Niagara Region

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Welcome to the Niagara Region Chapter! Our chapter is run in collaboration with Autism Ontario staff, as well as the Chapter Leadership Council (CLC) to serve families in the Niagara region. 

What we do:

  • To help our community learn about ASD, the Niagara Region Chapter conducts special speaker and/or training workshops.  These cover such topics as advocacy, support and the latest news in ASD Research. These courses are advertised by e-mail and our website.

  • Work with community partners to promote and enhance awareness about autism

  • Holds various fundraising events throughout the year, and run programs and events for individuals with ASD and their families to get involved, socialize and network

Niagara Events

Monday May 6, 2019 at 6:00 PM-9:00 PM at Christ Community Church 221 Division Street, Wellington

Our Annual Chapter Meeting is our opportunity to report on Chapter activities during the 2018-2019 year and elect the new 2019-2020 Chapter Leadership Council (CLC). After our meeting we are proud to present "See the Potential" talent show. Come out and see children, youth and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder show off their talents. Call Dawn at 905-682-2776 to RSVP.

Click here to download the  2019-2020 CLC Nominees and Bios. 

Our News

 

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