click here.Discover Discovery Toys!

We are excited to partner with Melissa Halparin, local resident and Independent Educational Consultant from Discovery Toys to bring you these great products. Also, purchasing Discovery Toys helps support Autism Ontario-Durham Region. To learn more click here.

   Posted November 18, 2014
SEAC Representative Wanted

Autism Ontario - Durham Chapter is currently seeking a SEAC representative to sit as a member on the Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board Special Education Advisory Committee. Members of SEAC require the following qualifications:
- a resident of the board's jurisdiction (i.e. Clarington, Northumberland, Peterborough County)
-a Canadian citizen
- a public school supporter
-18 years of age or older
If you qualify and are interested in applying for this position, please contact us at by November 25, 2014.

   Posted November 12, 2014
Be brave.ASD Project Brave

We are very excited to share ASD Project Brave in celebration of Autism Awareness Month in Canada. This project was made possible by the generous support of Gary Vaughan of Up Is Loud and the Royal Ashburn Golf Club, and the many brave children and adults who participated. And we can't forget Waldo, the autism assistance dog. Please share this video so the world can learn how to Be brave.

   Posted October 14, 2014
Learn about our great membership benefits!

We have some great new membership benefits! See our Membership page for details. Did you know you can now become a member of Autism Ontario online? This option is available for new members or membership renewals. For details click here.

   Posted May 31, 2013
Thanks Petrina's for your support

We would like to thank the folks at Petrina's Taps & Billiards for their support of our Young Adult Social Group. They are so welcoming and accommodating and the group always has a great time there. Petrina's is at 21 Harwood Ave S. in Ajax. Please say thank you the next time you are there.

   Posted November 20, 2014
Advocate's Office Wants to Hear from Children & Youth with Special Needs!

Wednesday, December 3rd is the United Nations International Day of People with Disabilities. What better way to celebrate the day than to listen to the amazing young people who have come forward to help lead the “I Have Something to Say” initiative. Please join us as we hear from young people with special needs who have come forward as leaders, or as they now call themselves “warriors.” Their journeys are compelling, powerful and they are determined to “move mountains”.

If you have something to say visit

Click here to RSVP

   Posted November 14, 2014
Order of the Eastern Star Christmas Dance

To benefit Autism Ontario Durham Region. December 6th 2014 at the Rangers Soccer Club in Whitby,ON. Tickets only $15!
Contact: Patricia Lawrence for tickets and info at 905 668 1278.

   Posted November 10, 2014

A tool for medical professionals to provide to newly diagnosed families

This tear off pad can be ordered upon request at and are provided complimentary of the Potential Programme.

To view, click here.

   Posted September 10, 2014

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