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Congratulations to Autism Ontario Scholarship Recipients!

Autism Ontario
Each year Autism Ontario awards scholarships to outstanding students entering their first year of a post-secondary program across the province. Autism Ontario scholarships help to fund opportunities for autistic students to attend their first year of
 

Back to School - Helping Your Child Get Ready

Autism Ontario
Back to school is quickly approaching, and the transition back to routines and learning can be a challenge for many families and autistic learners, making the process of getting ready even more important. To help you and your family prepare, we have
 

What Do Autistic Adults See in As We See It?  

Michael Cnudde, Managing Editor, Autism Matters  
As We See It, the story of three twenty-something adult autistics sharing an apartment, has gained much positive attention from the autistic community for its portrayal of people on the spectrum. As We See It is based on the 2018 Israeli television

Building Brighter Futures Fund Open for Applications

Autism Ontario
Great news! The Building Brighter Futures Fund (BBFF) is now open for applications until July 29, 2022. BBFF provides financial assistance directly to autistic adults in Ontario through a reimbursement of funds spent to access greater participation
 

Autism: Ontario Families Feel Abandoned

Autism Ontario
Melanie Laurin, Autism Ontario’s French Languages Supervisor, was recently interviewed by Radio-Canada to discuss access to care for autistic children in the province, including supports currently in place that contribute to the well-being of
 

Is Anyone Promising Anything for Autism Families?

Autism Ontario
Autism Ontario's Executive Director Margaret Spoelstra recently appeared on CFRB Newstalk 1010 to discuss Ontario’s political parties' commitments in the upcoming provincial election as they relate to supporting autistic individuals and their
 

On the Spectrum: A New Twist to Autistic Representation

Michael Cnudde, Managing Editor, Autism Matters
On the Spectrum is an Israeli television series that depicts the lives of three autistic young adults who live together – Ron, Zohar, and Armit (played respectively by Niv Majar, Naomi Levov, and Ben Yosipovich). Filmed as a series of ten 30-minute

Celebrate the Spectrum for World Autism Day With Us!

Marg Spoelstra
I am excited to share with you that we are busy planning and preparing for our 2022 World Autism Day celebration activities. In the coming weeks we’ll share how you can join us in celebrating the leadup to World Autism Day on Saturday, April 2, 2022
 

Autism Ontario Black Caregivers Circle

Halimo Hashi, M.S.W, R.S.W., York University Faculty, Executive Director of Shifting Ways Counselling and Consulting
The monthly Black Caregivers Circle began after a workshop titled ‘Building Resilience for Black Caregivers’ which I provided to Autism Ontario. This workshop aimed to recognize the significance of race in the experience of being a Black caregiver in
 

Celebrate Your Family and Connect Together

Autism Ontario
It’s Family Day in Ontario! Did you know that Autism Ontario offers a variety of online events, support groups, and webinars for the whole family? Whether you’re interested in learning something new, connecting with others, or just looking to have
 

Show Your Love for Autistic Ontarians!

Sarah Morison, Fund Development & Community Engagement Director
During the pandemic, many are suffering great hardships – particularly people living in poverty and those who rely on flexible, accessible, and accommodating community support, including autistic adults. The individuals and families we serve in our

Autism Ontario 2022 Pre-Budget Consultation Submission

Autism Ontario
Autism Ontario 2022 PRE-BUDGET CONSULTATION SUBMISSION February 11, 2022 Honourable Peter Bethlenfalvy Minister of Finance c/o Budget Secretariat, Frost Building North, 3rd Floor 95 Grosvenor Street Toronto ON M7A 1Z1 Submitted by Email: submissions
 

Take Some Time for You This Month with a Good Book 

Autism Ontario
February is here! This month our email inboxes will be flooded with messages of love, caring and chocolate. And usually they’re about doing something or buying something for someone else. But this month, how about a Valentine’s Day gift for YOU? Let
 

What Do You Mean? 

