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Autism Ontario Niagara Chapter, in partnership with the Opening Doors for Adults with ASD (ODFAWA) provincial program is starting a Social Club for Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder

First Official Meet and Greet Social on
Thursday, September 6th 2011, 7:30 pm at
Sami’s Lounge
87 East Main Street, Welland

The purpose of this Meet and Greet Social is to meet our Adult clients and discuss future social events and programming.

There is NO FEE for this event and there WILL BE FOOD!

This event is open to adults with HFA and Aspergers ages 18 and over and are interested in being a part of the ASD Social Club and Adult ASD programs.

Check out  more details on Facebook;

Dream Weavers Pilot Project – An Employment & Life Skills Program for young adults with autism.

View the Dream Weavers-Pilot Project flyer or contact Dreamweavers at (647) 618-0796 (email: for more information!


Adolescent Social Skills Group (PEERS)

PEERS (Program for the Education and Enrichment of Relational Skills) is a 14-week evidence-based social skills intervention. It is a free program which runs once a week for 90 minutes. Groups will be offered in two lcoations across Toronto; one in the central/west end and one in the north/east end. Teens meet together to learn and practice key social skills, while parents meet in another room to learn how to coach and support these skills.

This group-based service is for adolescents 11-18 years old who are motivated to learn ways to make and keep friends. It is geared to those formally diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder who are considered to have High Functioning Autism or Asperger’s Syndrome.

  • Middle school aged adolescents and their parents meet from 5:00-6:30 p.m
  • Secondary school aged adolescents and their parents meet from 7:00-8:30 p.m.

Parents and teens must be able to commit to regular attendance and to participate in weekly homework assignments.


If your child meets the criteria above, email or call Surrey Place Centre, School Support Program at (416) 925-5141 Extension 2101


Adults Count! Survey

The Adults Count! Survey has been launched! Adults Count! is a province-wide survey that will provide important information of the needs of adults on the Autism Spectrum. This web-based survey will be used to advocate for more services for adults and provide a better profile of individuals on the Spectrum 16 years of age and over. The survey can be completed by:

(1) An individual 16 years old or older who has been diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder by a professional; OR

(2) A family member (e.g., sibling, parent) who is knowledgeable about the needs of a specific individual, 16 years old or older, diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder; OR

(3) A professional (e.g., group home worker, Adult Protective Service Worker, therapist) who is knowledgeable about the needs of a specific individual, 16 years old or older, diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder.

If you are interested in receiving more information about the survey, please email or phone (416) 920-4999 x 0165


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