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Flip Give- Shop Online

Autism Ontario London FlipGive - Shop on Line, FlipGive is an easy and effective way to help fundraise for our London Chapter while making purchases you would normally make anyway. The company you purchase from donates a percentage of the item price back to London Chapter. It's that easy! Movies, coffee, workout wear, name brands, the directory of brand names are endless: How it Works: Click the here to Join the Team This Autism London link is automatically set up for you. Join now it is free. Our invite code is NMJC53 Create your account: name, email and password. Once completed, you are set

Les différents propos concernant le TSA

Les différents propos concernant le trouble du spectre de l’autisme Il existe de nombreuses façons d’aborder le trouble du spectre de l’autisme (TSA). Nous pouvons l’aborder sous l’angle médical, nous pouvons le décrire par les comportements observés, nous pouvons évoquer les taux de prévalence, nous pouvons parler de détection précoce et de l’importance de l’intervention basée sur des preuves en bas âge, de la nécessité de fournir un soutien aux personnes TSA tout au long de leur vie. Nous pouvons aussi rappeler à quel point les actions revendicatrices jouent un rôle de premier plan dans le

Our History

The Ontario Society for Autistic Children was founded in 1973 as a registered charity by a group of parents seeking to establish educational and support services for their children. Up until 1973, families were often forced to institutionalize their children because educational and treatment programs were not available. In the years since incorporation, we have seen great strides in research into the causes and treatment of autism and into the development of educational and community-based services for individuals with ASD. In 1974, the organization was instrumental in conceiving of

Notre histoire

La Ontario Society for Autistic Children est un organisme de bienfaisance fondé en 1973 par un groupe de parents qui cherchait à mettre en place des services éducatifs et de soutien pour leurs enfants. Avant 1973, les familles devaient souvent placer leurs enfants dans des institutions parce qu’aucun programme d’éducation et de traitement n’était disponible. Dans les années qui ont suivi notre constitution en société morale, nous avons observé des progrès considérables dans la recherche sur les causes et le traitement de l’autisme ainsi que dans le développement de services éducatifs et


Autism Ontario webinars are designed to be an interactive, easy-to-understand, resource for parents, professionals and educators. Webinars are presented in either English or French, by subject matter experts, in a discussion-based format. Webinars are a convenient way for viewers to: Stay on top of current research findings, Learn about educational advocacy, Build resources to support a child on the autism spectrum at school, Gain tools to keep children and youth safe, Learn strategies to navigate the lifespan of people on the spectrum and their families.


Les webinaires d’Autisme Ontario se veulent interactifs, faciles à comprendre, utiles pour les parents, les professionnels et les éducateurs/éducatrices. Les webinaires sont présentés en anglais ou en français, sous forme de discussions, par des experts du sujet traité. Les webinaires conviennent fort bien aux spectateurs/spectatrices qui veulent : se tenir au courant des conclusions des recherches en cours; se renseigner sur l’action revendicatrice en milieu scolaire; trouver des ressources pour soutenir un enfant autiste à l’école; trouver des outils pour protéger la sécurité des enfants et

Disclaimers and Limitations of Liability

All information listed on Autism Ontario’s website is provided “as is”. You agree not to hold Autism Ontario responsible for the content of the listings or actions of the service providers. Autism Ontario does not guarantee the accuracy, completeness, efficacy or timeliness of any content or the quality, safety, or legality of what is offered. Accordingly, to the extent legally permitted, we expressly disclaim all warranties, representations and conditions, express or implied, including those of quality, merchantability, merchantable quality, durability, fitness for a particular purpose and

Avertissements et limitations de responsabilité

Tous les renseignements énumérés sur le site d’Autisme Ontario sont fournis sur une base « tels quels ». Vous convenez de ne pas tenir Autisme Ontario responsable du contenu des listes ou des gestes des fournisseurs de services. Autisme Ontario ne garantit pas l’exactitude, l’exhaustivité, l’efficacité ou la présentation en temps opportun de quelque contenu que ce soit, ni la qualité, le caractère sécuritaire ou la légalité de ce qui est offert. Conséquemment, et dans toute la mesure où la loi le permet, nous nions expressément l’existence de toute garantie, de toute représentation et de toute

Provincially Speaking Survey Results 2018

Top 5 Priorities for Families and Self-Advocates in Ontario Nicole Bardikoff, Katherine Buchan, & Margaret Spoelstra of Autism Ontario, Toronto ON, and Stephen Gentles of McMaster University, Hamilton, ON Click here for a PDF version of the poster. Introduction Autism Ontario conducted an annual province-wide survey to gain a better understanding of the current needs and experiences of caregivers and autistic adults. In the past, Autism Ontario has relied on professional expertise to determine the most important, actionable items from the data. This year, in order to more accurately pinpoint

