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Simcoe County Donors

Autism Ontario - Simcoe County Chapter is fortunate to receive community support from so many wonderful individuals and organizations. Here is a list of our recent donors and generous gift in kind funders: Granted our Chapter $2500 for our 2019 Ski/Snowboard Program at Mt St Louis! Kiwanis Club of Orillia donated $2000 to be used for our Social Skills Programming! Many thanks to the Catch the Ace committee in Angus for donating $5000 to our Chapter! Patchless MC 'Ride for Autism' raised over $16,500 in 2018! WW Huronia & Mapleview Locations Collected $9,000 in the month of April, 2019! ​ CIBC

Simcoe County Charity Golf Classic

The 10th Annual Charity Golf Classic raised $28,500 in 2019. Many thanks to our sponsors, those who donated prizes, golfers and volunteers who made the day a success!

Niagara Tee Up for Autism

Charity Golf Tournament Thank you for your interest in our annual charity golf tournament. Please check back in March 2020 for more details! Autism Ontario - Niagara Region Chapter hosts a Charity Golf Tournament at Rolling Meadows Golf Club, (located at 12741 Montrose Road, Niagara Falls, ON) each year to directly benefit individuals and families with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). Like to play golf and help people? Autism Ontario - Niagara Chapter's Tee Up for Autism Charity Golf Tournament is the perfect event for you! Proceeds from Tee Up! For Autism benefit our Family Funding Bursary

Kingston Chapter Leadership Council (CLC)

The Chapter is governed by the Chapter Leadership Council (CLC) who oversee operations, including monthly meetings, managing finances, establishing committees, and reporting to Autism Ontario. Autism Ontario -Kingston 2019-2020 Chapter Leadership Council President: Jameson Wood Secretary: Anifa Mohammed-Soondar Treasurer: Natalie Nicholson General Voting Member: Ruby Nakogee General Voting Member: Paula Ball Public SEAC Rep.: Natalie Nicholson

Adult Supports in Niagara Region

Due to COVID 19 all face to face programs have been cancelled to further notice. Our Chapter offers an Adult Social Club. This group is for adults 18+ who do not require 1:1 support. Monthly events are organized with the goal of having adults with ASD meet fellow members of their community and have fun taking part in events tailored to their interests. For more information please contact programs.niagara@autismontario.com

Niagara Chapter Leadership Council (CLC)

The chapter is governed by the Chapter Leadership Council (CLC) who oversee operations, including monthly meetings, managing finances, establishing committees, & reporting to Autism Ontario. Niagara Chapter Leadership Council Members 2019-2020: President: Jaci Bakker Vice President: Amy Dunn Secretary: Lucy Zenga Treasurer: Michael Jardine Member at Large: Darla Gowan Member at Large: Selma Basic Member at Large: Lucy Zenga Member at Large: Kate Klassen Member at Large: Mike Gowan SEAC Catholic: Karen Murphy SEAC Public: Amy Dunn

Simcoe County New Diagnosis

You've just received a diagnosis of ASD for your child. Or you're on a waitlist for assessment. Or you suspect that your child may have autism. Now What? Empowerment through Learning & Connecting .. "Next Steps - A Resource Guide for Families" and "Future Steps" for those who have recently had a child diagnosed with autism are now available on our website. Over 45 agencies and services are listed to help parents and community partners navigate the programs and services for children with autism living in Simcoe County. Diagnosticians will now be able to direct parents to this easy to use guide

Children and Youth Programs

F.A.S.T (Fun, Active, Social Team!) Club: For children and youth with ASD (Ages 5-12) Participants will be divided into teams, and each night will have a “weekly goal” to meet (i.e. waiting my turn, sharing with friends, saying thank you, etc). They will participate in different stations (fine motor focus, gross motor focus, and sensory & exploration) which will seek to offer many opportunities for participants to interact with one another socially, and build their peer relationships. STARS (Social Training & Recreation Skills) For Teens and Adults with ASD ( Ages 13+) A recreational program