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Autism Resources in Ontario
Our list of best links, tools, and resources in Ontario to help support Autism, Autism Spectrum Disorder (Asperger’s), and related disorders.
Our agency of experienced and compassionate professionals provides high-quality, community-based mental health and autism services to children and youth in Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington (KFL&A).
Maltby Centre makes positive change possible in the lives of children, youth and families, in our community and across Ontario. We advance thinking and action in Mental Health and Autism through collaborative leadership and by offering services that give each child, youth and family the opportunity to thrive and reach their full potential.
A leader in the Ottawa region in education for students with learning disabilities. Following the Orton-Gillingham methodology, your child will receive a multi-sensory program that provides results and success.
Canada’s only research centre solely dedicated to improving the life quality and life opportunities of children and youth by focusing on the biological factors and life circumstances that influence healthy child development.
Offers warm, comprehensive community based adult day programs for adults with developmental disabilities and their families. Currently provides dynamic, community integration programs for adults and their families who are making the transition from school to community life in the North Toronto and Bloor West communities.
Special focus on adult autism issues, especially in Ontario, Canada. Has a weekly newsletter.
The Ontario Association on Developmental Disabilities exists to support professionals and students working and pursuing careers in the field of developmental disabilities.
Is intended to meet the needs of people with disabilities and help them to become more independent.
A non-profit, charity which was established in 1982. Their mission is to enhance the quality of life for individuals with Prader-Willi Syndrome.
The Ontario Rett Syndrome Association exists to ensure that girls and women with Rett syndrome are enabled to achieve their full potential and enjoy the highest quality of life within their community.
The voluntary provincial professional association of Ontario’s occupational therapists.
O.A.F.C.C.D. seeks to provide information, education and support to families of children with communication disorders.
Located in Richmond Hill, OpenMind Alliance is a Literacy Centre for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
Ontario Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists.
A grassroots group who received a seed grant from Ontario Trillium Foundation for this work. Their members include adults on the autism spectrum (adult ASD community), family members and allies, and professionals. Their goal is to make it easier for adults on the autism spectrum and their families to find the supports and services they need.
Lists events, resources, and support groups.