26 06, 2018

We’re Moving – But Our Address is Staying the Same :)

2018-06-26T11:15:56-04:00By |

Autism Ontario York Region Chapter is moving.  Our last physical day at the office will be Friday June 29.  While we are searching for the perfect location, you can still mail/courier items to our mailing address: 11181 Yonge St. Richmond Hill, ON. L4S 1L2 **Please note that there will be no physical office location in

26 06, 2018

Successful Inclusion is Invisible

2018-06-26T10:20:54-04:00By |

  Successful Inclusion is Invisible by Melissa Yarmus, Educator The primary goal of  all teachers is to provide their students with the most appropriate learning environments and opportunities to best achieve their potential. Inclusive education looks different for each student, but the goal remains the same: to help the students develop their skills and gain experience with

23 06, 2018

The Entertainment Hunter™ Reviews Incredibles 2

2018-06-23T20:41:51-04:00By |

Matthew Hunter is a student at King City Secondary School, who lives with Asperger’s Syndrome. He'll be attending Seneca College starting this fall.  He loves movies, video games and television, and has agreed to review his favourites (and not-so-favourites!) for AO York. Here is Matthew’s review of Incredibles 2.   Incredibles 2 By Matthew Hunter

30 05, 2018

The Entertainment Hunter™ Reviews Farcry 5

2018-05-23T11:57:40-04:00By |

Matthew Hunter is a student at King City Secondary School, who lives with Asperger’s Syndrome. He'll be attending Seneca College starting this fall.  He loves movies, video games and television, and has agreed to review his favourites (and not-so-favourites!) for AO York. Here is Matthew’s review of Farcry 5. Note from Matthew: WARNING: This video

23 05, 2018

The Entertainment Hunter™ Reviews Avengers: Infinity War

2018-05-23T11:28:38-04:00By |

Matthew Hunter is a student at King City Secondary School, who lives with Asperger’s Syndrome. He loves movies, video games and television, and has agreed to review his favourites (and not-so-favourites!) for AO York. Here is Matthew’s review of Burnout Paradise: Remastered. Note from Matthew: Before I begin this next review, I have a great

19 04, 2018

Meet AO York Volunteer Ilsa Kamen

2018-04-18T17:49:18-04:00By |

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." - Margaret Mead Autism Ontario York Region would be a very different place if it wasn't for the legion of amazing people who give their time and energy, free of charge, to keep

16 04, 2018

Celebrate National Volunteer Week with AO Volunteer Andrea

2018-04-16T21:16:16-04:00By |

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." - Margaret Mead Autism Ontario York Region would be a very different place if it wasn't for the legion of amazing people who give their time and energy, free of charge, to keep

9 04, 2018

The Entertainment Hunter™ Reviews Burnout Paradise: Remastered

2018-04-09T13:07:58-04:00By |

Matthew Hunter is a student at King City Secondary School, who lives with Asperger’s Syndrome. He loves movies, video games and television, and has agreed to review his favourites (and not-so-favourites!) for AO York. Here is Matthew’s review of Burnout Paradise: Remastered. Note from Matthew: Before I begin this next review, I have a great

2 04, 2018

From Awareness Comes Inclusion

2018-03-30T19:52:09-04:00By |

As part of World Autism Awareness and Acceptance Day, Autism Ontario York Region is adding to the conversation around Inclusion.  Here are three viewpoints:  the parent of a child with autism, a teacher with many years' experience teaching students with autism, and a young woman with autism.     Marianna's son Peter Anthony From

2 04, 2018

What is True Inclusion?

2018-03-30T19:38:52-04:00By |

To celebrate World Autism Awareness and Acceptance Day, Autism Ontario York Chapter wants to add to the Inclusion conversation.  Here are three viewpoints:  the parent of a child with autism, a teacher with many years' experience working with students with autism, and a young woman with autism.    What is True Inclusion? By Stacey Feldt

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