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May 2021

Provinciale: Explorum : Explorons ensemble (français)

May 3, 2021 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Online ON Canada

Autisme Ontario est ravi de vous offrir des activités pratiques amusantes en français! Joignez-vous aux experts dynamiques et amusants d’Explorum tandis qu’ils animent des expériences scientifiques, interactives et stimulantes en français qui permettront aux enfants de s’apercevoir que la science est partout, même où nous nous y attendons le moins. Ils offriront également des ateliers culinaires au cours desquels ils concocteront des plats provenant du monde entier ainsi que des projets artistiques multidisciplinaires dans le cadre desquels ils créeront et…

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Toronto – Interim One Time Funding Session

May 4, 2021 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Online ON Canada

Do you have questions about the Interim One Time Funding process? Have you received an Interim One Time Funding form? Do you have questions about eligible expenses? Autism Ontario’s network of Service Navigators is designed to ensure families don’t have to navigate alone. This workshop is available to all parents and caregivers, and is designed to empower you with information. Whether your child is registered for the Ontario Autism Program, or waiting for Interim One Time Funding, this workshop will…

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Toronto & Durham – Mindful Moms: Meditation and Journaling Workshop

May 4, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Online ON Canada

Mother’s Day is fast approaching, and Autism Ontario would like to invite all mother and mother figures to a virtual journaling and breathwork event. We will be joined by breathwork coach Stephanie MacLeod. Breathwork is a guided three-part active meditation where you will let go of stress as well as “stuck” mindsets and emotions that are holding you back. This transformational practice will get you out of your own head and connected to your body, your creativity, and a deeper…

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Toronto- Cinco De Mayo Chocolate Nacho Kits

May 5, 2021 @ 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
Online ON Canada

Autism Ontario would like to help you celebrate Cinco De Mayo in style with chocolate nacho kits from The Chocolate Messenger. Families are invited to register to receive a kit that will include: -Shortbread cookies -chocolate -candy and sprinkles -instructions to make dessert ‘nachos’ Registered families will receive a kit delivered to their front door on May 5, 2021. 1 kit per family. This event is for families who live in Toronto only. All other registrations will be canceled.

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Provinciale: Café-causerie pour les grands-parents (en français)

May 5, 2021 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Online ON Canada

Cette discussion autour d’un café est destinée aux grands-parents d’enfants, de jeunes et d’adultes autistes. Êtes-vous à la recherche d’une façon de communiquer avec d’autres grands-parents en cette période d’isolement social? Joignez-vous aux prestataires des services de navigation d’Autisme Ontario et à d’autres grands-parents dans le cadre d’un forum de discussion ouvert en ligne. Il s’agit d’une excellente façon de communiquer avec d’autres familles et d’échanger des idées sur les différentes formes de soutien et les différents services dont vous…

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Toronto- Coffee Chat (Online)

May 6, 2021 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Online ON Canada

Autism Ontario, in partnership with the Holland Bloorview Social Workers, is pleased to invite you to a virtual support group. Parents and caregivers are invited to make their favourite hot beverage and connect with us virtually. This will be a wonderful opportunity to share stories and resources. Examples of topics that will be discussed include respite, funding, and camp. You are welcome to bring your own topic ideas. Zoom links will be emailed to registered caregivers prior to the event.

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Webinaire – En direct- Offrir des choix afin de réduire les comportements non désirés (en français)

May 7, 2021 @ 2:00 pm - August 7, 2021 @ 2:00 pm
Online ON Canada

Cette formation virtuelle s’adresse aux parents d’enfants autistes ainsi qu’aux aidants qui travaillent auprès d’enfants ou d’adolescents avec un diagnostic d’autisme. La formation explique plus précisément comment offrir des choix peut effectivement réduire les comportements non désirés chez un enfant ou adolescent. Les questions suivantes seront abordées : · Pourquoi est-ce important d’offrir des choix? · Que dit la recherche par rapport à l’offre de choix comme stratégie préventive dans la réduction de comportements non désirés? · Quels sont les…

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Central – Mother’s Day Bath Bomb

May 10, 2021 @ 9:00 am - May 14, 2021 @ 5:00 pm
Online ON Canada

**REGISTRATION TO OPEN April 21, 2021 AT 9am** Join Autism Ontario and Da Bomb! Celebrating mom this Mother’s Day! What is a Bath Bomb? Bath bombs are fun fizzy, bubbly, effervescent shapes that are made of compressed ingredients that slowly dissolve and fizz in a bath of warm water. They stimulate four of the fives human senses: sight ( with the vibrant colours ), sound (as you lay back and listen to the soothing bath water), smell ( as you…

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Toronto and York Region- Online Grandparent Support Group

May 11, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Online ON Canada

This support group will be for grandparents of children, youth & autistic adults. Looking for a way to connect with other families during this time of social isolation? Join Autism Ontario Service Navigators and other family members in an online support group forum. Our Service Navigators will facilitate theme-based, guided conversation on timely topics. This is a great way to connect with other families and brainstorm ideas on different supports and services in your area. COVID 19 UPDATE: Autism Ontario…

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Webinar – Live – Teaching Social Competencies in School, Home and Community and Why Managing Anxiety is Part of This Process with Michelle Winner

May 12, 2021 @ 12:00 pm - June 30, 2021 @ 1:00 pm
Online ON Canada

In this webinar, Michelle Garcia Winner will introduce the 4-step Social Competency Model to show how our brain processes and creates responses to socially based information, as well as how to use this model to foster development of students’/children’s social competencies. We will also discuss why anxiety is so prevalent in those with social learning differences, as well as how the development of social competencies is important to lessening anxiety. Michelle will provide practical ideas for all attendees to better…

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