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Welcome to Autism Society Canada's Website

Whether you are a person with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), a parent or caregiver of a child with autism, a family member, a volunteer, an educator, a health or social service professional, or an interested researcher, this site will provide you with reliable information on autism and referrals to many helpful services and resources. ASC puts special focus on providing information, referral and resources for parents and other family members who are seeking support for children with autism. This site also provides news, resources and links for youths and adults on the spectrum. Please visit Autism Junction, ASC's searchable Canada-wide Directory of ASD services and related supports. Feel free to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it your comments and suggestions.

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New Ontario Working Group to Address Mental Health and Autism in Adults.

CAMH Press Reasdgroup 480lease: While more than 93,000 adults in Ontario are affected by the challenges of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), many go undiagnosed for far too long. Without appropriate diagnostic and mental health services, many of these adults suffer in isolation. To address this emerging issue, care providers from across Ontario have joined together to create the Ontario Working Group on Mental Health and Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder. [Read More


Autism Society Canada's Statement on Latest Estimated Prevalence Rates of ASD — June 2014

According to the latest estimates (March 2014) of the Centre for Disease Control (CDC) 1 in every 68 children is born with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). This results in approximately 515,000 Canadians living with an ASD. This figure does not account for the numerous family members and caregivers whose lives are impacted by autism ... [View PDF]


The Canadian Autism Spectrum Disorders Alliance National Needs Assessment Survey for Autism

Casda-logo1400 people across Canada have already been heard!If you are a person affected by autism—a parent, a caregiver, a professional, or you live with autism—please spend 10-15 minutes to complete the National Needs Assessment Survey for Autism.

Make sure to detail all the gaps in services and areas where you feel more support is needed. Let’s make it count!

The survey is funded by Health Canada and will give us a picture of autism in Canada.

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CTV RML Interview with Arden C. Fiala, Director (Saskatchewan) and VP, Autism Society Canada [Streaming Video].

Canada Needs National Autism Strategy. Corey Allen, University of British Columbia News, March 31, 2014: Canada needs to re-think how it diagnoses and treats autism, says UBC’s Pat Mirenda.

5 Common Misconceptions about Autism. David Kates, Canada.com, April 2, 2014: Autism spectrum disorder is as pervasive as it is vexing: a recent Health Canada estimate suggested that 1 in 150-160 children have autism, while another recent study suggests as many as 1 in 68 children in the U.S. have autism – a growing number largely attributable to ongoing changes in how the condition is identified, classified and diagnosed.

Opinion: Autism Families are Still in Crisis. Jim Munson, Ottawa Citizen, March 31, 2014: We will mark World Autism Awareness Day on April 2 ... Last month, a select committee of the Ontario Legislative Assembly published an interim report on developmental services in Ontario. The final recommendations will be submitted to the Ontario government in May.

Ontario's Autism Spectrum Agencies Welcome Federal Investment in the Working Lives of Youth and Adults [PDF]. Press Release, The Redpath Centre, Kerry's Place: Autism Services, Autism Ontario, February 12, 2014: In the release of the federal budget yesterday by Finance Minister Jim Flaherty, there was a surprise but welcome offering for youth and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) in Canada.

Job Training for Canadians with Intellectual Disabilities gets Boost in Federal Budget. Alex Boutiller, Joel Eastwood, thestar.com, February 11, 2014: Finance Minister Jim Flaherty's budget has small boosts for training programs helping Canadians with intellectual disabilities get to work.


 

 

 

 

 
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Upcoming Events

Wed Sep 24 @12:00 - 02:00
Family Law Seminar: Child and Spousal Support, Custody and Access | 400 Coventry Road, Ottawa ON, Free Parking and Fully Accessible
Sat Sep 27 @09:30 - 05:00
Autism Society Manitoba Walk-a-Thon | Kildonan Park North Shelter
Mon Oct 06
Judy Endow — Outsmarting Explosive Behavior | Edmonton Hotel and Convention Centre 4520 – 76th Ave, Edmonton, AB
Tue Oct 07
Elizabeth Laugeson — The Science of Making Friends: Evidence-Based Social Skills Training for Youth with ASD | Edmonton Hotel and Convention Centre 4520 – 76th Ave, Edmonton, AB
Thu Oct 09 @09:00 - 05:00
Changing the Course of Autism Conference | McMaster University’s Ron Joyce Centre, 4350 South Service Road, Burlington ON L7L 5R8


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