For Adults and Teens
Autism Ontario's Building Brighter Futures Fund is now open. The Toronto Chapter will be giving this BBFF award to an adult with ASD and their family for the first time in 2013. This is an annual award.
Eligibility: Person with ASD 18 year of age or older.
Should a Francophone family require this assistance, please invite them to communicate directly with Suzanne Murphy, French Language Services Consultant: firstname.lastname@example.org, 705-706-2619 to arrange telephone support.
For more details about BBFF and the application form, please click on the link below.
The BBFF Application Form 2013 (Toronto Chapter)
Autism Ontario Toronto Chapter in partnership with the MukiBaum Foundation are offering the Creativity Program, an art education program for individuals with autism 18 years of age and older. If there is some interest among teens, older teen applicants may also be accepted into this arts education program based on the intake assessment of needs & program suitability.
Schedule: Starting on September 11th, 2013 & Each Wednesday (Mondays are optional per demand.)
Cost: $185 per person for the month
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Information and Resources
See Services page for adult and teen-specific services.
HAADD offers the Joseph Umbrico Bursary, bursaries for individuals age 18 and over on the autism spectrum for "projects that will add to the quality of their lives." One-time bursaries of up to $2,500 may be granted for proposals that are "designed to match each individual's unique strengths and needs, innovative ideas that might be later adopted by others". Projects might include assessments, tutors/coaches/companions, equipment/adaptive aids, or special training. Projects may not be covered by other government financial sources.
Contact HAADD at www.dante.med.utoronto.ca/haadd/