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Autism Ontario London is a registered non-profit organization.

Our chapter encompasses London, Oxford, Middlesex and Elgin Municipalities.

Prevalence Rate of Autism: An Estimated 1 in 66 children have been diagnosed with autism. Visually, that’s one child per school bus.

Our goal is to be a reliable source of information and support for all residents who have a connection to autism including families, children, adults on the spectrum, caregivers, support workers, and teachers. 

What we do: 

  • Provide resources, programs and social skills opportunities to individuals with autism and their families in a supportive, socially accepting, and sensory friendly environment. Opportunities that without support, individuals with autism and their families may not otherwise be able to participate or be involved in.
  • To help our community learn about ASD Chapters conduct special speakers and/or training workshops. These cover such topics as advocacy, support and the latest news in ASD research.
  • Works with community partners to promote and enhance awareness about autism.

Please Donate or Help Us Fundraise

Help us help others- your support is needed. Our chapter is a registered non-profit charity and receives no direct government funding.  

Donation can be done in one of the following ways:

  • Donate by using the red donate button in the header above, and select “London” as the chapter.
  • Donate at CanadaHelps:
  • Or contact London Chapter at 519-433-3390

We are currently offering several virtual opportunities for families and individuals with autism.

Our News


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Our Events

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