Jasmeet Chahal
At times, it may be difficult to understand what your loved one on the autism spectrum is trying to say, do, or express. It is incredibly important to attune to the subtle gestures and hints that they may be attempting to display. For instance, my
 

I Belong

Dominic Daguerre, Self-Advocate
People belong to various groups. We are linked to certain groups because of interests and similarities. Firstly, I belong to my family. It is my most important group of all. It is based on love. As a family, we share special memories as we are always
 

Art Imitates Life: One Mother’s Autism Story

Michael Cnudde, Specialist, Communications and Resource Development, Autism Ontario
Cassandre Mentor, of Ottawa, Ontario, takes a unique view of her son’s autism, turning their experiences into a series of comic strips. Not only do they reflect the lived experience that Cassandre shares with her son, but they do so with a sense of
 

Connor’s Story

Connor McCurdy, Self-Advocate
My name is Connor and I am 20 years old. I love Thomas and Friends—it’s my favourite show. I love the Railway Series written by the Rev. W. Awdry and his son Christopher. I make my own Thomas fan series on YouTube! My channel is called Duck Show
 

The Pygmalion Effect

Kathleen Patterson, Parent and Guest writer
I usually preach humility and any success is celebrated quietly in my family. I am allowing myself to break this rule to highlight a moment of sheer bliss in my life—my very own Olympic medal, my Everest. A few days ago, at the age of 22, my son
 

Together, we are making a difference

Margaret Spoelstra
At this time of year, we naturally reflect on what has happened in our lives and around the world. And in the brief moments of stillness or chaos of the year-end holiday celebrations, we can reflect on what truly matters and express our gratitude. We
 

From the goodness of their hearts

Autism Ontario
The SAAAC Autism Centre Goodness Gift Program began in 2015 with two people and the goal of providing employment experience for people from neurodiverse communities who would typically have difficulty finding and maintaining employment. Since then

2022 March Break Reimbursement Fund Open for Applications

Autism Ontario
Great news! Families who need support for their child with ASD during the March break can now apply for the March Break Reimbursement Fund until January 24, 2022. The 2022 March Break Reimbursement Fund is available to Ontario families of children or
 

Volunteer with the South Region

There are many opportunities to volunteer with Autism Ontario. Whether you are looking for something casual or something more committed, there is a volunteer role suited to you. Here are some of the ways you can volunteer with Autism Ontario
 

'Tis the Season for Giving

Monica Richardson, Fund Development Manager, Autism Ontario
2 minute read - This holiday season, won’t it be wonderful to look someone in the eye again in person, see a smile, and share in the festivities? This is truly one of the best gifts we could receive. We will have a chance to do something kind

Independent Intake Organization

Autism Ontario
On December 3, 2021, The Government of Ontario made an announcement, Ontario Increasing Access to Services for Children with Autism, which included news about the new Independent Intake Organization (IIO). The IIO will make it easier for families to
 

Today is Giving Tuesday!

Monica Richardson, Fund Development Manager, Autism Ontario,
2 minute read - November 30th is Giving Tuesday, a day that is celebrated annually to make a difference in our world. Giving Tuesday was created in 2012 with a simple idea: to encourage people to do good. The idea caught on and has grown around the
 

Jackson in the Surf

Tom Wadden, parent
1 minute read - The other day, we had posted a picture on Facebook...the thoughts behind it are from last summer when we took the boys for walks down by the beach where we live. It was a struggle, to say the least. Jackson especially enjoys the water
 

The Power of Exploration

Jasmeet Chahal
1 minute read - My brother, Chetan, recently started cooking classes. Honestly, this was quite a surprise as he had just finished basketball. I’ve found that he enjoys hands-on activities- cooking, sports, swimming and so forth. I think his enjoyment
 

Wyatt and His Steer, Rufus Give Back to Autism Ontario!

Peter Fritjers, Parent
1 minute read - Our son Wyatt has always had an interest in helping us in the barn. So when this past summer some very special friends of Wyatt’s, Rob Hasson and Karen McMaster suggested Wyatt show a steer this fall at our Premier Fallsview Junior
 

Local Advocacy Works!

Karla Gagnon, Parent
3 minute read - In 2019, our son Ben was diagnosed with autism. At that time Ben was three-and-a-half years old, non-verbal, a flight risk, and unaware of danger. We live in a quaint, quiet area, but there were many times where motorists would speed
 

Superheroes on the Spectrum, Activate!

