New Vlog Series! Autism Calgary with Aidan!

Autism Calgary’s Volunteer Office Assistant, Aidan, with the help of his friend Spencer, has taken on an exciting new project – a vlog series! Autism Calgary with Aidan! So here is episode 1 of this new series: The Office Tour episode! Keep watching our space for new episodes regularly! emailprint

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World Autism Awareness Day (WAAD) April 2, 2017

2017 World Autism Awareness Day Celebration April 2, 2017 11am – 2pm Olympic Plaza Free family fun for all ages! Come for bubble blowing, face painting, bouncy castles and to show your support for those living with Autism Spectrum Disorder! Special guest appearance by Michael McCreary . For more information or media inquiries please contact Lyndon […]

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What in the World is Going On? March 2017 Edition

What in the World is Going On? March 2017 Edition By Maureen Bennie Member, Autism Calgary Community Director, Autism Awareness Centre Inc. Autism Calgary celebrated its 25th Anniversary on February 22nd with an exciting event – an evening with Temple Grandin. Temple spoke at the Calgary Hyatt Regency Hotel to a huge, enthusiastic audience of […]

Announcing KIT Twice a Month at Autism Calgary

KIT “Keeping it Together” Mom’s Self-Care Group will be Twice a Month at Autism Calgary starting May! Next KIT dates: Thursday, April 13th 7-9pm Thursday, May 11th 7-9pm (every 2nd Thursday of the month) Monday, May 22nd 7-9pm (every 4th Monday of the month)   Keeping It Together (KIT) is a “self-care support group” specifically for […]

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School Parent Panel on Grades 1-12 for Children with ASD – Thur, March 9

  Every year Autism Calgary organizes and hosts the School Parent Panel on Grades 1-12 for Children with ASD.  This event is an opportunity to get informed through other parents experiences of children with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) about the various educational options available to them in Calgary and surrounding area. This is one of our most […]

Aut2Employ Parent Group Initiative REVISED DATE

Help Wanted! The project is ready to Get Rolling!  It’s time to plan! A successful collaboration between the Haskayne School of Business and a parent group seeking the creation of a social enterprise for individuals with ASD is moving forward. The business concept, called Aut2Employ, was developed by a group of MBA students and has caught […]

Every Thursday – Afternoon Information & Support Drop-in 1-3pm

  This meeting is an open meeting for anyone needing information or support re autism. You could be a parent, a carer of an adult, or a partner of a person on the spectrum.  Bring your questions, comments, stories or simply come and share your experience. Coffee and tea included. The next drop-in sessions will […]

Exciting Local Research: Opportunities!!

Consider three interesting local opportunities for individuals and/or families living with Autism Spectrum Disorder to become engaged or learn about local research (click title below for details). Focus Groups at Autism Calgary, March 14, 2017: Building Employment Capacity in Autism Spectrum Disorder: Towards a Canadian Network, Dr. David Nicholas (University of Calgary, Vocational Abilities Innovations Lab) […]

Father’s Autism Network – Tues, March 14th

Next Meeting: Tuesday, March 14, 2017 7-9pm Location: NEW Autism Calgary Office 3639 – 26th Street NE  If you are unable to register with the EventBrite link above, leave a voice message at 403-250-5033 (dial zero), leave your name and contact information. At our next scheduled meeting, come and take a break, join other fathers […]

Bio-Medical Meeting – Thurs, March 30 – 7-9pm Topic: Jazmin Ibarra RMT, “Upper Crossed Syndrome – Self-awareness, a Key to Healthier Life”

March’s Topic: Jazmin Ibarra RMT, “Upper Crossed Syndrome – Self-awareness, a Key to Healthier Life” If you plan to attend please register and forward to anyone you think could benefit from joining us. Everyone is welcome! Hello Everyone! I hope you can join us in our next Group Meeting. This month you are in for a […]

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