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   Posted December 31, 2014
Ontario's Building Brighter Futures Fund

Accepting applications starting September 15th to Autism Ontario's Building Brighter Futures Fund
The Building Brighter Futures Fund provides financial assistance to Ontario adults with ASD or their families through a reimbursement of funds used to open doors for greater participation in local communities. Funding is provided by generous donors!

Le Building Brighter Futures Fund – Un fonds pour bâtir un avenir meilleur Autisme Ontario acceptera les demandes d’assistance financière au titre de ce fonds à compter du 15 septembre 2014
Le Building Brighter Futures Fund permet de fournir une assistance financière aux adultes de l’Ontario qui vivent avec un trouble du spectre de l’autisme (TSA) ainsi qu’à leurs familles. Cette assistance prend la forme d’un remboursement des sommes dépensées pour favoriser une plus grande participation à l’intérieur des collectivités locales. Le Building Brighter Futures Fund a été créé et est alimenté par de généreux donateurs!

   Posted September 30, 2014
Autism Ontario Online T-shirt Campaign!

Autism Ontario is launching a 3 week on-line fundraising campaign
September 10th
 The “Spread a Little Love in Your Community” campaign features this awesome graphic t-shirt for men, women and youth. The goal of the campaign is to build supportive and inclusive communities by creating awareness and the opportunity for dialogue about autism spectrum disorder. Funds raised will support the ongoing work Autism Ontario does to ensure people with autism are provided the means to achieve quality of life as a respected member of society.
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   Posted September 28, 2014
Changing the Course of Autism Conference 2014!

Changing the Course of Autism
Conference 2014!
Date
October 9, 2014
October 10, 2014
Location
Burlington, Ontario
Description
Autism Canada has been hard at work setting up an exciting lineup for this year’s annual conference Changing the Course of Autism happening this October 9th and 10th in Burlington Ontario.  Our presenters include national and international experts in the field of autism. You may recognize some of them:  Dr. Steven Gutstein, Dr. Heather MacKenzie, Dr. Alvin Loh and Raun Kaufman, to name but a few.
 
We invite all to attend this conference in person.  This is a great opportunity for people to network, have some social time while they learn valuable information to empower them on their autism journeys.  
Click here to Register for this Event

   Posted September 24, 2014
iPad® for Children with Autism

iPad for Children with Autism
Date
Wednesday October 15, 2014
Wednesday October 22, 2014
Wednesday October 29, 2014
Wednesday November 5, 2014
Wednesday November 12, 2014
Wednesday November 19, 2014
Time
11:30am – 12:30pm
Location
Webinar - Online
Description
Presentor: Dana Sahian, M.Sc. is a Speech Language Pathologist and the Founder and Clinical Director of SLP4ALL.
Dana is registered with the provincial regulatory college for audiology and speech language pathology of Ontario (CASLPO) and the Ontario
Association of Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists (OSLA).

Discover how the iPad can help children with autism.
Cost
This event is free with registration
The cost will be funded by Autism
Ontario’s Potential Programme
Click here to Register for this Event

   Posted September 21, 2014
Everyday ABA (Applied Behaviour Analysis) with Leslie Cohen

Everyday ABA (Applied Behaviour Analysis) with Leslie Cohen
Date
Saturday October 18, 2014
Time
9:00am – 4:00pm
Light lunch will be provided
Location
59B Potters Rd
Tillsonburg, Ont
Description
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) has long held a key role in the treatment of people with ASD. A central component of this role is the removal of barriers that prevent people with ASD from effectively accessing social, educational, clinical, and community resources. The focus of Everyday ABA is to provide a basic toolbox of positive and effective behavioural strategies for increasing adaptive behaviours that compete with, reduce, and replace challenging behaviours.
Cost
This event is free with registration
The cost will be funded by Autism
Ontario’s Potential Programme
Click here to Register for this Event

   Posted September 18, 2014
Webinar - The Science of Making Friends for Teens and Young Adults with ASD

Webinar - The Science of Making Friends for Teens and Young Adults with ASD: The UCLA PEERS® Program
Date
Friday October 24, 2014014
Time
12:30pm - 1:30pm
Location
Webinar
Description
Deficits in social skills are considered one of the defining challenges among youth with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), yet few evidence-based social skills programs exist for adolescents and young adults with ASD without intellectual disabilities. Using the techniques outlined in her book, The Science of Making Friends: Helping Socially Challenged Teens and Young Adults, Dr. Elizabeth Laugeson will be providing an overview of her empirically supported social skills program for teens and young adults with ASD
Cost
This event is free with registration
This workshop is sponsored by Autism Ontario’s Potential Programme in partnership with the Ontario Ministry of Children & Youth Services and Autism Ontario
Click here to Register for this Event

   Posted September 17, 2014
Chatham Corn Maze Fun

Chatham Corn Maze Fun
Date
Sunday October 26, 2014
Time
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location
iMaze
12786 Longwoods Rd
Hwy 2
Thamesville, ON
Description
Enjoy the giant 10 acre corn maze, bounce on the jumbo jumper, slides and total fun on the farm
Cost
This event is free with registration
The cost will be funded by Autism
Ontario’s Potential Programme
Click here to Register for this Event

   Posted September 16, 2014
Social Learning Opportunity

Social Learning Opportunity activities
and Events
Our Social Learning Opportunity
(programs, events and workshops) proposal
deadline is November 1, 2014
(this covers Jan, Feb, March 2015)
 
If you have any ideas or proposals that you would like submitted please send them to marti@autismontario.com.
 
The SLO application is attached, if you have an idea and need some help with the form please do not hesitate to contact Marti
Click here for more Details

   Posted September 15, 2014













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