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CLOSED: Caregiver e-Connect: New Diagnosis – Foundational Family Services

Meet other caregivers who are sharing a similar experience of receiving a new ASD diagnosis for someone you support. Engage in conversation by sharing experiences and insights through this transition. Ask others advice on next steps, share resources, and therapy options. The goal of this group is to provide encouragement and support to one another. […]

CLOSED: Exploring The Pathways Beyond The Teen Years – Foundational Family Service

Which way do I go? Where do I start my journey? How can I help my teen get ready for adulthood? This Foundational Family Service is geared towards parents and caregivers of teenagers aged 13-17, registered with the Ontario Autism Program (OAP), interested in becoming familiar with transition planning to adulthood. Discussion topics include: building […]

CLOSED: Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorder – Foundational Family Services

This live webinar is for family members and caregivers who want to learn more about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Common characteristics of ASD, possible strengths, needs, learning styles and profiles of persons with ASD will be introduced as well as effective strategies to support your child or loved one. This Foundational Family Service (FFS) training […]

CLOSED: Caregiver e-Connect: Coffee Chat

ASK, SHARE and ENCOURAGE! Grab a cup of coffee (or tea) and log on from the comfort of your own home. Connect virtually with caregivers to engage in self-guided conversations. Discuss successes and challenges of your supported individual and seek advice from those who may have similar experiences. Registering on My Community Hub does not […]

FULL: Funding Options

Our Funding Options workshop focuses on an overview of Autism-related funding available in the province of Ontario. Learn more about funding that may be available to you, your child and/or family. Topics covered include government funding, tax credits and benefits, relevant charities and things to think about in preparing to apply. Date: Saturday, August 14, […]

Caregiver Nonviolent Crisis Intervention (NVCI-CPI) – Foundational Family Services

This live webinar is intended for family members and caregivers who would like to enhance their skills in managing crisis situations, and learn about de-escalation techniques. Participants will be provided with an overview of the verbal and non-verbal communication concepts and strategies taught in the Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® (NVCI-CPI) training program that can help in […]

Caregiver e-Connect: School Supports and Disclosure – Foundational Family Services

EA Supports, IEP’s and advocating for your child’s needs. Connect with others to discuss strategies on communication and disclosure in order to set up a successful environment for your supported persons. The Caregiver e-Connect is facilitated by Autism Consultants over Zoom. Caregiver eConnect will be delivered live via Zoom and the following is required to […]

Exploring The Pathways Beyond The Teen Years- Foundational Family Service

Which way do I go? Where do I start my journey? How can I help my teen get ready for adulthood? This Foundational Family Service is geared towards parents and caregivers of teenagers aged 13-17, registered with the Ontario Autism Program (OAP), interested in becoming familiar with transition planning to adulthood. Discussion topics include: building […]

Supporting Transitions: Returning to Virtual Learning – Foundational Family Services

Do you want to learn more about how to support your children as they transition back to virtual learning? As we progress through the current global pandemic, families are faced with unpredictable changes, making transitional supports increasingly important to assist with academic success. In this Foundational Family Service, parents and caregivers will leave with knowledge […]

Caregiver e-Connect: Girls on the Spectrum

Meet with other caregivers who care for girls and women with a diagnosis of Autism spectrum Disorder. Find support through group discussion, sharing stories, successes and challenges. Ask fellow caregivers for advice on supports and services that have been meaningful to their family member. The Caregiver e-Connect is facilitated by Autism Consultants over Zoom. Registering […]

Supporting Transitions: First Time at School – Foundational Family Service

Do you want to learn more about how to support your children through the transition to school for the first time? As we progress through the current global pandemic, families are faced with unpredictable changes, making transitional supports increasingly important to assist with academic success. In this Foundational Family Service, caregivers will leave with knowledge […]

FULL: Funding Options – Foundational Family Services

Our Funding Options workshop focuses on an overview of Autism-related funding available in the province of Ontario. Learn more about funding that may be available to you, your child and/or family. Topics covered include government funding, tax credits and benefits, relevant charities and things to think about in preparing to apply. Date: Wednesday, August 25, […]

Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorder

This live webinar is for family members and caregivers who want to learn more about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Common characteristics of ASD, possible strengths, needs, learning styles and profiles of persons with ASD will be introduced as well as effective strategies to support your child or loved one. The webinar is led by an […]

Supporting Transitions: First Time at School – Foundational Family Service

Do you want to learn more about how to support your children through the transition to school for the first time? As we progress through the current global pandemic, families are faced with unpredictable changes, making transitional supports increasingly important to assist with academic success. In this Foundational Family Service, caregivers will leave with knowledge […]

