'Next Steps' Resource Document

New Diagnosis?

Or are you in need of a list of resources for children diagnosed with an ASD under 12 yrs,  click here

Prochaines étapes du comté de Simcoe

Red Flags for Autism Flyer, Click Here

Red Flags for Autism Pamphlet, Click Here

'Future Steps' Resource Document

A resource guide for parents/caregivers of someone diagnosed with an ASD aged 13yrs +, click here

Autism Parent Resource Kit

Click Here for the link to MCYS site with a number of helpful tools for families living with an ASD child.  

School Strategies and ASD Resources

http://learning.autismontario.com/

www.raisetheflagforautism.com

www.specialneedsroadmaps.ca

www.education.easterseals.org

www.mathies.ca

www.kaydansensory.com

How to Create an Autism-Friendly Environment for Kids

How to Discuss Puberty with Your Child Who Has Special Needs

Teaching the Person with Autism How to Drive

Coping With Stress: A Guide For Struggling Parents


Understanding Dyslexia and How to Help Children Who Have It

Autism Ontario Video, Click Here

Understanding IEPs and IPRCs, Click Here

School System FAQ, Click Here

Understanding the Role of an Educational Assistant, Click Here

Tips for Your IEP Meeting, Click Here

Home and School Communication Tips, Click Here

Facing the Challenges of Post Secondary Education, Click Here

Explosive Behaviours

Elizabeth Yeoman B.Sc OTReg (Ont) Occupational Therapist/Psychotherapist spoke to our Chapter about explosive behaviours and strategies for parents.  Click Here for the PowerPoint

Auditory Stimulation

Mirka Grell-Willins is a registered provider of Johansen IAS and you can learn more about this process by clicking here

 Disclaimer: It is important to do your own research and make your own informed decisions. Please note Autism Ontario does not endorse any specific therapy, product, treatment, strategy, opinions, service, or individual. We do, however, endorse your right to information.


You've just received a diagnosis of ASD for your child. Or you're on a waitlist for assessment. Or you suspect that your child may have autism. Now What? Empowerment through Learning & Connecting ..

  • Attend a Parent Support Group Meeting For Additional Information
  • Sign up for our e-newsletter and be connected to what is going on in the community for ASD individuals and families Click Here to Sign Up
  • Visit our office and take out a book from our lending library
  • Read interesting articles from our Knowledge Base Here 

Important Resources: 

Recent webinars hosted by Autism Ontario can be found here

Resource on 'enjoying the amusement park' can be found here

The Easter Seals Society has partnered with a number of entertainment facilities and movie chains to provide free entry to a person accompanying an individual with a special need.  Click Here for More Information

Other Sites:

http://www.thesensoryspectrum.com/











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