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

Our Stories

Our mission at Autism Ontario is to ensure that each individual with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is provided the means to achieve quality of life as a respected member of society. We are dedicated to increasing public awareness about autism and the day-to-day issues faced by individuals with autism, their families, and the professionals with whom they interact. Through your support, Autism Ontario serves as the province’s largest collective voice representing the autism community, made up of knowledgeable parents and professionals who can speak to ASD issues across Ontario. We are dedicated

Janet's Story

Why does the work of Autism Ontario still matter after 40 years? It’s really simple. Autism Ontario is extended family for parents with loved ones diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Autism Ontario matters. Our family joined Autism Ontario in 1993, shortly after our daughter Grace was diagnosed with autism. Our membership number was 109, hinting at the humble beginnings of this organization. But that was also a different time. When Grace was diagnosed, we were told that the incidence of autism was only one in 10,000, not the 1 in 66 it is today. When you donate to Autism Ontario

Ethel's Story

My Autism Family My daughter Stacy was born in 1970, and diagnosed with autism at the age of 4. At that time, various doctors and specialists we saw had no knowledge of what autism was, and told me to ‘put her in an institution’. I was appalled, how could a mother lock her child away? What was I going to do? The answer was simple; I would find a way to raise our daughter. When Stacy started nursery school, I met other parents struggling to support their children on the spectrum. In response to these struggles, we joined the York Region Chapter of Autism Ontario and it was there I found a place

River's Story

When my son, River Christie-White, started school, he did not talk. In fact, until the age of about 8, there were no words. And until River was born, I did not know what autism was. Today, Autism Ontario can be there for you when you get the diagnosis, or in fact, at any time you need help. Their staff and volunteers give every day. Now, at 17, my First Nations teen speaks in front of crowds across Canada and the United States, spreading not just awareness about autism, but the need for inclusiveness for all, and particularly supports for children and families with special needs on reserves.

Moton's Story

Who is Moton Hopkins III? Moton Hopkins III is a man who wears many hats. Moton is a retired football player, now coach, with the Ottawa Redblacks. Moton is the older brother of Matthew, a young, non-verbal adult with autism. Moton is the man who created Mo’s Football Camp; a camp where children on the autism spectrum can sharpen their football skills. Moton is the man who brought a group of professional football players and children on the autism spectrum together to play football and have fun! Moton gives back to his community, and is an inspiration to those who know him. Moton’s inspiration

Planning for the Future

Thinking about your child's financial security can feel scary, but it is important to plan. Equip yourself with the information below so you can plan for your child's future. Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP): The Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) is a tool to help you plan for the financial well-being of your relative with a disability. Thousands of families and individuals across the country are already setting up the plan, and an estimated 500,000 Canadians will benefit from this plan over time. With an RDSP... You may be eligible for up to $70,000 in federal contributions

Planifier l’avenir

Si la sécurité financière de votre enfant est un sujet d’inquiétude pour vous, rappelez-vous que la planification est importante. Prenez connaissance des renseignements ci-dessous, car ils peuvent vous aider à planifier l’avenir de votre enfant. Le Régime enregistré d’épargne-invalidité (REEI) Le Régime enregistré d'épargne-invalidité (REEI) est un outil pour vous aider à planifier le bien-être financier d’un proche qui a un handicap. Des milliers de familles et de particuliers se prévalent déjà de ce régime et on estime, qu’au fil du temps, environ 500 000 Canadiens et Canadiennes en tireront

Groupes de soutien aux parents et fournisseurs de soins

Soutenez-vous un enfant qui a reçu un diagnostic de TSA? Aimeriez-vous faire la connaissance d’autres parents et fournisseurs de soins qui sont dans la même situation que vous? Les groupes de soutien aux parents et fournisseurs de soins vous offrent des occasions de vous rassembler, de partager vos expériences et d’apprendre des expériences vécues par d’autres parents. Autisme Ontario est fier d’avoir mis sur pied des groupes de soutien un peu partout dans la province. Venez discuter avec nous de vos difficultés, de vos préoccupations ou de toute autre question qui vous intéresse. Lien vers la

Identification, Placement and Review Committee (IPRC)

As a parent of a child with additional needs, it will be important for you to understand the Identification, Placement and Review Committee (IPRC) process. What is an Identification, Placement and Review Committee (IPRC)? An IPRC is a committee that meets and decides if a student should be identified as exceptional (has additional needs) according to established Ministry of Education categories. If identified as exceptional, the committee decides which placement will best meet the student’s needs. As the name suggests, the IPRC includes distinct parts: Identification: Identifies students who