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Every1Games is offering a new program at George Brown College's School of Design. Starting November 15 (and the next 4 Saturdays), join Every1Games for 5 full days to learn the basics of Unity game development engine, the most popular game making tool in the industry. “More games are made with Unity than with any other game technology.” Every1Games delivers programs with a focus on social, technical and professional skills development. This Program is recommended for ages 16 – 25, no experience necessary. Autism Ontario Toronto Chapter Members save 50% off standard fees! Register online and find out more at every1games.ca/specopsintro.

 


 

Autism Ontario - Toronto - Visit with Santa...Attention all families!

The Scarborough Town Centre is offering Autism Ontario families exclusive time with Santa on Sunday, November 16, 23, and 30 from 9:00am - 10:30am. PLUS they are offering a 50% discount on all photos with Santa! Space is limited and must be pre-booked.

For more information on booking your space go to: http://visitwithsanta.eventbrite.ca

 


 

bowlathonSecond Annual Bowlathon

Second Annual Bowlathon was held on Nov 1st. The event brought in new faces and volunteers. The event raised over $3,625 (and counting). Prizes for top 3 fundraisers went to:
Nico Veliz: i-pad mini - over $1,100 raised (and counting)
Alex Moya: Galaxy Tablet - over $600 raised
Serena Tracado: HP Tablet - over $500 raised

The Toronto Chapter would like to thank all the participants, new and returning players, the volunteers and the Bowling Committee for all the help throughout the planning and execution of the event.

On Behalf of Autism Ontario Toronto Chapter
Marti Veliz
Chair of Event and Fundraising

Matt Wark
Chapter President

CLICK HERE to see the pictures

 


 

HalloweenPartyToronto Chapter Halloween party

We couldn't have done it without the support and many volunteers from the UofT Autism Alliance Group!

CLICK HERE to see the pictures

 

 


 

Autism Ontario - Toronto - Christmas Party!TORONTO CHAPTER CHRISTMAS PARTY

This annual Christmas party will feature crafts for kids, yummy treats, and a magic show! Best of all, each registered child can meet Santa, have their photo taken together and receive a gift! Please join us!

Registration opens on October 25th at 9am and closes when full.

DATE: Saturday, 29 November 2014
TIME: from 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM
COST: FREE with registration!! (The cost of admission will be funded by Autism Ontario’s Potential Programme.)

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Click here to see the poster

 


Thank you to our Members!

The Toronto Chapter would like to thank our dedicated Chapter members for all your support throughout the years. Without you, we would not be here. To our non-members, if you would like to take advantage of subsidies, reduced cost at events etc. become a Toronto Chapter member now. Join and be part to Autism Ontario Toronto Chapter Family. You can register on line by clicking here

Click “Join Now” button on your computer, select “Toronto” under “Become a Member of Autism Ontario”, it’s that easy!

Membership & Support Opportunities

Wishing you and your families a safe and fun-filled summer. Here’s to meeting you at our upcoming events!

Toronto Chapter
Chapter President - Matthew Wark           
Chair of Events - Marti Veliz         

Email: Toronto@autismontario.com
Web: Autismontario.com/Toronto
Address: 1032 Pape Ave, PO Box 60007, Toronto, ON, M4K 3Z3
Ph: 1-866-925-9969


Chapter Events

Nov 27 - Webinaire en français: Qu’est-ce que l’ACA (Analyse comportementale appliquée)?
Nov 29 - TORONTO CHAPTER CHRISTMAS PARTY
Dec 6 - Teen Go Karting
Dec 6 - Sibling Social Group
Dec 20 - Movie Experience for Teens


iPad®for Children with Autism

Discover how the iPad can help children with autism

A 6-part series on Wednesdays October 15, 22 and 29 & November 5, 12 and 19, 2014
TIME: From 11:30am to 12 :30 pm
COST: FREE!! (The cost of admission will be funded by Autism Ontario’s Potential Programme.)

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

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Autisme Ontario: webinaire provinciale - Qu’est-ce que...Webinaire en français: Qu’est-ce que l’ACA (Analyse comportementale appliquée)?

