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.
Adam McEachern knows he is in for a very long day later this week. No matter how it ends, though, he can be assured his effort will be met with approval in at least one corner.
As part of the World Autism Awareness Day Raise the Flag Campaign, participants and facilitators of the Virtual Saturday Connection group created their own flags this past weekend.
Please check here on our website and on our social media regularly for an update on Children’s Respite Flexible Funding for the 2021-2022 funding year.
Wellington! Dufferin! Waterloo! Durham! Lindsay! Peterborough! The Young Adults Project is coming to you!
The Young Adults Project (YAP) will be expanding its virtual employment supports into the Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph and surrounding areas from now until the end of February 2021.
Recently, Our Director of Services and Supports, Jason Warga, was interviewed by Queen’s Park Briefing regarding the new Foundational Family Services.
On an annual basis, the members of Kerry’s Place Autism Services and Kerry’s Place Residential Services (KPRS) conduct the following business: approve the previous AGM Minutes, receive the [...]
Much appreciated (and needed) N-95 masks and gloves delivered by TSN's James Duthie this morning.
The Children’s Respite Program has been working hard these last few weeks on an Outreach Initiative to families whose respite supports have been or may be impacted by COVID-19.