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  • Autism Ontario – Waterloo Stars Adaptive Soccer Program Waterloo

    Children with ASD, ages 3-18, are invited to attend 10 weeks of soccer with the Waterloo Stars in Waterloo. Siblings, ages 3-18 are also invited to join the fun!  Waterloo Stars is an adaptive program for children ages 3-18 to have a positive experience on a soccer team.  Autism Ontario will have full and private […]

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  • DSRC Connection – Winter Issue Is Here

    Please click on link below to read the latest issue of the DSRC Connection.  The Connection contains community events and training. DSRC Connection – Winter Issue

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  • IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON AUTISM DIRECT FUNDING

    Autism Direct Funding can be applied for children and youth under the age of 18 with an ASD diagnosis to help with costs related to summer camps, respite support, recreation and leisure activities. Please be advised that Autism Direct Funding Applications will not be mailed to families for the 2019‐2020 fiscal year. Applications for Autism […]

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  • Family Q & A Event

    Family Q+A Event_Kitchener 2018

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Sensory Friendly Movie at KPL

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On The House Date Night

On The House is an opportunity for Waterloo Region families that have a loved one(s) with a disability to enjoy a delicious complimentary three-course dinner for two at Proof Restaurant Lounge. Care, by a trained support person, will be provided for your loved one(s) nearby so you can relax and enjoy! Participants will be chosen by random […]

On The House Opportunity Free Samsung Tablets For Individuals With Autism

Samsung Canada in partnership with Autism Speaks Canada have given over 1,700 tablets to support and foster closer connections with the autism community in Canada. We are excited to announce this year we are providing 500 new Samsung tablets to individuals with autism and service organizations.  Follow the link to apply for a Samsung Tablet. […]

Families of children with autism say they’re stretched thin by provincial funding changes

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