Vicky McGrath
~ 2 minute read One of the interesting things about my ASD is that even though I’ve had a 25 year career and own my own business, in some areas I am quite emotionally immature. In fact, my 16 year old daughter even says that she is more mature than
 

The Ritchie Family Fund – leaving a lasting gift to Autism Ontario

Monica Richardson, Fund Development Manager, Autism Ontario, 2 minute read
Eleanor and Jim Ritchie were long-time supporters of Autism Ontario, back as early as the 1970s, when Autism Ontario, founded in 1973, was called the Ontario Society for Autistic Children. They had four children – Elizabeth, Charlie, David and Paul
 

How People with Autism Fake It

Aisha Ashraf, Self-Advocate (4 minute read)
Where are all the adult autistics?’ they ask. I’ll tell you where: hiding in plain sight. I feel like a fraud whenever I discuss my Asperger’s because here I am, this put-together, functioning, articulate woman who expects people to believe her when
 

Self-Disclosure and Self-Representation: Asperger's and the Elon Musk Debate

Michael Cnudde, Communications and Resource Development Specialist, Autism Ontario
~ 5 minute read PHOTO BY: WILL HEATH/NBC In May 2021, billionaire tech entrepreneur Elon Musk disclosed his Asperger’s diagnosis on national live television, opening the floodgates of public criticism against him as well raising questions about his
 

Transitioning to Employment

Sarah Southey, MSW, RSW
~ 3 minute read Updated from an article originally published in 2015 Honest, loyal, highly focused, creative, logical, and attentive to detail are some of the common traits associated with people with autism. Would you want to hire someone with these
 

Top Ten Things You Should Know About Learning to Print

Taunia Clouthier BSc, MSc (OT), OT Reg. (ON)
~ 5 minute read 1. Pre-printing strokes l − ○ + / □ \ × Δ Prior to printing letters, children should know how to draw these shapes. Typically, around two years of age, children will develop the vertical line. By six years of age, most children are
 

Genetics and Autism - Breakthrough in Novel Genetic Contribution to Autism

Michael Cnudde, Specialist, Communications and Resource Development, Autism Ontario
~ 3 minute read Last July, a research team from The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids), led by Dr. Ryan Yuen, announced it had discovered “wrinkles” in DNA that could provide a genetic cause for autism. Researchers believe this could represent a
 

All about my Autism

Hannah L.
I would like to explain how my Autism affects me and things I wish people knew. I am Autistic, but that is just a part of me. My autism makes going to loud places and having bright lights very very difficult for me. It really hurts my ears and eyes
 

A Book to Celebrate Our Differences

Lisa Lambertus Boros, parent and artist
My 10-year-old autistic son, Evan, and I wrote and illustrated children’s book together called I Wonder…A book to celebrate our differences. It embraces neurodiversity and how our differences make us special. Our book asks questions like, “Why am I
 

Our Trip to the Vaccine Clinic

Fiona Westner-Ramsay
I am the mom of Makobe, an 18-year-old with severe autism who lives at home with us in Muskoka. My husband, Mike, works for Swift Canoe and Kayak, and we are the owners/operators of a local canoe paddle-making business, Badger Paddles. I wish to
 

Quaran-TEAM

Jasmeet
~ 3 minute read Why is the title a not so clever pun you may ask? Well, the essence of this post is to embrace the idea of teamwork. This pandemic has placed an ample amount of stress on families with children in general, but particularly families
 

Happy Birthday Matthew! (Part 2)

Monica Richardson
~ 3 minute read It’s been 6 years since I wrote the story, “Happy Birthday Matthew!” for raisetheflagforautism.com, and reading it and seeing Matthew’s smiling face brings me such joy! Now that we’ve passed his 28th birthday, I thought it was time
 

While World Autism Month Ends, Our Work Continues

Tatum Shiff, Content and Marketing Coordinator, Autism Ontario
~ 3 minute read As World Autism Month comes to an end, we want to thank everyone who helped us rally together to increase understanding, acceptance, and celebration of people on the autism spectrum, foster support, and inspire a more inclusive world
 

Autistic Adults Review The Good Doctor

Michael Cnudde, Specialist, Communications and Resource Development, Autism Ontario
~ 7 minute read The Good Doctor, which airs on CTV, has drawn much attention from the autism community. It centres around Dr. Shawn Murphy, a young autistic savant resident surgeon at an American hospital, played by neurotypical actor Freddie
 

What Autism Means to Us - World Autism Day 2021

Tatum Shiff, Content and Marketing Coordinator, Autism Ontario
~ 2 minute read “Autism means to me that I’m a strong and resilient person who can do anything [I] set my mind to. I just might need some help and accommodations along the way, and that’s okay." - Chris McConnell, Autistic Adult A few months ago, we
 

Celebrate World Autism Day with us on April 6th!

