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   Posted December 31, 2014
Family Holiday Party

   Posted December 12, 2014
Exploring Options for Home

Exploring Options for Home:
Lifestyle, Legal and Financial Implications
Tuesday November 25, 2014
Monday December 1, 2014
This two-part webcast series explores a variety of options for home from different perspectives.  Participants in the series are disability lawyer Brendon Pooran and parent and advocate, Susan Beayni.
Tuesday, November 25 at 7:00 p.m. - Lifestyle Implications (Susan Beayni)
Monday, December 1 at 7:00 p.m. - Legal Implications (Brendon Pooran)
This event is free with registration
Click here to Register for this Event

   Posted November 25, 2014
Special Oylmpics - Owen Sound Winter & Spring Sports

   Posted November 25, 2014

   Posted October 12, 2014
Autism Research

   Posted October 11, 2014
Gymnastics program a place for learning

 Autism gymnastics program
a place for fun and learning
For any child being physically active is important and it prepares and focuses the mind. These are just some of the benefits of the Let’s Get Moving project Jennifer Miller, president of the Autism Ontario Grey-Bruce Chapter and her team want to give to local area autistic children.

The program started Oct. 8 and runs until Nov. 26 at Satellites Gymnastics Club in Owen Sound. Miller believes the program not only provides the benefits of physical activity, but it provides kids with a social avenue and parents a place to interact with other parents of autistic children.

   Posted October 11, 2014
Snoezelen Room

Snoezelen Room ("Snooze-A-Len")
Stress is a fact of everyday life but there is an island of calm close by.
Participation Lodge has the area’s only Snoezelen Room. Originally designed in Holland, these rooms are used to promote relaxation in people suffering from sensory and learning disabilities. Whether for therapeutic purposes or just stress relief, a reduction in the noise factor of daily life benefit body and mind.
Snoezelen delivers sensory experiences that stimulate the primary senses of sight, hearing, touch and smell.
The mirrored white room provides complete control over lighting and audio levels. You can choose complete quiet or pleasant atmospheric music. Suspend yourself in our unique leaf-chair or float on the waterbed. Our Snoezelen Room is offered for public use at a nominal cost to cover maintenance and upkeep.

   Posted October 10, 2014
Research Study

   Posted October 9, 2014

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