Upcoming Chapter Events


   Posted January 1, 2018
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

   Posted March 17, 2017
Summer camp that welcomes families with children of all abilities


   Posted February 14, 2017
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Youth Transition Support

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
Youth Transition Support
 
Program provides home and school based supports for youth aged 12 to 18th birthday diagnosed with High Functioning Autism or Asperger Syndrome. The program will assist youth to successfully transition from elementary through high school by providing support and education to youth and their families. The program will educate peers and provides peer-mentoring support within the school and community.
Supported by Ministry of Children and Youth Services.

   Posted February 1, 2017
Online Survey

The Ontario Brain Institute, the supported Province of Ontario Neurodevelopmental Disorders [POND] Network, and the James Lind Alliance have created a survey assessing views on priorities in neurodevelopmental disorders research. Your input would be an invaluable resource in priority setting. We would like to invite you to complete the anonymour online survey
If you have any questions or would like further information, please do not hesitate to contact Carla Arasanz at the Ontario Brain Institute (carasanz@braininstitute.ca).

   Posted February 1, 2017
SEAC - December 2016 - Meeting Minutes

Our last SEAC meeting was on Tuesday December 20, 2016.
 
Highlights from the December meeting that may be of interest to Autism Ontario:
 
Most of the meeting was spent on identifying exceptional students and how that process was done - testing is done in Grade 4 and if child scores 98% on the GAI (General Ability Index) they are admitted into the program
 
Had a presentation from the Regina Mundi College students and staff from the "School to Community" program that has been run under the religious studies area with great success - open to both mainstream and exceptional students with learning disabilities
 
Reviewed the EQAO scores from the last year and specifically around identified students - very high rate of all of our identified students taking the EQAO test
 
Set Tuesday February 21, 2017 as our SEAC Parenting Network night at the LDCSB office - finer details to still be established at our January 2017 meeting but the plan for the night is to be:
 
First half: plan to have a table of reps for parents to meet from a variety of board reps/services: for example: SLP, Social Work, Psychology, Positive Behaviour Support, Mental Health and hopefully Thames Valley Children's Hospital
 
Second half - Director of Education to speak and then everyone to group according to where their children are in the education process (grade / age / transition stage upcoming) to discuss together along with board personnel there to answer questions and share information and stories. Once finalized, invitations will be given to every parent of an identified student - so all of our parents will be invited to attend but I will forward you a digital mock up of the invite that you may also want to share with our membership once it is completed
 

   Posted January 22, 2017
ConnectABILITY.ca

Check out the new ASD Topic located under Youth, Adults & Seniors. Here you will find links to all sorts of resources, such as general information about ASD, Spirale (a complete listing of all ASD specialists in Ontario), videos from families sharing their success stories and challenges. We are currently developing and collecting more content.
The intent is this webpage becomes a ‘one stop shop’ for ASD resources, with a particular focus on adults, the transition from teen to adult services and passport funding (the process, services etc.)

   Posted January 1, 2017
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 January 1, 2017
EleSense - Breathe with Intention

Inspired by the elegance of nature’s elements, awaken your senses with EleSense aromatherapy designs, keep your essential oils close to your heart.
 
EleSense is excited to partner with the London Autism Chapter.  We have designed a unique aromatherapy bracelet with our signature hand made clay bead that holds your favourite essential oil. Part of the proceeds of the sale of this bracelet (retailed at $20) will go towards the Chapter.
 
EleSense will also be offering free workshops to outline the benefits of essential oils and how you can use them in your day to day routine. You can contact EleSense.design@gmail.com to place your order today

   Posted January 1, 2017
Partners for Planning

A future planning resource for people with a disability, their families and caregivers
 
This website is an incredible resource that includes:
 
Disability and Funding Services
Learning modules that explore various topics
Inspiring Documentaries
Free Professional Consultation
Event Listing and much more!
 

   Posted January 1, 2017
Research Studies


   Posted January 1, 2017

   Posted January 1, 2017
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