 

L’ACA se veut l’approche privilégiée pour comprendre le comportement, réduire les comportements à défi et enseigner des nouveaux comportements et des nouvelles habiletés. L’ACA gagne de plus en plus d’attention dans les dernières années. Mais, c’est quoi exactement l’ACA? Cet atelier vise à démystifier l’ACA en examinant de près ses principes de base ainsi que des exemples de son application au quotidien. Les participantes et participants quitteront armés d’une meilleure compréhension de cette approche scientifique du comportement.

DATE: Jeudi 27 novembre 2014
TIME: de 19:00 à 21:00
COST: Gratuit! (Les frais d’inscription seront payéspar le programme Potentiel d’Autisme Ontario)

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

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Autism Ontario - Toronto - Teen Go KartingTeen Go Karting

An event for teens with ASD between the ages of 12 - 18!
Event includes 2 races of 10 laps each

DATE: Saturday, 6 December 2014
TIME: from 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM
LOCATION:
401 Mini-Indy, 37 Stoffel Dr., Toronto, ON M9W 6A8
COST: FREE!! (The cost of admission will be funded by Autism Ontario’s Potential Programme.)

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

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Autism Ontario - Toronto - Sibling Group - DecemberSibling Social Group

A group just for siblings ages 7-11!  This group will target social opportunities for children with siblings with autism.  They will develop strategies and a better understanding of the challenges their sibling faces.

DATE: Saturday, 6 December 2014
TIME: from 2:30 PM to 5:00 PM
COST: FREE!! (The cost of admission will be funded by Autism Ontario’s Potential Programme.)

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Click here to see the poster

 


 

Autism Ontario - Toronto - Movie Experience for TeensMovie Experience for Teens

An event for teens with ASD between the ages of 12 - 18!
Join us for a party at Cineplex!   This event includes drink and choice of nachos, hotdog, or popcorn.  We will be watching “Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb” followed by time to hang out in the party room.

DATE: Saturday, 20 December 2014
TIME: from 11:00 AM to 2:30 PM
LOCATION: Cineplex Odeon - Eglinton Town Centre Cinemas, 22 Lebovic Ave., Scarborough, ON
COST:
FREE!! (The cost of admission will be funded by Autism Ontario’s Potential Programme.)

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

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Dear Members and Guests,
The Toronto Chapter is more than happy to share information regarding our Autism community.
If you wish us to share your information the Toronto Chapter asks to please forward all pertinent information via email (include necessary links, pdf etc.) to Toronto@autismontario.com for sharing. Please include consent to share said information.
If the information you wish to share is something received from another source, please ensure that consent to share has been provided.

Thank you,
Your Chapter CLC

 


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Webinar: iPad for Children with Autism

A 6 - part series on Wednesdays
October 15, 22 and 29 & November5, 12 and 19, 2014
From 11:30am to 12:30 pm

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER 
(then look for the title and the date you wish to register for)

Click here to see the poster

 


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Second Language Parent Mentorship Program

Would you like to connect with other parents of children with autism who speak your language?


Learn about the Second Language Parent Membership Program. This program helps parents/caregivers of a child with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) connect to other parent/caregivers of children with ASD who speak their language either in person or by telephone.

CLICK HERE to see the poster

 


TTC_logoGreat news!

Effective January 1, 2014, a support person accompanying a person with a disability will not be required to pay a fare when travelling on the TTC.
Customers with disabilities who travel with a support person on the TTC must apply for a TTC Support Person Assistance Card to be eligible for this fare exemption. A support person is someone who assists the card holder with communication, mobility, From January 1, 2014 to March 29, 2014, TTC will permit a support person to travel with a paying customer on an honour system. Starting Sunday, March 30, customers will require a Support Person Assistance Card in order for the support person to travel with the card holder on a single fare.
http://www.ttc.ca/Fares_and_passes/Support_Person_Card/index.jsp

 


Potential_Programme_logoPotential Programme now available!

 

The Potential Programme is a unique service from Autism Ontario designed to directly support all Ontario families, parents and children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). 

This programme provides support through greater access to ASD experts in their communities and to provide supportive community-based learning opportunities for children with ASD.

Learn more about the Programme.


WANTED: Your Ideas for Social Learning Opportunities
We welcome your ideas for Social Learning Opportunities funded through Autism Ontario's Potential Programme.

Click here to learn how you can share your ideas with us!


 

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Email: toronto@autismontario.com
Address: Autism Ontario-Toronto
1032 Pape Avenue
P.O. Box 60007
Toronto ON M4K 3Z3

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