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Halton, Waterloo, Wellington -Sensory Kit
entity:civicrm_event
6206
CARES Caregiver Support Group (online)
entity:civicrm_event
6086
East - Interim One Time Funding Session
entity:civicrm_event
6164
West - How to Submit Your OAP Expenses Information Session
entity:civicrm_event
6070
CARES Support Group for Dad’s & Male Caregivers (online)
entity:civicrm_event
6078
Provincial - Comment soumettre vos dépenses POSA
entity:civicrm_event
6143
CARES Caregiver Support Group (online)
entity:civicrm_event
6116
CARES Caregiver Support Group (online)
entity:civicrm_event
6142
East – Building a Working Relationship with your School (virtual)
entity:civicrm_event
6183
Punjabi Workshop - Coping with My Child’s Diagnosis
entity:civicrm_event
6154
Webinar - Live - Caregiver Burnout: Where Do We Go From Here?
entity:civicrm_event
6152
Provincial - Comment soumettre vos dépenses POSA (en français)
entity:civicrm_event
6170
Webinaire - En direct - Partager le diagnostic de TSA avec son enfant (en français)
entity:civicrm_event
5383
Central West - Autism and Anxiety – Tools for Supporting Your Child
entity:civicrm_event
6208
Webinar - Live - Money Talks: Accessing Financial Resources for your Child with a Disability
entity:civicrm_event
6062
Webinar - Live - No Time Like the Present: Being Mindful Amidst the Chaos
entity:civicrm_event
6159
East – Building a Working Relationship with your School (virtual)
entity:civicrm_event
6184
Provincial - Atelier d’information-accueil sur le financement ponctuel provisoire (en français)
entity:civicrm_event
6171
East – Building a Working Relationship with your School (virtual)
entity:civicrm_event
6185
Webinar - Live - An Autism-informed Approach to Mindfulness with Sue Hutton and Lee Steel
entity:civicrm_event
6193
East - How to Submit Your OAP Expenses Information Session
entity:civicrm_event
6166
East - Ausome Mom's Virtual Support Group
entity:civicrm_event
6118
West- How to Submit Your OAP Expenses Information Session
entity:civicrm_event
6172
Webinaire -En direct - Ados et médias sociaux ( en français)
entity:civicrm_event
5784
Provincial – Créatures volantes et bébites rampantes.
entity:civicrm_event
5792
Provincial - Atelier d’information-accueil sur le financement ponctuel provisoire (en français)
entity:civicrm_event
6173
Provincial – Atelier d’art virtuel en français
entity:civicrm_event
5805
East - Ausome Mom's Virtual Support Group
entity:civicrm_event
6120
Webinar - Live - Assertive Communication: A Balancing Act
entity:civicrm_event
6161
Provincial - Comment soumettre vos dépenses POSA (en français)
entity:civicrm_event
6176
East - Ausome Mom's Virtual Support Group
entity:civicrm_event
6121

Abilities Behaviour Consulting

43.508298, -80.230999
Abilities Behaviour Consulting
entity:civicrm_contact
564841

ADHD & Asperger's/ASD Centre

43.5451091, -80.2488524
ADHD & Asperger's/ASD Centre
entity:civicrm_contact
575098

Anchors Away

42.8863897, -79.252364
Anchors Away
entity:civicrm_contact
570905

Centre for Behavioural Studies

44.2229011, -76.5284353
Centre for Behavioural Studies
entity:civicrm_contact
594436

Collaborative Approach Therapy Services

43.2301072, -80.2846357
Collaborative Approach Therapy Services
entity:civicrm_contact
612529

Developmental Disabilities Consulting Program-Queen's University

44.2540462, -76.4963004
Developmental Disabilities Consulting Program-Queen's University
entity:civicrm_contact
570751

GAIN Learning Centre Inc.

43.0425309, -79.2974781
GAIN Learning Centre Inc.
entity:civicrm_contact
568989

Invisible-Care

43.159894, -79.925041
Invisible-Care
entity:civicrm_contact
611268

Lear Communication

43.224036, -79.898816 , 43.1694703, -79.2290867
Lear Communication
entity:civicrm_contact
585663

Lear Communication

43.224036, -79.898816 , 43.1694703, -79.2290867
Lear Communication
entity:civicrm_contact
585663

Let's Talk Guelph

43.5491341, -80.2804339
Let's Talk Guelph
entity:civicrm_contact
583016

Niagara Speech Connections

43.0855794, -79.1049918
Niagara Speech Connections
entity:civicrm_contact
609110

Phippen House Ltd.

44.1256349, -77.5764942
Phippen House Ltd.
entity:civicrm_contact
595434

Quinte Assessment and Treatment Group Inc.

44.1650647, -77.3799487
Quinte Assessment and Treatment Group Inc.
entity:civicrm_contact
566073

Self-employed Aksana Kavaliova

43.2562389, -79.0861569
Self-employed Aksana Kavaliova
entity:civicrm_contact
589122

Self-employed Heather Sansom

45.0163884, -75.645947
Self-employed Heather Sansom
entity:civicrm_contact
620100

Self-employed Jessica Vaillancourt

43.1168425, -79.1044182
Self-employed Jessica Vaillancourt
entity:civicrm_contact
622175

Self-employed Marnie Loeb

43.5362563, -80.2424344
Self-employed Marnie Loeb
entity:civicrm_contact
587873

Self-employed Rachel McKee

43.5891422, -80.5615298
Self-employed Rachel McKee
entity:civicrm_contact
582989

Self-employed Shannon Eaves

42.9910408, -79.2786085
Self-employed Shannon Eaves
entity:civicrm_contact
582956

Self-employed Susan Gross

43.5228043, -80.2347018
Self-employed Susan Gross
entity:civicrm_contact
581172

Self-employed Toby L. Stahlschmidt-Kah

43.5269334, -80.2080569
Self-employed Toby L. Stahlschmidt-Kah
entity:civicrm_contact
566401

Spectrum Solutions Behaviour Consulting

43.7119804, -80.3797834 , 43.7136045, -80.3886543
Spectrum Solutions Behaviour Consulting
entity:civicrm_contact
585722

Spectrum Solutions Behaviour Consulting

43.7119804, -80.3797834 , 43.7136045, -80.3886543
Spectrum Solutions Behaviour Consulting
entity:civicrm_contact
585722

Speech Sprouts

43.2290033, -79.8429437 , 43.2304608, -80.074795
Speech Sprouts
entity:civicrm_contact
565121

Speech Sprouts

43.2290033, -79.8429437 , 43.2304608, -80.074795
Speech Sprouts
entity:civicrm_contact
565121

Supporting Neurodiversity through Adaptive Programming (SNAP)

43.1184535, -79.2477832
Supporting Neurodiversity through Adaptive Programming (SNAP)
entity:civicrm_contact
571929

TREEO Occupational Therapy

43.5161742, -80.1907975
TREEO Occupational Therapy
entity:civicrm_contact
611616

Wellington Music Therapy Services

43.5544667, -80.2512831
Wellington Music Therapy Services
entity:civicrm_contact
570274

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

Volunteer with Chatham Kent

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

Volunteer with Kingston

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

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.

Kingston

Welcome to the Kingston Chapter of Autism Ontario! The Kingston Chapter is directed by the dedicated volunteers of the Chapter Leadership Council (CLC) in collaboration with Autism Ontario.

Chatham-Kent

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

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

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 Wellington 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