Autism Ontario
Even though COVID-19 has changed how we’re celebrating, we are still celebrating! Many of our in-person Raise the Flag events may be not be happening this year, but we are still rallying together to increase understanding, acceptance, and celebration
 

Meghan's Art

Meghan Barnes
Hi. My name is Meghan Barnes, I’m 17, and I live in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. I love to draw landscapes and people. To me, art is a safe space, a place I can go to escape from the struggles of the real word and the social isolation of the COVID
 

Early Childhood Indicators of Autism

Autism Ontario
~ 2 minute read You've heard a lot about autism, but may be wondering about the early signs of autism. If you observe multiple items on this list, it may mean that your child is developing differently. If you suspect your child is on the autism

Autism Ontario Celebrates International Women's Day

Autism Ontario
Autism Ontario celebrates International Women's Day 2021 in Ontario by honouring: Autistic girls and women of all ages who find ways, despite increased rates of mental health challenges during a pandemic, to learn online, adapt to new ways of being

Autism Ontario 2021 Pre-Budget Consultation Submission

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Toronto, Ontario, February 12, 2021 Autism Ontario 2021 Pre Budget Submission Autism Ontario 2021 Pre Budget Submission February 12, 2021 Honourable Peter Bethlenfalvy Minister of Finance c/o Budget Secretariat, Frost Building
 

Autism, Art, and Acceptance

Carl Parker
~ 3 minute read As an artist on the autism spectrum, I have learned to embrace my neurodiversity as well as my talent, and even to celebrate them. It’s been a journey spanning many years from self discovery to self acceptance and finally to self
 

The CARES Program: Research, Development & Lived Experience

Ola Kusnierz, Webinar and Service Navigation Support Specialist, Autism Ontario
~ 9 minute read Autism Ontario has had the privilege of being invited by the team at SAAAC (South Asian Autism Association Centre) to take part in a new initiative, the CARES program. CARES is a facilitator led, highly interactive, semi-structured
 

Mental Health, COVID, and Living with a Disability

Christian Malatesta, adult with Autism Spectrum Disorder
~ 2 minute read This past year has not been easy for anyone, especially for someone like me who is living with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). My name is Christian Malatesta, I am 25 years old, I have cerebral palsy, and was diagnosed with ASD at the
 

Adult Autistics Discuss 'Intelligent Lives'

Michael Cnudde, Specialist Communications and Resource Development, Autism Ontario
~ 3 minute read Intelligent Lives is a 2018 American documentary that tells the story of three young adults with intellectual disabilities, Micah, Naomie, and Naieer, while also focusing on the history of the American disability rights movement
 

Ethics in Autism Research

Michael Cnudde, Specialist Communications and Resource Development, Autism Ontario
~ 3 minute read When you think of ethics in research, you might think it’s summed up by asking a participant’s permission or getting that signature on a consent form. But it’s much more than that. It’s also about considering the needs of the research
 

Priority #3: Financial Hardship

~ 6 minute read What was the problem identified in 2018? In Autism Ontario’s 2018 Provincially Speaking Survey 56% of caregivers reported that finances had been a large or very large source of stress in the past year. Similarly, 51% of autistic
 

I actually really like wearing a mask?

Autistic Anon
~ 1 minute read I actually really like wearing a mask? Which I personally find incredibly surprising. As someone who often feels overstimulated by what I'm wearing, I usually avoid unnecessary accessories. I don't really wear hats or jewelry. I can
 

Priority #2: Long Waitlists

What was the problem identified in 2018? In 2018, in Autism Ontario’s Provincially Speaking Survey, the majority of caregivers (73.6%) surveyed reported long waitlists as the largest barrier to services provided under the auspices of the Ontario
 

MICHAELISM- My POV on Life with Autism -

Michael Tanzer, young adult with autism and ASD advocator
~ 5 minute read What does it mean to have Autism? Well, I cannot really answer that question for you? Why not you might ask? Let me clarify my answer. I can answer that question, but it would be based on my own personal experiences of being on the
 

