Posted January 1, 2018
Annual General Meeting
Annual General Meeting and Call for Nominations
Thursday April 27, 2017
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
| |Egerton Baptist Church
Downstairs Meeting Hall
209 Egerton St
The purpose of this meeting is threefold:
- elect the 2017-2018 Chapter Leadership Council
- inform the membership of chapter developments
- recognize our outstanding volunteers over the past year
Special Guest Speakers
Refreshments and snacks will be served
Posted May 1, 2017
Forest City Road Race
Autism Ontario London Chapter
invites you to register for the
35th Annual London Life Forest City Road Races
on Sunday April 30, 2017
We have partnered with this exciting event as a new fundraiser for our charity. It is very simple for us to benefit. We see this as a huge fundraising opportunity.
You do not need to be fast, you just need to participate!
The FCRR offers running races in 4 distances.
The McFarlan Rowlands Half Marathon
The New Balance 10k
The M&T Printing Group 5k
The McDonald’s Kids Run for Kids Fun Run
Here is how simple it is:
Just register online at www.forestcityroadraces.com
Choose us as your charity
You will receive a confirmation email.
Within that confirmation, there is a link to “Set your pledge details”.
This is your personal page to collect pledges, set this up immediately.
Start sharing your personal link with everyone via email, Facebook and Twitter buttons available right on your personal page.
All pledges you collect will go directly to Autism Ontario London Chapter!
The official Autism Ontario London Chapter team can be found at this link if you would like to donate money directly to the chapter
Posted April 30, 2017
In 2014, Autism Ontario conducted its first Parent and Caregivers Survey about autism services.
We heard from over 1,500 English-speaking and French-speaking parents, caregivers and individuals with ASD.
Now, based on that information, we have put together targeted questions to gather new information about the current needs of the ASD community.
This survey is intended only for parents and/or caregivers of people with ASD living in Ontario.
As you may know, the Ontario Government is in the midst of changing how it provides services to children and youth with ASD.
The feedback you provide here will help us give timely and informed feedback on province-wide initiatives which we will share with the government.
We will also incorporate these valuable perspectives into our future programs and our advocacy work.
Posted April 20, 2017
Posted January 1, 2017
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Posted December 31, 2016