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Brant – Wee Play Sensory
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6313
Oxford – Wee Play Sensory
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6314
Provincial - Atelier d’information-accueil sur le financement ponctuel provisoire (en français)
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6171
Toronto - Virtual Mad Science Show
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6308
West – Parent Workshop
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6279
Webinar - Live - An Autism-informed Approach to Mindfulness with Sue Hutton and Lee Steel
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6193
Central - How to Submit Your OAP Expenses Information Session
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6323
Niagara - Howells Family Pumpkin Farm Sensory Friendly Night
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6310
Provincial - Black Caregiver Check in and Chat
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6297
Niagara – Halloween Art Kit
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6312
Hamilton Region -Crock A Doodle – Pumpkin Pottery Piece
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6296
Central West – Virtual Kids Arts Program (age 8-12)
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6229
Provincial – Atelier – Apprentissage de la propreté (en français)
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6283
West - Interim One Time Funding Session
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6252
Central West – Dance Class - Halloween Theme
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6326
London-Clovermead Farm
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6325
Central and Toronto - Canada's Wonderland Hallowe'en Haunt
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6374
West- How to Submit Your OAP Expenses Information Session
entity:civicrm_event
6172
West - Virtual Astronomy Show
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6224
Provincial – Créatures volantes et bébites rampantes.
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5792
Provincial – Virtual Adult Cooking Program (ages 18+)
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6223
Webinaire -En direct - Ados et médias sociaux ( en français)
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5784
Provincial - Atelier d’information-accueil sur le financement ponctuel provisoire (en français)
entity:civicrm_event
6173
Provincial – Atelier d’art virtuel en français
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5805
Provincial - Black Caregiver Check in and Chat
entity:civicrm_event
6298
Central West - Caregiver’s Paint Night
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6339
Provincial - Sensory Box Delivery
entity:civicrm_event
6286
West - How to Submit Your OAP Expenses Information Session
entity:civicrm_event
6253
West - Virtual Astronomy Show
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6225
Provincial - Black Caregiver Check in and Chat
entity:civicrm_event
6299
West - New Diagnosis Support Group
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6254
Provincial - Rad Dads Group
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6284
Webinar - Live - Assertive Communication: A Balancing Act
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6161
Central-OAP (Ontario Autism Program) Application Drop-in Session
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6346
Provincial - Comment soumettre vos dépenses POSA (en français)
entity:civicrm_event
6176
Haldimand-Norfolk – Holiday slime Kit
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6371
Hamilton – Cookie Decorating Kits
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6365
Provincial - soirée-quizz (en français)
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6373
West - How to Submit Your OAP Expenses Information Session
entity:civicrm_event
6255
Provincial - Kwanzaa Virtual Drumming Performance
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6372

Quarter Auction

Looking for a little online auction fun? ? Join us for the Autism Charity Quarter Auction from the comfort of your home! Auction paddles go on sale on August 21st, with the auction beginning on August 24th and wrapping up with live draws on August 30th. Each auction round, local vendors will post an item (with a description and product value) and bidders comment their paddle number for their quarter bids, it’s that simple! Paddles are $5 for the first one, $2 for any additional paddles, with all paddle sales being donated directly to our chapter! ? In order to purchase paddles, play and keep

London Annual Chapter Meeting

Does your employment require you to volunteer? This is a great opportunity to join a small non-profit organization and make a huge impact. The skills you offer could be just what we need to assist our committee and community. Our Leadership Committee has parents of individuals with autism. It will also offer you the opportunity to learn more about autism. We need you. To attend please RSVP to Kelly @ london@autismontario.com
Hamilton-Wentworth Chapter

World Autism Awareness Day T-Shirts

The Hamilton-Wentworth Chapter has t-shirts available for purchase in support of World Autism Awareness Day being held on Tuesday April 2, 2019. T-Shirts are $10 and are available in various sizes. If interested, please contact office.hamilton@autismontario.com

London Events

Christmas Decorating Contest: Put your decorating skills to the test and send us a picture of your best work for the chance to win a $5 gift card to Tim Hortons! We will share holiday craft ideas weekly-you decide which crafts to make and how many you'll do. Crafts will be shared on Nov 30, Dec. 7, and Dec 14 and winners will be announced Friday December 18th, with their craft posted on our Facebook page! Sign up for our newsletter to receive the weekly craft ideas. CONTEST: One entry per person. On or before December 16th, email a picture of your completed craft to london@autismontario.com

Volunteer with Niagara

There are many opportunities to volunteer with Autism Ontario. Whether you are looking for something casual or something more committed, there is a volunteer role suited to you. Here are some of the ways you can volunteer with Autism Ontario: Administrative: help with mailings, thank you letters, etc. Events: we run events year-round, which require volunteers to keep them running smoothly Chapter Leadership Council (CLC) Our CLC is a dedicated group of volunteers that share their time, energy and talent to oversee the Chapter’s general operations, plan and manage activities, and strive to
Autism Ontario Niagara Chapter

Niagara Summer Camp FAQs for Parents

Autism Ontario Niagara Region has provided an informative Summer Camp FAQ package for parents. This package includes details on what to bring, extreme weather policies, important health information including medication policy, and other additional information to help ensure everyone has a safe and enjoyable camp experience! To download the document, please click here Questions? Contact the Niagara Region Camp Director.

London

Welcome to your London Autism Ontario Chapter! Our goal is to be a reliable source of information and support for all London, Oxford, Middlesex and Elgin citizens who have a connection to autism, including families, children, adults on the spectrum, caregivers, support workers, and teachers.

Volunteer with London

There are many opportunities to volunteer with Autism Ontario. Whether you are looking for something casual or something more committed, there is a volunteer role suited to you. Here are some of the ways you can volunteer with Autism Ontario: Administrative: help with mailings, thank you letters, etc. Events: we run events year-round, which require volunteers to keep them running smoothly Chapter Leadership Council (CLC) Our CLC is a dedicated group of volunteers that share their time, energy and talent to oversee the Chapter’s general operations, plan and manage activities, and strive to

Niagara Region

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. 

Thank you Hamilton Volunteers

A BIG thank you to all our past and current volunteers! There have been many families touched by your dedication, hardwork and passion to make a difference in someone else's life. The smiles seen on the children's faces at our events over the last year were priceless. On behalf of all the families that have at some point attended one of our events, we thank you for tine and commitment. Autism Ontario is always looking for more volunteers! If you are interested in joining our volunteer family, please contact Sandleen, Regional Program and Volunteer Coordinator for more information and available

Thank you Waterloo Volunteers

A BIG thank you to all our past and current volunteers! There have been many families touched by your dedication, hardwork and passion to make a difference in someone else's life. The smiles seen on the children's faces at our events over the last year were priceless. On behalf of all the families that have at some point attended one of our events, we thank you for tine and commitment. Autism Ontario is always looking for more volunteers! If you are interested in joining our volunteer family, please contact Sandleen, Regional Program and Volunteer Coordinator for more information and available