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.
Donations stay in the London Chapter and help support resources, programs and skill development.
Donate by using the red donate button in the header above, and select “London” as the chapter.
Thank you, Digital Extreme for hosting TennoConn 2020 and for choosing Autism Ontario London as one of the local London charities to donate to. It is through donations such as yours that we are able to help offer resources, life skills, connections, and services to families and individuals with autism.
Donate at CanadaHelps: https://www.canadahelps.org/en/pages/raise-autism-awareness-and-support-opportunities/
Autism Ontario London couldn't be prouder of this young man, Jeremy, who we have watched grow and who continues to bring joy to everyone. Jeremy and his family joining our organization when Jeremy was a tot. He and his family have participated in numerous social learning activities, events, fundraisers, and support groups at Autism Ontario London. We always look forward to Jeremy and his family. Jeremy keeps the positive going. Big hugs from London Chapter - we are so proud of your video! Please listen to Jeremy's video, as he talks about Dreams Come True Music Studios and performs:
This is Jeremy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MnWUtpYLA-k&feature=youtu.be