Supporting Transitions: Return to In-Person Learning – Foundational Family Services

Do you want to learn more about how to support your children as they transition to in-person learning? As we progress through the current global pandemic, families are faced with unpredictable changes, making transitional supports increasingly important to assist with academic success. In this Foundational Family Service, caregivers will leave with knowledge about why persons […]

Supporting Transitions: Return to In-Person Learning – Foundational Family Services

Do you want to learn more about how to support your children as they transition to in-person learning? As we progress through the current global pandemic, families are faced with unpredictable changes, making transitional supports increasingly important to assist with academic success. In this Foundational Family Service, caregivers will leave with knowledge about why persons […]

Supporting Transitions: First Time at School – Foundational Family Service

Do you want to learn more about how to support your children through the transition to school for the first time? As we progress through the current global pandemic, families are faced with unpredictable changes, making transitional supports increasingly important to assist with academic success. In this Foundational Family Service, caregivers will leave with knowledge […]

Caregiver Nonviolent Crisis Intervention (NVCI-CPI)

This live webinar is intended for family members and caregivers who would like to enhance their skills in managing crisis situations, and learn about de-escalation techniques. Participants will be provided with an overview of the verbal and non-verbal communication concepts and strategies taught in the Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® (NVCI-CPI) training program that can help in […]

Caregiver e-Connect: Caring for Adult Children

As families grow older, lifestyles change. Maintaining the caregiver role may look different when caring for a person with ASD. Connect with others to find support for long term dependence. Brainstorm strategies that allow you to take more time for yourself, this group is a great reminder on the importance of self-care. The Caregiver e-Connect […]

Caregiver e-Connect: Coffee Chat – Foundational Family Services

ASK, SHARE and ENCOURAGE! Grab a cup of coffee (or tea) and log on from the comfort of your own home. Connect virtually with caregivers to engage in self-guided conversations. Discuss successes and challenges of your supported individual and seek advice from those who may have similar experiences. The Caregiver e-Connect is facilitated by Autism […]

FULL: Funding Options – Foundational Family Services

Our Funding Options workshop focuses on an overview of Autism-related funding available in the province of Ontario. Learn more about funding that may be available to you, your child and/or family. Topics covered include government funding, tax credits and benefits, relevant charities and things to think about in preparing to apply. Date: Wednesday, September 8, […]

FULL: Master Minds: A “How To” Guide to Homework – ages 14-17 – Family Services

Do you want to learn how to stay organized? Do you want to become more independent with your time management, organization, motivation and problem solving when it comes to your school work? You will leave this group with helpful ideas to use when studying or completing your homework. This Foundational Family Service training is intended […]

Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorder – Foundational Family Services

This live webinar is for family members and caregivers who want to learn more about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Common characteristics of ASD, possible strengths, needs, learning styles and profiles of persons with ASD will be introduced as well as effective strategies to support your child or loved one. This Foundational Family Service (FFS) training […]

Exploring The Pathways Beyond The Teen Years – Foundational Family Service

Which way do I go? Where do I start my journey? How can I help my teen get ready for adulthood? This Foundational Family Service is geared towards parents and caregivers of teenagers aged 13-17, registered with the Ontario Autism Program (OAP), interested in becoming familiar with transition planning to adulthood. Discussion topics include: building […]

Supporting Transitions: Return to In-Person Learning – Foundational Family Services

Do you want to learn more about how to support your children as they transition to in-person learning? As we progress through the current global pandemic, families are faced with unpredictable changes, making transitional supports increasingly important to assist with academic success. In this Foundational Family Service, caregivers will leave with knowledge about why persons […]

Supporting Transitions: Returning to Virtual Learning – Foundational Family Services

Do you want to learn more about how to support your children as they transition back to virtual learning? As we progress through the current global pandemic, families are faced with unpredictable changes, making transitional supports increasingly important to assist with academic success. In this Foundational Family Service, parents and caregivers will leave with knowledge […]

You2 – A Support Group for Teenage Siblings – Foundational Family Services

You2 is an online group, for adolescents aged 13-17, with a sibling who has a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). This group will create a space for the sibling to develop and build on their leadership skills. This group strives to provide siblings with a safe space to express their feelings, learn more about […]

Caregiver e-Connect: School Supports and Disclosure – Foundational Family Services

EA Supports, IEP’s and advocating for your child’s needs. Connect with others to discuss strategies on communication and disclosure in order to set up a successful environment for your supported persons. The Caregiver e-Connect is facilitated by Autism Consultants over Zoom. Caregiver eConnect will be delivered live via Zoom and the following is required to […]

