AC Connects Newsletter – February 2, 2021

THANK YOU FOR BEING A PART OF OUR COMMUNITY

We hope you enjoy this volume of Autism Canada Connects and we thank you for being with us and for your continued support.

Thank you to Cormark Securites for their sponsorship of last year’s Au-Some Conference.

The 2020 Au-Some Conference was a great success as a result of the incredible presenters and community partners that came aboard to support the event. Cormark Securities stepped up as one of those partners and helped us present an exciting, educational and inspiring conference for our community.

In a year where charities and companies alike faced unprecedented challenges, we are so grateful to Cormark Securites for their partnership and support.

Thank you for being a part of our community, for your generosity and for your support. We look forward to continuing our relationship.

SEND A SNUGGLE BUNNY TO YOUR VALENTINE

Donate $80.00 between today and February 5th and we will send your choice of GANZ soft and cuddly bunny to the recipient of your choice in time for Valentine’s Day!

E-VALENTINES FOR EVERYONE ON YOUR LIST

Missing your grandchildren or your work colleagues? Want to say thank you to a teacher? Our e-Valentines are an easy and thoughtful way of sending some love or showing gratitude to anyone in your life. AND every $5.00 e-card helps to support the autism community in Canada. It’s a WIN-WIN!

SHARING THE SPECTRUM PODCAST

Sharing the Spectrum is a collection of relevant conversations about autism with people on the spectrum and individuals and experts who support those on the spectrum. Past guests and topics have included:

  • Dr. Temple Grandin on Autism, Life during COVID and Teaching our Children
  • Shanyn Silinski on Search and Rescue for Autism
  • Paul Finch on Strategies for Success at Work
  • Bruce Petherick and Kayleigh Petherick on Parenting on the Spectrum
  • Dr. Kara Dymond on The Autism Lens: Teaching and Supporting Kids on the Spectrum

…and more

WE ARE HERE FOR YOU

Do you have questions about autism? Do you need help finding resources or support in your area? Please reach out to our Family Support Representative: 1-800-983-1795 or info@autismcanada.org

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