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 Direct Funding will be available on our website from January 1, 2019 until January 31, 2019. We have changed our application process/deadline so families can be notified of approval prior to beginning summer planning. All applicants will receive notification of the outcome of their application by February 28, 2019. This is to allow families to better plan for summer. Funding cheques will be mailed by the end of April 2019. If you are unable to access the application online, paper copies will be available for pick up at the office.
For more information and apply online please visit http://www.dscwr.com/
or call 519 741 1121
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