Posted March 2, 2015
SibShops ~ Oct to Jun 2017
Second Monday evening each month in Richmond Hill. If you have a brother or sister with Autism Spectrum Disorder and you are between the ages of 8-14 then SibShops are for you! Register for one, two or all of them. Contact Jamie Read, Family Support Coordinator, Autism Ontario–York/Simcoe if you have any questions: 905.780.1590 x 102 Jamie@autismontario.com
Read more about SibShops & Register here
Posted September 20, 2016
Youth LEADers program
Monday evenings in Richmond Hill: This weekly program is designed to provide teens with ASD the opportunity to socialize & participate in group activities to develop and learn new skills related to leadership and socialization.
Read the program description here
Posted August 30, 2016
ASD Parent Support Survey
Autism Ontario, along with Kerry’s Place Autism Services, is interested in feedback from families regarding Parent Support Groups throughout York Region and Simcoe County. Please take a few minutes to complete our survey as your input will be of great use to us in order to ensure our Parent Support Groups moving forward are accessible and informative. Thank you so much for your time.
Click the Link Here to Access the Survey
Posted August 22, 2016
PEERS program for Young Adults ~ Jan to May 2017
Program for the Education and Enrichment of Relationship Skills (PEERS) for Young Adults ages 18–30 is a 16 week, evidence-based social skills intervention for motivated young adults.
Thursday evenings at Kerry's Place Autism Services in Aurora.
> Kevin Reinhardt, MA. C. Psych
> Jamie Read, Autism Ontario Family Support Coordinator
> Jenna Emery, Kerry’s Place Autism Services
Download the program info sheet (2pg pdf)
Posted August 22, 2016
Children's Friendship Training Oct-Dec
Thursday evenings in Richmond Hill. This 10-week evidence-based, group-format, parent-assisted social skills intervention is for children ages 8 – 12 who are interested in learning ways to help them make and keep friends. Parents are taught how to assist their children in making and keeping friends by providing feedback through coaching during weekly socialization homework assignments designed to build on skills practiced in the sessions.
Facilitated by Kerry’s Place Autism Consultants and Autism Ontario Program Coaches
Read more about CFT and how to apply here
Posted August 10, 2016