Invitation for seniors and their caregivers to participate in a research study on the use of technology such as computers, mobile telephones and the Internet.
A College and University Readiness Workshop for Students with ASD and their Families – Feb. 19, 2019
Join our parent group ! Walking in My Shoes (WIMS) is a monthly meeting for parents of children with special needs, of all ages to meet, greet and share experiences through facilitated discussions
and guest speakers.
Children with physical, developmental or other behavioural needs’ bring their own uniqueness, joy and innocence to yoga classes and benefit greatly by yoga. Yoga helps them experience increased physical flexibility and coordination within their range of ability, increased behavioural self-regulation as well as having increased confidence, self-esteem and relaxation. Simple breathing techniques bring energy and balance to their whole body, mind and spirit.
‘Heart Sounds Yoga’ is offering weekly, early evening Drop-in Yoga Classes for children with special needs. See our article on our blog as well as the class information.
Social Skills Groups for Teens with Asperger’s Syndrome (and related diagnoses)
MEME Creators There are openings for those between the ages of 15 and 18 and have an interest in digital art and technology
Families can sign up for a variety of groups including; Autism Ontario– Diagnosis, now what? Power Of Dads, Baby & Toddler Sleep Seminar, etc. – Winter 2019
Using evidence-based peer-mediated approaches, the TRACKS program supports
adult leaders to teach children the skills to be better friends to their peers with disabilities
and social challenges.
Various programs for people with Autism such as Paint Night, Children’s friendship training and much more.