Autism Edmonton offers a variety of programs and services designed to serve our members’ top needs and requests, including a collection of activity and discussion groups. Our goal is to connect members of our community with each other and with other autism resources, to help empower them on their journey.
Our Autism Support Services Team
responds to requests for information, support and self-advocacy from families, individuals and professionals affected by ASD. We're able to serve your needs by telephone, through e-mail, or in person. Details on how we can help, or how you can contact us, can be found by clicking here
Family Support Services:
- Resource referrals
- Pre- and Post-diagnosis support
Professional Consultation: Autism Edmonton responds to calls from professionals regarding autism information, resources, treatment options, training, and emerging trends.
Autism Edmonton Library: Members have access to Autism Edmonton's collection of autism-related books, movies, and multimedia, and can rent library items free of charge, to help them explore the world of autism on their own.
Autism Edmonton Pantry:
Working in collaboration with the Edmonton Food Bank, Autism Edmonton's Pantry program helps members who are struggling with food security to access what they need in a dignified and sensory-friendly environment. Please contact our Support Services Team to learn more
OCCASIO Social-Recreational Respite Program:
Occasio is a spectrum-inclusive social program for youth and adults ages 10 years and up (including 18+). Occasio provides families with easy access to respite support in the Edmonton area, and gives participants natural opportunities to practice social skills and independence while hanging out with their peers. Click here for full program details
The #GetToKnow Project:
The #GetToKnow Project is a partnership between Adarius 4 Autism and Autism Edmonton – two non-profit organizations dedicated to improving the lives of individuals of living with autism. The purpose of #GetToKnow is to promote awareness and acceptance of Autism Spectrum Disorder to students in Grades 4-12. Click here
to learn more about why we started this project, watch the full length video or download your copy of the #GetToKnow guide to faciliate the activities with your students!
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