or aggression that causes physical harm to others.
Cost
Free for families with children with ASD
Activity sponsored by Ontario Ministry of Children & Youth Services, Autism Ontario’s Potential Programme and the Chatham-Kent Chapter
Click here to Register for this Event

   Posted May 13, 2015
Upcoming Webinar

Transitioning to Adulthood:
Employment Strategies and Life Skills
for Teens and Young Adults with ASD
Date
Thursday May 28, 2015
Time
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Location
On Line
Description
 
This webinar will feature both Sarah Duhaime and Patricia O’Connor.
 
Sarah will share practical strategies geared to adolescents and young adults with high functioning ASD and preparing for summer employment or volunteer work including: how to get started on identifying skills/ interests, resume/interview tips, establishing regular routines, and where to job search. Sarah will also describe common and creative workplace accommodations.
 
Patricia will share information about the Transition To Life Program she has developed, which provides young adults with ASD direct training, coaching support, as well as the social engagement necessary to reach their potential and become contributing members of society. This program has demonstrated that youth and young adults with ASD can achieve meaningful employment, purposeful lifestyles and find a community of acceptance.
Free for families with children with ASD
Activity sponsored by Ontario Ministry of Children & Youth Services, Autism Ontario’s Potential Programme and the London Chapter
Click here to Register for this Event

   Posted May 13, 2015
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 May 12, 2015
Autism Ontario - Blue Jays Game

Autism Ontario - Blue Jays Game
Date
Saturday July 18, 2015
Time
1:00pm - 4:00pm
Location
Rogers Centre
1 Blue Jays Way
Toronto, Ont
MAP
Description
REGISTRATION OPENS MAY 25th at 10AM AND CLOSES WHEN FULL.
Jr. Jays Outdoor Activities begin at 11am (optional), Blue Jays vs. Tampa Bay Rays begins at 1pm
Cost
$13 – for age 14 and under
$23 – for age 15 and up.
(Price is for seats only at the 200 level-does not include parking, food, etc.)
Click here to Register for this Event

   Posted May 11, 2015
2015 One to One Summer Support Worker Reimbursement Fund

2015 One to One Summer Support Worker Reimbursement Fund

Dear Friends, Autism Ontario is happy to announce that the 2015 One to One Summer Support Worker Reimbursement Fund is now open for application. We will accept all applications received between April 27, and May 29, 2015 and have a random draw to determine eligibility. Click here.

Fonds de remboursement des travailleurs de soutien individuel pour l’été 2015

Chers amis, Autisme Ontario a le plaisir de vous annoncer que vous pouvez maintenant nous faire parvenir vos demandes dans le cadre du programmeFonds de remboursement des travailleurs de soutien individuel pour l’été 2015. Toutes les demandes seront acceptées entre le 27 avril et le 29 mai 2015 et feront ensuite l'objet d'un tirage au sort afin de déterminer l’admissibilité des requérants. Cliquez ici.

   Posted May 6, 2015
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 February 8, 2015
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 February 7, 2015
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 February 4, 2015













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