Autism Ontario Workshop - Creating a Healthy Lifestyle: Stay Calm and Carry On!

Nutrition, exercise, breathing, meditation and movement will be explored. This evening will be active so come prepared to move!

When: January 27, 2015 (6-8 pm)

Where: 45 Maple Ave, Barrie

What to Bring: Blanket, yoga mat and water

Cost: $10/participantMust be 18 yrs or older and diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder to enroll.

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Time is running out to apply for Transition to Life in Ottawa and Kingston!

Apply by this Friday, January 23rd. 

Click here to fill out an application. 

For more information visit the Transition to Life page or contact us.




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Come join your friends for some winter fun at Snow Valley. 


• When: Thursday,  January 22, 2015 from 6:30 - 8:30

Rate: $10.00 per person for unlimited Tubing


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Not just a course but the foundation for a positive lifestyle.

There's only 1 week left to submit an application for the Transition to Life course in Ottawa and Kingston. 

Application Deadline: Friday, January 23rd. 


For the online application - Click here

For more information, please contact us.

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There are only 10 days left to submit an application for the Transition to Life course in Ottawa and Kingston. This course is designed for young adults with Asperger Syndrome and provides direct teaching, individual coaching as well as group interactive learning.

Transition to Life is a 3 month program which  integrates key teachings such as social understanding, executive functioning skills, self-regulation and self-motivation throughout the program. Focus will be on job search preparation, getting hired and keeping a job. 

Application Deadline: Friday, January 23rd. 

Click here to fill out an application. 

For more information please contact us.


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Growing up is a tough job for everyone! But if you have an Autism Spectrum Disorder you usually need more time to adjust to the idea (it’s that difficulty with change/transition thing) and more direct teaching to learn what you have to do to live your life as independently as possible. There are no quick fixes but here are a few tips to move you forward into a positive new schedule and a healthy lifestyle once you leave the comfort of that secondary school nest.

WARNING: This information contains an attempt at humour scattered with some sarcasm!

1. Meaningful Schedules are powerful tools to get us moving in the right direction. Get to bed at a decent hour and 3:00 am is not decent. If you want to live in the land of the living you have to be awake during the day since that is when most work and post-secondary opportunities are available. Remedy - reduce video game/computer time, schedule bed and wake times daily and reward yourself for sticking to it! Get some help with this one – I know it is a tough one to break! I work with many nocturnal people who struggle to get back on track!

2. Get some outside social contacts – and I am not referring to Facebook friends and the question I have is… are they really friends?? Get involved with small groups and/or individuals with similar interests and get connected with other people outside your home on a weekly basis. 

Read more: 5 Tips for Young Adults with ASD to Ease Your Transition into Adulthood