please click here.Summer Camp 2017


We still have spaces available for our 2017 Summer Camp so we are re-opening camp registrations!

This is for families who missed applying during our previous application period between May 8 - May 19 but are still interested in enrolling in our Summer Camp

Please Note:
Our Objective is to ensure all interested campers have the opportunity to attend Autism Ontario - Niagara Region Chapter's Summer Camp. So every camper will be assigned ONE WEEK of camp to begin. If we still have spaces available after every interested participant has received one week, then we will connect with all registered campers (in the order in which the applications were received) to see if they would like to register for a second week of camp.

Applications will be accepted from Wednesday May 24 at 9:00am - Sunday May 28th at 11:30pm.

If you have any questions regarding Summer Camp or the application process, please contact Tricia McNeil, Program Coordinator, at

To learn more about Summer Camp or to apply, please click here.

   Posted April 6, 2017
Click here to watch the Autism Registry Information Session video.Autism Registry Information Session Video

On February 13, 2017 an information session was held by Autism Ontario - Niagara Region Chapter and other local organizations to help educate the public about the Niagara Regional Police Autism Registry.

The session was recorded so that the information could be shared with anyone who was unable to attend in person.

Click here to watch the Autism Registry Information Session video.

   Posted May 5, 2017
click here.RIDE & STRIDE for Autism

We invite you to join us for the 2nd annual RIDE & STRIDE for Autism on Saturday June 17th at Navy Hall in NOTL.

For more info, click here.

   Posted May 5, 2017
One-to-One Summer Support Worker Reimbursement Fund | Fonds de remboursement des travailleurs de soutien individuel pour l’été

Autism Ontario is happy to announce that the 2017 One to One Summer Support Worker Reimbursement Fund is now open for application.

We will accept all applications received between May 1, and June 2, 2017 and have a random draw to determine eligibility.

Autisme Ontario a le plaisir de vous annoncer que vous pouvez maintenant nous faire parvenir vos demandes dans le cadre du programmeFonds de remboursement des travailleurs de soutien individuel pour l’été 2017.

Toutes les demandes seront acceptées entre le 1 mai et le 2 juin 2017 et feront ensuite l'objet d'un tirage au sort afin de déterminer l’admissibilité des requérants.

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   Posted April 13, 2017
click here.TEE UP FOR AUTISM: 19th Annual Charity Golf Tournament

The Annual Tee Up For Autism Charity Golf Tournament is fast approaching! This year's event will take place on Friday May 26, at the Rolling Meadows Golf Club.

Every year this event is a huge success and a great time is had by all! Proceeds go to support the family funding bursary program which helps support families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).

If you are interested in joining the tournament as a participant or sponsoring the 2017 tournament, please click here.

   Posted March 16, 2017
*NEW* Hugga Honey

Join us on Saturday March 25 from 12-2pm at 2F Tremont Dr, St. Catharines for the official product launch of Nutrabee's new product HUGGA HONEY!

Hugga Honey is a new product being offered by NutraBee™ with the net proceeds from every bottle sold going to support Autism Ontario – Niagara Region Chapter to help fund programs and services for children with autism.

All of the gourmet honey products made by NutraBee™ are made from 100% pure unprocessed Canadian Honey. Hugga Honey is made from NutraBee’s wildflower Honey that is rich in nutrients and contains anti-microbal properties.

NutraBee™ was founded in 2000 by Fatima Basic (known by many as “Mrs. Bee”) and with the assistance of her husband, Saban Basic, they have grown this truly local, family business into one of the top gourmet honey suppliers in the Niagara Region, Canada and overseas.

The decision to dedicate the proceeds from Hugga Honey to support Autism Ontario – Niagara Region Chapter was inspired by Medin Basic, Fatima and Saban’s 11 year old grandson. Medin was diagnosed with autism at the age of 2 and since then he and his family have accessed many of the programs and services offered by the Niagara Region Chapter. The product name, Hugga Honey, was also inspired by Medin. Many individuals with autism exhibit self-stimulatory behaviors, or “stims”. Stimming is the repetition of movements or sounds that can often be very self-soothing for an individual. Ever since Medin was little, his verbal stim has been saying the phrase “Hugga Hugga” so from this, the name Hugga Honey was born.

Hugga Honey is $15 a jar and can be purchased at NutraBee’s™ Head Office (2F Tremont Drive, Unit 1, St. Catharines, ON, L2T 3B2)

Special thanks to all those involved in this fundraising initiative:
- NutraBee™
- Minuteman Press
- Future Access
- Block 94

   Posted February 17, 2017
www.tikko.caTIKKO TRAVELS: Dorian’s Story

This 8” x 8” soft-cover children’s storybook is a source of comfort and reassurance for parents coming to terms with an autism diagnosis; who may be seeking ways to broach the subject of ASD with their child. Celebrated for their wonderful uniqueness, humour, imagination, and special gifts, children learn there is life beyond the label, and that anything is possible!

TIKKO TRAVELS Dorian’s Story launches APRIL 1, 2017! If you purchase this book using special promo CODE #AO-NIAG4TIKKO then $3 will go towards Autism Ontario - Niagara Region Chapter to help support programs & services for families.

Learn more at

   Posted February 17, 2017
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