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   Posted December 31, 2014
Grey_Bruce Chapter Survey

We are seeking your feedback
 
The survey is user-friendly and you should be
able to complete it within 5 minutes or less.
 
We appreciate your willingness to participate and value your feedback. Our hope is this process will help us meet and improve our services.
 
Below is a link to the online survey

   Posted April 6, 2014
Spring Gymnastics Club

Spring Gymnastics Club
Date
Tuesday April 1, 2014
Tuesday April 8, 2014
Tuesday April 15, 2014
Tuesday April 22, 2014
Tuesday April 29, 2014
Tuesday May 6, 2014
Tuesday May 13, 2014
Tuesday May 20, 2014
Time
3:45pm - 4:45pm
Location
Satellite Gymnastics Club
2045 20th Ave E, 
Owen Sound, Ont
Description
THIS IS AN 8 WEEK PROGRAM  
The Spring Get Moving Gymnastics Club will encourage gross motor development through movement and build coordination and core strength. Most importantly it will be a fun activity that is excellent exercise in a safe indoor environment with the supervision of trained and certified gymnastics coaches.
Cost
Free!! 
The cost of admission will be funded by Autism Ontario’s Potential Programme
Click here to Register for this Event

   Posted April 5, 2014
OWEN SOUND SPRING BOWLING

OWEN SOUND SPRING BOWLING
Date
Saturday April 19, 2014
Time
1:00pm - 3:00pm
Location
West Side Bowl
902 10th St W
Owen Sound, Ont 
Description
Families are invited to come out and enjoy some fun bowling
Cost
Free!! 
The cost of admission will be funded by Autism Ontario’s Potential Programme
Click here to Register for this Event

   Posted April 3, 2014
CADDA 2014 Conference

 
Registration Deadline is April 16, 2014 On behalf of the CADDA Committee we would like to take this opportunity to announce that the next Conference will be held on April 23 and 24th 2014 at the Hellenic Centre on Southdale Road, London, Ontario.
 
CADDA is a community partnership between 6 strong agencies in our community being Autism Ontario – London, Thames Valley Children’s Centre, CPRI, Community Living London, Hutton House and Fanshawe College. Together we wish to highlight the rich resources and knowledge available in London, SW Ontario and surrounding areas. We have a number of wonderful workshops and exciting key note speakers planned. 
 
CADDA is pleased to offer and provide many workshops for families and professionals to get real life, evidenced based information that represents best practices around issues related to individuals with Developmental Disabilities and or Autism Spectrum Disorder. 
 
CADDA celebrates the richness and expertise in the SW Ontario region and thanks you for your participation.
 
 

   Posted March 9, 2014
Families in Crisis


   Posted March 7, 2014
Autism Transition Study


   Posted February 15, 2014
Understanding and Addressing Sleep Problems


   Posted February 13, 2014
Autism Empowerment Telesummit

In recognition of Autism Awareness month, there is a FREE online telesummit with a range of expert speakers lined up.  It is very easy for families to register and they will have all of the info e-mailed to them, once registered.  


   Posted February 12, 2014
Calypso

Calypso is a great Autism Ontario resource to help you with your camp search. Camps can be found by region or through various other search words. 
Other Resources on the site include: Factsheets, All About Us forms, Camp contact information and more. 

   Posted February 12, 2014
Educational Scholarships

 
Autism Ontario offers three post-secondary Educational Scholarships

 Eleanor Ritchie Education Scholarship

for individuals on the autism spectrum entering the first year of a post-secondary program

 Jeanette Holden Educational Scholarship

 for siblings of a person on the autism spectrum who are entering the first year of a post-secondary program

 NEW! MacDonald Family Educational Scholarship

for students with a parent with ASD

Applications will be accepted until May 2, 2014


   Posted February 12, 2014
Launch of Ontario's Autism Parent Resource Kit

On World Autism Awareness Day, the Ministry of Children and Youth Services launched the Ontario’s Autism Parent Resource Kit.  
  
The Kit was developed by talking to families whose lives have been changed by Autism Spectrum Disorder. Many service providers, researchers and other professionals also contributed their expertise. It is a new, comprehensive online resource to help families better understand autism and the range of services and supports available in Ontario.
 
The Kit includes information, tools and resources about: 
• Autism Spectrum Disorder diagnosis and treatment
• Everyday living 
• Common transitions 
• Health care 
• Parenting and family support
• Tools to track assessments, diagnosis information, treatment planning and subsequent progress
• References to current services in Ontario and up-to-date research
 
We want this kit to be designed by families for families. 
 
We are asking parents, caregivers and families to submit their design ideas, with a concept that reflects their experience and perspective. They can use original artwork or photos that would be featured on the first page of the kit. 
Click here for More Details

   Posted February 12, 2014
Uplifting Stories

The article focuses on a boy named Owen and his (and his family's) journey to learn to communicate.
 
Please take the time to read this, I think there are some great ideas and "outside of the box" thinking are presented (along with a very
touching, well written account of 1 family's experience.)

   Posted February 11, 2014
CDC Releases Updated Prevalence Numbers: 1 in 68

New Autism Prevalence Numbers Released Today in the US:
 
CDC Reports 1 in 68 Children Affected with ASD 
 
The CDC announced today that autism affects 1 in 68 individuals under 21 living in the U.S.  
For the hundreds of thousands of people who have, or are now living with autism around the world, the pressing needs are for support, education, and health care. There is currently a lack of training infrastructure for professionals who might help this population as it ages, and there is an urgent need for evidence-based treatments. These shortcomings are acute in terms of early intervention as well as in treatments for symptoms, and the challenges experienced by adults. 
Because so many research studies now demonstrate complex genetic/environmental (epigenetic) interactions as potentially causal, it is imperative that the Federal government fund investigation of the environmental aspects in order to protect the health and future opportunities for generations to come.

   Posted February 10, 2014
Finding help in Grey and Bruce County

 
Finding help in Grey and Bruce County - Mental Health and Addictions resources
 
A listing of some of the mental health, addiction and social service agencies serving Grey and Bruce Counties along with a brief description and a contact phone number.
 
 

   Posted February 4, 2014
Families with children with autism face staggering costs - University of Calgary Report

Families face staggering costs for autism care
This newly released support looks at the value of caregiver time - the cost of support and care. This detailed and extensive report "finds a patchwork of unequal and incomplete supports for individuals living with autism spectrum disorders. Gaps are particularly evident once individuals leave the public school system, where they are at least provided with some form of day support." 

   Posted January 4, 2014
Introduction to Autism: Free Online Series for Educators

Introduction to Autism:
Free Online Series for Educators
Geneva Centre for Autism is proud to announce the new Introduction to Autism: Free Online Series for Educators. The modules were developed by a multi-disciplinary team at  Geneva Centre for Autism. 

The team includes an Occupational Therapist, Training Institute Faculty, a Speech and Language Pathologist, and several Board Certified Behaviour Analysts. Each module is approximately 30 minutes. All 12 modules will be available in English and French.

List of the courses:
  • Characteristics of Autism
  • What is Applied Behaviour Analysis
  • Using Reinforcement
  • Functions of Behaviour
  • Communication Strengths and Challenges
  • Understanding Sensory Needs
  • Understanding Social Challenges in Children and Adolescents
  • Learning Styles
  • Using Visual Supports
  • Understanding Stress and ASD
  • Paying Attention to Transitions and Transition Planning
  • Promoting Independence for Community Inclusion

   Posted January 1, 2014













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