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   Posted December 31, 2015
8th Annual Bowling for Autism

Saturday May 2, 2015
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Bowlerama Royale
2086 Dundas St E
London, Ontario
Come out for a fun family event
to raise money for
Autism Ontario London Chapter!!!
Pay to Play at the door –(fundraising is optional)
Please register everyone in your group that is attending so we know how many lanes for bowling we need and how much food to provide.
Pay to Play-$10 per person or $20 for a family of 4.
With donations or total pledges over $50
–registration fee is waived.
Bowling and shoe rental, pizza, snacks, soft drinks/water/juice, and prizes included.

   Posted May 2, 2015
Teens can Cook Too

Teens can Cook Too
Wednesday April 29, 2015
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Knollwood Park Public School
70 Gammage Street
London, Ont
Autism Ontario to offer a cooking class for TEENS with ASD and their siblings. The age for this event is 13 - 18 years of age. The
Program will include safety in the kitchen, simple cooking skills.
Free for families with children with ASD
Activity sponsored by Ontario Ministry of Children & Youth Services, Autism Ontario’s Potential Programme and the London Chapter
Click here to Register for this Event

   Posted April 29, 2015
Notice of Annual Chapter Meeting

AMG / CLC Election
We invite you to attend!
Date: April 28 , 2015
Time: 7 pm to 9 pm
Location: The Church of St. Jude
1537 Adelaide Street North
(at Fanshawe Park Road) , London, ON
Light refreshments provided
The purpose of this meeting is to elect the 2015 - 2016 Chapter Leadership Council and to inform the membership of exciting chapter developments and recognize our outstanding volunteers over the past year.
Our guest speaker is to be announced soon.
This is your opportunity to have your voice heard.
The Deadline for Nominations is now closed!
Only chapter members in good standing may participate in the vote.
Come out and meet the nominees and place your vote.
Click here to see those who are nominated and a bio about each person.

   Posted April 28, 2015

Call for Nominations for 2015
It is the time of year to submit your nominations for the Janine Shantz ASD EDUCATORS AWARD.
This award is given in recognition of an educator, EA or other individual who supports your children in an educational or learning environment.  This person does not have to be a member of the school board or work in the school system.  This person can be anyone who assists your child’s development and truly exemplifies dedication, patience and a true desire to enhance your child’s life.
Education and awareness is our greatest goal and the recipient should exemplify this as a true advocate.
The award will be inscribed with the recipients name and arrangements can be made to present at a school graduation or closing ceremonies.
We will be accepting nominations until May 31st at which time a decision and announcement will be made.
Please send your nominations by email or mail to the office outlining how this person exemplifies the criteria established and why you believe this person should be honoured with this award.  Be sure to include your contact information along with full contact information, school etc. on the individual being nominated.
Those who are nominated but not chosen to receive the award will receive a letter from me advising them that they were recognized for their dedication and work by way of nomination for this wonderful award.
All the nominations are very important to us.
Thank you to all the parents and peers who take the time to nominate that special person.

Submit your nomination letter to:   by email by fax to 519-433-6559 or by mail to Autism Ontario London Chapter 1340 Dundas Street, London ON N5W 3B6.
Please send to the attention of JS ASD Award Nomination Committee. 

   Posted April 25, 2015
Autism Ontario - Ripley's Aquarium - A Sensory Friendly Evening!

Autism Ontario - Ripley's Aquarium
A Sensory Friendly Evening!
Sunday April, 19, 2015
4:00pm - 11:00pm
Ripley's Aquarium
288 Bremner Blvd.
Toronto, Ont
Autism Ontario invites children with autism and their families and friends to enjoy a sensory friendly evening at Ripley’s Aquarium!
This Social Learning Opportunity is sponsored by Autism Ontario’s Potential Programme, in partnership with the Ontario Ministry of Children & Youth Services
Click here to Register for this Event

   Posted April 22, 2015
CPRI- Spring workshop series on Autism

Autism Spectrum Disorders
Knowledge and Practice
Tuesday March 31, 2015
Tuesday April 7, 2015
Tuesday April 14, 2015
Tuesday April 21, 2015
Tuesday April 28, 2015
Tuesday May 5, 2015
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Zarfas Hall, CPRI
600 Sanatorium Road
London, Ontario
A six week lecture series about the diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Each week will offer information about a different clinical area, discussing symptoms and ideas to support individuals with ASD.
Presentations are intended for parents or family members, as well as front-line professionals (teachers, early childhood educators,developmental services workers), students,or anyone else with interest in this topic

   Posted April 19, 2015

Upcoming Webinars

Qu’est-ce que l’analyse comportementale appliquée (ACA)?

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 armé d’une meilleure compréhension de cette approche scientifique du comportement.

Animatrice : Suzanne Murphy œuvre dans le domaine des services à l’enfance et à la jeunesse depuis plus de trente ans, principalement dans le domaine du comportement et de l’autisme. Les mandats qui lui ont été confiés au cours de ses nombreuses années d’expérience lui ont permis de travailler dans différents contextes, notamment dans le système scolaire, les services de garde, les programmes de jour et les programmes basés sur l’analyse comportementale appliquée (ACA/ABA). De plus, Suzanne a souvent eu l’occasion d’intervenir directement auprès des enfants et des adolescents ayant un TSA et de leurs familles.

   Posted April 16, 2015
Free Information Session - RDSP

Free Information Session - RDSP
Thursday May 28, 2015
Best Western Plus Lamplighter Inn
591 Wellington Road
London, Ont
The Registered Disability Savings Plan can help you save for the future.
If you or someone you know has a disability and is under 50 years old, find out how the Government of Canada may help, even if you
don’t have money to contribute.
Session presented by Brendon Pooran, a Toronto based lawyer that provides advice on will and estate planning, Government
benefits and disability law.

   Posted April 13, 2015
We'll Get By (The Autism Song) Johnny Orr Band

   Posted April 10, 2015
Autism Ontario Scholarships

We are now accepting applications for the three post-secondary scholarships that Autism Ontario offers.
Applications are due May 6, 2015.

   Posted April 7, 2015
Cuppa Kindess Coffee

Now you can support Autism Ontario simply by ordering fresh artisan coffee...roasted to your individual taste...and delivered directly to your home. Quality teas too

   Posted December 27, 2014
Directory of Services

Directory of Services and Support for Children and Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder in Southwestern Ontario
Click here for more Details

   Posted December 25, 2014
Look at Me Project

Many children with autism struggle to make eye contact. We hope to make a difference.
With the help of Autism Speaks Canada, Samsung is donating 200 Galaxy Tab S devices. Samsung has preloaded each device with the Look at Me app. Be the first in Canada to experience the potential benefits of the Look at Me app, which is designed to support meaningful connections between parents, caregivers, and their children.

   Posted December 23, 2014

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