What's Happening?

Items are listed below with newest ones at the top.   Unless otherwise indicated, all events take place at our office at Extend-A-Family, 361 Montreal Street.  Enter at the back of the building on Bagot Street.

 

KidsInclusive is in dire need of volunteers to support the upcoming iCan Bike programs in both Kingston and Brockville (flyer: http://kidsinclusive.ca/i-can-bike/). Please share widely within your networks! We are looking for volunteers for both venues:

Kingston - Tuesday, July 4th - Saturday, July 8th 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Brockville - Monday, July 10 - Friday, July 14, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

We are happy to accommodate any availability on any days (e.g. if you can only volunteer for part of a day that is o.k.!)
Requirements are: Minimum 15 year of age; Copy of current CPIC (Criminal Record Check).

Please note: The success of this year's iCan Bike program will determine the program returning in future years.

Don't forget to share this 'Ticket to Ride' video link https://icanshine.org/ when you pass information along - it gives a great snapshot of what the program offers.

Thanks everyone! Let's make our first year great!

Contact Beth Peters at 613-544-3400 x2610 or icanshine.org/ican-bike-kingston-on.

 

My Choice, My Life, My Voice: A Webcast for Self-Advocates: June 15 @ 7pm  FOR INFORMATION AND TO REGISTER 

Webinar will stay active for two weeks after the event.

 

Communication Supports Program Update: This program continues thanks to the Kingston Foundation for ASD.  Contact the office to create personalized communication supports, visual schedules, power cards, and social scripts to help with life challenges, such as back-to-school, holidays, daily routines, challenging situations, social interaction and more.

Awesome Possums is a free evening drop-in program for children with autism and their siblings put on by the ASUS Autism Partnership. It is a great place for kids to spend some time together playing games, doing crafts and making friends. The goal of our group is to promote fun and improve social skills in a relaxed manner through meeting new people and participating in some activities.

Building Club: Watch for registration.

 














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