This summer, the Autism Teenage Partnership (ATP) program are pleased to present Summer Teen Nights. The program will begin on July 8th and run through to August 26th every Tuesday evenings from 6 to 8 pm at Milliken Park Community Recreation Centre in Scarborough. The program provides opportunities for participants to make friends, develop social skills and foster social independence through fun-filled activities as teens diagnosed with ASD typically experience more difficult times integrating into social settings
The Let’s Get Moving Gymnastics Program encourages gross motor development through movement and helps build coordination and core strength. Most importantly, it’s a fun activity and excellent exercise in a safe indoor environment supervised by trained and certified gymnastics coaches. NOTE: PLEASE WEAR APPROPRIATE EXERCISE CLOTHING
Ce groupe vous permettra de socialiser avec d’autres amateurs de jeux de construction et d’exprimer votre génie créateur!
Join the Creative Art Adventure Club and explore a variety of creative media to facilitate self-expression in a fully supportive atmosphere. There will also be a parallel leadership-training program for the youth with autism. Visit Caroline’s website at http://tlc4youth.com/ for more information
Enjoy an amazing family camping trip filled with swimming, paddleboat rides, canoe trips, campfires and much more!
(1 to 4 day options, including overnight, available)
The group will enjoy a game of Bazooka Ball at Fun2 (Fun Squared), then walk over to the nearby entertainment complex for dinner/snacks at Boston Pizza. Each registrant will receive a $10 Boston Pizza gift card. DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION IS AUGUST 1ST.
The focus of Everyday ABA is to provide a basic toolbox of positive and effective behavioural strategies for increasing adaptive behaviours that compete with, reduce, and replace challenging behaviours.
The Everyday ABA webinar will provide an overview of the basic behavioral toolbox we will be exploring in more depth during subsequent workshops throughout the province. It also provides an opportunity for participants to ask direct questions about challenging behaviors, and become more familiar with behavioral problem solving strategies.
Being a parent/family member of a child, teen or adult on the autism spectrum can be highly stressful. “Perfect” parents and families do not exist, but some cope much better than others. Join us for an evening of relaxed, informal information sharing with other parents who are on this same journey
Six weeks of golf lessons for children with autism ages 4+
Come out and join us for a fun day with art, have fun and meet new friends.