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.
Thanks to our friends at EARTHY GOOD (and Kiss Naturals) for their kind donation.
Earthy Good is committed to community and to donating a portion of the proceeds from every product sold to charity. This year, Autism Canada is the lucky recipient of that generosity and we are so grateful.
Thank you to Earthy Good for being a part of our community, for your kindness and for your generous support of the autism community in Canada.
For more information about EARTHY GOOD and their products, check them out HERE.
Do You Have Your Ticket?
Musical BINGO is THIS FRIDAY!
Join us for MUSICAL BINGO, a fun-filled game of singing along and searching for songs on your BINGO card. Family-friendly and entertaining, join us on your own or with a group.
- THIS FRIDAY: March 5
- 8 pm EST until about 9:30 pm EST
- $25 / card**
- Prizes for each of the three games (on one card)
- Play from anywhere you can access wifi
** All proceeds will support Autism Canada’s Family Support Centre Expansion
My Big Autism Journey
Mindfulness & Meditation for Children on the Spectrum & their Families
Created by Taes Leavitt (AKA “Boots”, one half of the award winning children’s entertainers Splash’N Boots), My Big Autism Journey is a program of mindfulness and meditation created for children on the autism spectrum and their families.
Join us on Saturday March 27 from 12 PM EST – 1 PM EST to learn how little bits of mindfulness and meditation in your day can help your family with: communication, finding a calm space and connection.
This is a full family event!
Cost: $25 with a portion of proceeds benefitting Autism Canada’s Family Support Centre
Join Autism Canada and Kodette LaBarbera on April 1 at 7:00 PM EST for an evening of stories and sharing.
A fierce autism advocate, Kodette is also a devoted wife to former NHL goalie Jason LaBarbera, mother to two amazing boys, dedicated philanthropist and co-star of the W Network’s hit 2013 TV show “Hockey Wives”. Her son Ryder was diagnosed with autism when he was three and since that time, Kodette has been committed to ensuring his success while also raising awareness for autism research and support programs.
Learn more about Kodette’s family and their story while she answers your pre-submitted questions. Hosted by Autism Canada Board Member Liz Phipps, this is an evening you don’t want to miss.
Cost: $25 with all proceeds to Autism Canada’s Family Support Centre Expansion
Friday April 2
WORLD AUTISM AWARENESS DAY
KEEP YOUR LOVED ONES SAFE IN AN EMERGENCY
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 firstname.lastname@example.org