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FULL: Transitional Aged Youth Roundtables

Kerry’s Place is excited to offer Transitional Aged Youth Roundtables. The program is created for youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), ages 14-18, who are experiencing a transition. The group […]

FULL: Master Minds: A “How to” Guide to Homework – Foundational Family Services

This 4-session group will help participants become more independent by providing strategies related to time management, organization, motivation, and problem solving skills.  Participants will leave the group with helpful ideas to use when studying or completing homework.  This group includes a parent debrief at the end of each session to review the strategies discussed, and how to put these strategies into practice.

FULL: Living Life To The Full – Adult Group

Living Life to the Full (LLTF) is a national flagship program of the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA). This program is open to adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), ages […]

FULL: Virtual Connection Ages 9-11

Virtual Connection is a group aimed at providing children and youth with an opportunity to engage in group activities, and connect with others their age. Activities may include: get to […]

FULL: Virtual Jam Session

The Virtual Jam Session is a leisure-based online music group. This group is for persons with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and is open to all ages. The group is led […]

FULL: Virtual Connection Ages 12-14

Virtual Connection is a group aimed at providing children and youth with an opportunity to engage in group activities, and connect with others their age. Activities may include: get to […]

FULL: Navigating Neurodiversity: A Path to Self-Discovery – Age 14-17

This 10-week group uses fun and interactive activities to help teens explore and celebrate characteristics and traits that make them both unique, and similar to others.  Don’t let internet research be your family’s only tool for learning about ASD.  Group members will learn about self-advocacy, gain insight into a supportive ASD community, and learn what it means to identify as neurodiverse.