Sensory Strategies for Teens and Adults

Jennifer Cantello Daw and Suzanne Murphy
~ 3 minute read This article was originally published in 2015. People of all ages can require strategies that help regulate (stimulate or calm) their nervous systems. “Sensory-seeking individuals often continue to crave input as they get older
 

Priority #1: Education Support

~ 5 minute read What was the problem identified in 2018? In 2018, in Autism Ontario’s provincewide survey of 1,514 caregivers and 87 autistic adults, Education support was identified as the highest area of need. Nevertheless, 69% of caregivers of
 

Adult Autistics Review Netflix's Love on the Spectrum

Michael Cnudde
~ 4 minute read As part of Autism Ontario’s broader initiative to examine how autistic people are portrayed in the media, we assembled a focus group of adults on the spectrum to review Love on the Spectrum. The group consisted of self-advocates Aaron
 

Persisting Through the Mental Health Effects of COVID

Dr. Stephanie Price, Ph.D., C.Psych.
~ 5 minute read Stress. It is an inevitable part of human life. It is the traffic on the way to work, the new cough that developed overnight, the flooded basement, and the upcoming work restructuring. Our ability to overcome and adapt to stress and
 

How Can I Help My Child to Print?

Taunia Clouthier
~5 minute read Although printing may be like second nature to you, it is actually a very complex task. In order to become a successful printer, it is important to first develop the ‘building blocks’ of printing. These skills help develop the core
 

Racism in Canada: Acknowledge. Reflect. Act.

Jessica Bethel, Director OAP Provider List, Autism Ontario
~ 2 minute read “For those who have seen the Earth from space… the experience most certainly changes your perspective. The things that we share in our world are far more valuable than those which divide us.” ~ Donald Williams What a time we are
 

COVID-19: My Story of the First Months

Amanda Strapp
~ 4 minute read Like the all of Canada, I was affected when COVID-19 officially arrived and started wreaking havoc. And while I didn’t really notice during the first few months, I really had my eyes opened to the situation we were in when the
 

Service Navigation in Northern Ontario During COVID-19

Angèle Paquette
~ 3 minute read These are very strange and trying times indeed! As one of the Autism Ontario Service Navigators working in North, we usually come across unique challenges and obstacles as we try to reach families to offer support, and provide
 

Autism Pride Day June 18th

Bekki Semenova
~ 1 minute read I want to inform you all of last month’s important event. Every year, on June 18th, the Autistic community celebrates Autism Pride Day. This is a reminder for autistic people and their families that autistic people don’t need so
 

Tips and Tricks to be Physically Active

Patrick Jachyra, PhD, and Bri Redquest, PhD
~ 3 minute read Participating in physical activity can help make you feel good, create routine and provide an opportunity to create social connections. Being physically active can also improve physical health (e.g., reduce risk of a heart attack)
 

The Art of Mindfulness

Stephanie Moeser, BSW, MSW, RSW
~ 3 minute read We are all in this situation together Each of our situations are unique; some of us are finding it manageable and nice to slow down; Some of us are finding it overwhelming and are juggling many different roles; some of us work in
 

Where are Mom and Dad?

Monica Richardson
~ 2 minute read March 24th was our son’s 27th birthday. We ventured to Matthew’s home with a birthday cake his sister baked, and while there were not yet official isolation rules in place, we kept a respectable distance from the personal support
 

Being Social at Work

Sarah Southey MSW, RSW
~ 4 minute read Work is complex and tedious. That’s why it’s called “work.” Being social at work can be even more cumbersome. Most jobs require some form of teamwork and communication; however, those that relate to Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
 

Supporting Our Community

Supporting Our Community April 2020 Click here to view the full PDF. In March 2020, with the onset of the COVID-19 Coronavirus outbreak, Autism Ontario conducted a survey in English and French to determine what services it should offer to help
 

The Mask

Matthew J. Lemay
~ 4 minute read This article was originally published in 2015. As someone on the Autism Spectrum, I’m always aware of the fact that I’m an atypical living in a largely neurotypical world. I see the same world through a different lens, and my brain

Join Us Virtually for World Autism Awareness Day!

Toronto, Ontario, March 30, 2020 Join Us Virtually for World Autism Awareness Day! Join Us Virtually for World Autism Awareness Day! Download the PDF. Thursday, April 2nd is World Autism Awareness Day. And while social distancing effects how Autism
 

Welcome to the Blog!

