Throughout the pandemic, Kerry’s Place has prioritized the health and safety of the families and persons we support, and our employees.
Participants have created virtual background artwork, and are learning about well-known people with Autism...
To celebrate Animal Day, the April Break Camp Connection used items from our “Camp in a Bag” to create animal masks and play Animal BINGO. Campers also took turns […]
The April Break Camp Connection kicked off April Break with a discussion about healthy snacks, as well as ways to keep our body and minds fit.
Thank you to everyone who participated in our Autism Awareness Day Colouring Contest here in Tweed.
The Durham Autism Advisory Committee and the Autism Advisory Committee met to celebrate and discuss World Autism Awareness Day. The committees have some words to share about Autism and #WAAD.
Not only great bakers, but they were eaten immediately!
Starting on Friday April 1, and continuing for 24hrs, Adam went above and beyond both physically and mentally for Kerry's Place Autism Services...
A photo collage of decorated everything (and everything to come) here at Kerry's Place!
Stop by the Kerry’s Place Autism Services Office at 36 Metcalf Street, Tweed and pick up the colouring pages (They will be outside on the door) or print from the attachment. There are prizes to be won!
"What you do makes a difference in the lives of the children you touch...
Daniel Share-Strom joined our virtual group to read his recently published children’s picture book titled, "Do You Want to Play? Making Friends with an Autistic Kid".