FULL: All About You – A Support Group for Siblings – Foundational Family Services

All About You is an online support group for children, aged 8-12, with a sibling who has a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). This group will offer interactive activities to create a fun space focused on them and their interests. This group strives to provide siblings with a safe space to express their feelings, […]

Unstuck and On Target 8 -11

Our emotional regulation curricula helps to establish and develop participants’ abilities in the identification and use of skills in regulating emotions.  Unstuck & On Target is an evidence-based social intervention program to improve skills related to on-task, flexible behaviours, planning and organization. The curriculum teaches the concepts through engaging activities and conversation. Topics may include: […]

Caregiver Nonviolent Crisis Intervention (NVCI-CPI) – Foundational Family Services

This live webinar is intended for family members and caregivers who would like to enhance their skills in managing crisis situations, and learn about de-escalation techniques. Participants will be provided with an overview of the verbal and non-verbal communication concepts and strategies taught in the Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® (NVCI-CPI) training program that can help in […]

Supporting Transitions: First Time at School – Foundational Family Service

Do you want to learn more about how to support your children through the transition to school for the first time? As we progress through the current global pandemic, families are faced with unpredictable changes, making transitional supports increasingly important to assist with academic success. In this Foundational Family Service, caregivers will leave with knowledge […]

Supporting Transitions: Return to In-Person Learning – Foundational Family Services

Do you want to learn more about how to support your children as they transition to in-person learning? As we progress through the current global pandemic, families are faced with unpredictable changes, making transitional supports increasingly important to assist with academic success. In this Foundational Family Service, caregivers will leave with knowledge about why persons […]

Sibling Workshop

Sibling Workshops are offered once a month to children living in Peel region between the ages of 6 and 13 years old, who have a sibling with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder and/or an intellectual disability. Sibling Workshops focus on shared sibling experiences, learning about Autism Spectrum Disorder, and meeting new people. This group […]

ASD Certificate Course

Kerry’s Place Autism Services’ comprehensive Autism Spectrum Disorder Certification Course is now available remotely, on the Zoom platform. We are pleased to make this course available virtually to our families, and to our communities at large at this time. This course is being presented over 12 mornings covering eight distinct topics. Each session constitutes group […]

Supporting Transitions: Returning to Virtual Learning – Foundational Family Services

Do you want to learn more about how to support your children as they transition back to virtual learning? As we progress through the current global pandemic, families are faced with unpredictable changes, making transitional supports increasingly important to assist with academic success. In this Foundational Family Service, parents and caregivers will leave with knowledge […]

Caregiver e-Connect: New Diagnosis

Meet other caregivers who are sharing a similar experience of receiving a new ASD diagnosis for someone you support. Engage in conversation by sharing experiences and insights through this transition. Ask others advice on next steps, share resources, and therapy options. The goal of this group is to provide encouragement and support to one another. […]

ASD Certificate Course

Kerry’s Place Autism Services’ comprehensive Autism Spectrum Disorder Certification Course is now available remotely, on the Zoom platform. We are pleased to make this course available virtually to our families, and to our communities at large at this time. This course is being presented over 12 evenings covering eight distinct topics. Each session constitutes group […]

FULL: Funding Options

Our Funding Options workshop focuses on an overview of Autism-related funding available in the province of Ontario. Learn more about funding that may be available to you, your child and/or family. Topics covered include government funding, tax credits and benefits, relevant charities and things to think about in preparing to apply. Date: Saturday, September 25, […]

Caregiver Nonviolent Crisis Intervention (NVCI-CPI) – Foundational Family Services

This live webinar is intended for family members and caregivers who would like to enhance their skills in managing crisis situations, and learn about de-escalation techniques. Participants will be provided with an overview of the verbal and non-verbal communication concepts and strategies taught in the Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® (NVCI-CPI) training program that can help in […]

Exploring The Pathways Beyond The Teen Years – Foundational Family Service

Which way do I go? Where do I start my journey? How can I help my teen get ready for adulthood? This Foundational Family Service is geared towards parents and caregivers of teenagers aged 13-17, registered with the Ontario Autism Program (OAP), interested in becoming familiar with transition planning to adulthood. Discussion topics include: building […]

The Virtual Hangout: An Adult Social Group

The Virtual Hangout is a leisure-based online social group, looking to increase opportunities for adults with a diagnosis of ASD to socialize, participate in interactive activities, and make connections through common interests. Each week will feature a new activity or theme to attend to a variety of interests. Participants who register for The Virtual Hangout […]

Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorder

This live webinar is for family members and caregivers who want to learn more about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Common characteristics of ASD, possible strengths, needs, learning styles and profiles of persons with ASD will be introduced as well as effective strategies to support your child or loved one. The webinar is led by an […]

Making Connections 7-9

Our social skills curricula help to establish and develop participants’ skills in interacting and connecting with peers. Using evidence based strategies, this group aims to provide the opportunity for participants to further develop social skills based on their individual needs and interests. Topics explored: expanding on greeting peers, conversation skills with peers through play and […]

Making Connections 10-12

Our social skills curricula help to establish and develop participants’ skills in interacting and connecting with peers. Using evidence based strategies, this group aims to provide the opportunity for participants to further develop social skills based on their individual needs and interests. Topics explored: expanding on greeting peers, conversation skills with peers through play and […]

Dollars and Sense 12-14

Our daily living curricula helps establish and develop participants’ ability to demonstrate greater independence in daily living tasks.  Using evidence-based strategies, the aim of this group is to teach participants to manage their own money. Participants will learn the relative cost of items they value, the benefits of saving and budgeting. Topics may include: currency, […]

Ready 2 Work 15-17

Our vocational skills curricula help establish and develop participants’ skills related to exploring and attaining volunteer and employment opportunities. Using evidence-based strategies and curricula, the aim of this group is to prepare participants for seeking, applying for and maintaining employment. Topics explored: daily living skills necessary for employment success (establishing reasonable sleep schedule, maintaining a […]

Dollars and Sense 15-17

Our daily living curricula helps establish and develop participants’ ability to demonstrate greater independence in daily living tasks.  Using evidence-based strategies, the aim of this group is to teach participants to manage their own money. Participants will learn the relative cost of items they value, the benefits of saving and budgeting. Topics may include: currency, […]

Keep Calm and Breathe On 10-12

Our emotional regulation curricula help to establish and develop participants’ abilities in the identification and use of skills in regulating emotions.  Using evidence-based strategies and curricula; this program is designed to support participants in identifying emotions in themselves and others. Participants will learn strategies to self-regulate reactions and responses, as well as preventative strategies to […]

Making Connections 15-17

Our social skills curricula help to establish and develop participants’ skills in interacting and connecting with peers. Using evidence based strategies, this group aims to provide the opportunity for participants to further develop social skills based on their individual needs and interests. Topics explored: expanding on greeting peers, conversation skills with peers through play and […]

The Game Night 14-17

The Game Night provides participants with a space to interact through playing games, while enabling meaningful socialization opportunities. During each session, youth will be encouraged to practice good sportsmanship, while fostering their understanding of playing games with rules. Activities may include: card games, board games, trivia, Pokémon, Dungeons and & Dragons, Magic the Gathering, Catan, […]

Keep Calm and Breathe On 7-9

Our emotional regulation curricula help to establish and develop participants’ abilities in the identification and use of skills in regulating emotions. Using evidence-based strategies and curricula; this program is designed to support participants in identifying emotions in themselves and others. Participants will learn strategies to self-regulate reactions and responses, as well as preventative strategies to […]

Let’s Get Social 4-6

Our social skills curricula help to establish and develop participants’ skills in interacting and connecting with peers. Using evidence based strategies, this group will focus on further developing social skills to be successful in group activities. Topics explored: expanding on visual schedules, further develop following individual and group instructions, further develop transitioning between activities and […]

Making Connections 13-14

Our social skills curricula help to establish and develop participants’ skills in interacting and connecting with peers. Using evidence based strategies, this group aims to provide the opportunity for participants to further develop social skills based on their individual needs and interests. Topics explored: expanding on greeting peers, conversation skills with peers through play and […]

Online Chill: An Adult Social Group

Thursdays starting October 7, 2021 until December 9, 2021 from 2:00pm - 4:00pm Online Chill is a 10-week social group for adults with ASD, who are interested in meeting others while participating in a variety of fun games and activities. Each week introduces a new theme with select games and activities with a design that […]

Keep Calm and Breathe On 13-14

Our emotional regulation curricula help to establish and develop participants’ abilities in the identification and use of skills in regulating emotions.  Using evidence-based strategies and curricula; this program is designed to support participants in identifying emotions in themselves and others. Participants will learn strategies to self-regulate reactions and responses, as well as preventative strategies to […]

Keep Calm and Breathe On 15-17

Our emotional regulation curricula help to establish and develop participants’ abilities in the identification and use of skills in regulating emotions.  Using evidence-based strategies and curricula; this program is designed to support participants in identifying emotions in themselves and others. Participants will learn strategies to self-regulate reactions and responses, as well as preventative strategies to […]