Ken Robertson
~ 2 minute read Greetings! Welcome to our new Autism Ontario Blog! I am Ken Robertson, elected and volunteer Board Member and Treasurer for the past three years. I am Indigenous from Secwepemc Nation of the South Thompson Band of Neskonlith peoples

Events Cancellation and Response to COVID-19

MEMORANDUM March 17, 2020 Events Cancellation and Response to COVID-19 Download the PDF Link Dear Parents and Caregivers, Despite our best efforts and due to recent events regarding the COVID-19 coronavirus, Autism Ontario is regretfully cancelling

Autism Ontario 2020 Pre-Budget Consultation Submission

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Toronto, Ontario, February 18, 2020 Autism Ontario's Pre-Budget Consultation Submission Autism Ontario's Submission to the 2020 Pre-Budget Consultation Download the PDF Link February 11, 2020 Honourable Rod Phillips Minister of
 

Volunteer with the West Region

There are many opportunities to volunteer with Autism Ontario. Whether you are looking for something casual or something more committed, there is a volunteer role suited to you. Here are some of the ways you can volunteer with Autism Ontario

Autism Ontario Responds to the 2019 Ontario Budget

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Toronto, Ontario, April 11, 2019 Autism Ontario Responds to the 2019 Ontario Budget Download the PDF Link Autism Ontario is committed to supporting families through this province-wide program change Ontario’s first Progressive

Ontario Government Announces Inter-ministerial Approach

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Toronto, Ontario, April 2, 2019 Ontario Government Announces Inter-ministerial Approach to Supporting Children and Youth with Autism and Their Families Today’s announcement means families, Autistic self-advocates, clinicians and

Autism Ontario Responds to the Ministry of Education

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Toronto, Ontario, March 11, 2019 Autism Ontario Responds to Ontario Ministry of Education’s News Release “Enhancing Education Support: A Plan for Students with Autism” Today’s announcement by the Ministry of Education does not

Statement From Autism Ontario

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Toronto, Ontario, February 12, 2019 Statement from Autism Ontario On February 07, 2019 the Ontario Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services made an announcement about the changes being made to the Ontario Autism
 

World Autism Awareness Day T-Shirts

Hamilton-Wentworth Chapter
The Hamilton-Wentworth Chapter has t-shirts available for purchase in support of World Autism Awareness Day being held on Tuesday April 2, 2019. T-Shirts are $10 and are available in various sizes. If interested, please contact office.hamilton

London Events

Christmas Decorating Contest: Put your decorating skills to the test and send us a picture of your best work for the chance to win a $5 gift card to Tim Hortons! We will share holiday craft ideas weekly-you decide which crafts to make and how many
 

Volunteer with the Central East Region

There are many opportunities to volunteer with Autism Ontario. Whether you are looking for something casual or something more committed, there is a volunteer role suited to you. Here are some of the ways you can volunteer with Autism Ontario
 

Quarter Auction

Looking for a little online auction fun? ? Join us for the Autism Charity Quarter Auction from the comfort of your home! Auction paddles go on sale on August 21st, with the auction beginning on August 24th and wrapping up with live draws on August
 

Volunteer with the Central West Region

There are many opportunities to volunteer with Autism Ontario. Whether you are looking for something casual or something more committed, there is a volunteer role suited to you. Here are some of the ways you can volunteer with Autism Ontario
 

Niagara Summer Camp FAQs for Parents

Autism Ontario Niagara Chapter
Autism Ontario Niagara Region has provided an informative Summer Camp FAQ package for parents. This package includes details on what to bring, extreme weather policies, important health information including medication policy, and other additional
 

Volunteer with the North Region

There are many opportunities to volunteer with Autism Ontario. Whether you are looking for something casual or something more committed, there is a volunteer role suited to you. Here are some of the ways you can volunteer with Autism Ontario
 

Volunteer with Toronto

There are many opportunities to volunteer with Autism Ontario. Whether you are looking for something casual or something more committed, there is a volunteer role suited to you. Here are some of the ways you can volunteer with Autism Ontario
 

Volunteer with the East Region

There are many opportunities to volunteer with Autism Ontario. Whether you are looking for something casual or something more committed, there is a volunteer role suited to you. Here are some of the ways you can volunteer with Autism Ontario