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   Posted December 31, 2015
Raise the Flag

Celebrate World Autism Awareness Day
with Autism Ontario
 
Municipal Flag Raisings • Educator Toolkits • Share Your Story • Watch Our Awareness Video
Our Raise the Flag campaign unites families, schools and communities and connects us all through story.
 
 
Souligner la journée mondiale de sensibilisation à l’autisme avec Autisme Ontario
 
Levées du drapeau dans les municipalités • Trousses d’outils pour les éducateurs et éducatrices • Partager vos histoires inspirantes
Notre campagne de Levée du drapeau unit les familles, les écoles et les collectivités, et leurs histoires inspirantes créent des liens entre nous.
 

   Posted April 2, 2015
Caboto Charity Pasta


   Posted March 30, 2015
Bon Jovi Charity Night


   Posted March 28, 2015
Notice of Annual Chapter Meeting

Autism Ontario Windsor Essex Annual Chapter Meeting
"A CELEBRATION OF AUTISM"
The Annual Chapter Meeting will be held on May 22, 2015 at 6:00pm at the Caboto Club
Please RSVP to livia.windsor@autismontario.com. 
 
The 2015-2016 Chapter Leadership Council (CLC) of Autism Ontario's Windsor Essex Chapter will be elected at this meeting.
Anyone who is a member-in-good-standing of the Windsor Essex Chapter as of April 22, 2015 is eligible to vote in the elections. Voters must be present at the meeting.
 
The Chapter Leadership Council (CLC) is the heart of each Autism Ontario Chapter. The members of the CLC ensure that the business and general operations of the Chapter run smoothly. Joining the CLC is a tremendous way to both give back to a dedicated organization and to assist in progressing Autism Ontario toward its’ strategies, vision and mission. CLC’s are not advisory boards or tasked with governance issues. They are vibrant and energetic groups of people who are working to make a difference in their communities.  If you would like to run for the Chapter Leadership Council please let us know a little about you, send it to livia.windsor@autismontario.com by April 22, 2015
 
Hope you all can make it for dinner and awards. The event is free to Autism Ontario members and the cost for non-members is $15.  Child care can be provided in the room next to the meeting if needed.   We would need to know before May 14 if you need child care.  
 
THIS YEAR WE WOULD LIKE ANY INDIVIDUALS WITH AUTISM THAT HAVE A SPECIAL TALENT TO LET US KNOW.   WE WOULD LIKE TO HAVE YOU BE A PART OF THE NIGHT.
Singing, dancing, art work and other talents just let us know.

   Posted March 28, 2015

   Posted March 25, 2015
Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) Level I Training


   Posted March 24, 2015
Autism Ontario - Ripley's Aquarium - A Sensory Friendly Evening!

Autism Ontario - Ripley's Aquarium
A Sensory Friendly Evening!
Date
Sunday April, 19, 2015
Time
4:00pm - 11:00pm
Location
Ripley's Aquarium
288 Bremner Blvd.
Toronto, Ont
MAP
Description
Autism Ontario invites children with autism and their families and friends to enjoy a sensory friendly evening at Ripley’s Aquarium!
Cost
This Social Learning Opportunity is sponsored by Autism Ontario’s Potential Programme, in partnership with the Ontario Ministry of Children & Youth Services
Click here to Register for this Event

   Posted March 22, 2015
Webinars

Upcoming Webinars

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 principes de base ainsi que des exemples de son application au quotidien. Les participantes et participants quitteront armé d’une meilleure compréhension de cette approche scientifique du comportement.

Animatrice : Suzanne Murphy œuvre dans le domaine des services à l’enfance et à la jeunesse depuis plus de trente ans, principalement dans le domaine du comportement et de l’autisme. Les mandats qui lui ont été confiés au cours de ses nombreuses années d’expérience lui ont permis de travailler dans différents contextes, notamment dans le système scolaire, les services de garde, les programmes de jour et les programmes basés sur l’analyse comportementale appliquée (ACA/ABA). De plus, Suzanne a souvent eu l’occasion d’intervenir directement auprès des enfants et des adolescents ayant un TSA et de leurs familles.


   Posted March 20, 2015
MOM'S DAY GREENVIEW AVIARIES

MOM'S DAY GREENVIEW AVIARIES
Date
Sunday May 10, 2015
Time
11:00am - 1:00pm
Location
Greenview Aviaries
12752 Talbot Trail
Morpeth, Ont
MAP
Description
While Autism Ontario will be on site for the first two hours families are welcome to enjoy the park for the entire day
Note - Supervision of children/youth at this Social Learning Opportunity is the sole responsibility of parents/guardians and caregivers; childcare will not be provided.
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 March 18, 2015
Autism Ontario Scholarships

 
We are now accepting applications for the three post-secondary scholarships that Autism Ontario offers.
Applications are due May 6, 2015.
 

   Posted March 12, 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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