Updates

  • ONTABA Survey
    ONTABA Survey
    ONTABA is conducting an important brief survey about behavioural data retention practices in Ontario for clinicians providing ABA services to children and youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The purpose is to understand similarities and differences between the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB), the College of Psychologists...
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  • Help inform the newly elected government about how to improve autism services
    Help inform the newly elected government about how to improve autism services
    Autism Ontario is undertaking a new survey with researchers from Wilfrid Laurier University. Parents and primary caregivers of a child or youth diagnosed with autism are invited to give input about the impacts of autism policies, programs and supports on child and family well-being in Ontario through an online survey....
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  • Government of Ontario to Expand Autism Services for Children and Youth
    Government of Ontario to Expand Autism Services for Children and Youth
    Monday May 7, 2018, Toronto – The government of Ontario announced a commitment to invest $62 million in new funding for the Ontario Autism Program (OAP). The new funding will build on the government’s previous funding commitment of more than $500 million over five years that was...
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  • Autism Ontario’s Provincially Speaking Survey!
    Autism Ontario’s Provincially Speaking Survey!
    Have your say in Autism Ontario’s Provincially Speaking Survey! This survey is for both adults and caregivers! The information you provide will help give informed feedback to stakeholders across Ontario. To complete the survey, visit: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ProvinciallySpeaking2018...
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  • Our Condolences on Tragic Event from Monday April 23, 2018
    Our Condolences on Tragic Event from Monday April 23, 2018
    Toronto Autism Services, delivered in partnership by Adventure Place, Aisling Discoveries Child and Family Centre, Etobicoke Children’s Centre, Geneva Centre for Autism, Kerry’s Place Autism Services and Surrey Place express our sincerest condolences for all those impacted by the tragic event on Monday April 23rd in Toronto....
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  • You're invited to the Ontario Autism Program Webinar for Practitioners
    You’re invited to the Ontario Autism Program Webinar for Practitioners
    Are you a practitioner interested in learning more about the Ontario Autism Program (OAP)? The Ministry of Children and Youth Services invites you to participate in a webinar to discuss the OAP, program enhancements that became effective on January 15, 2018, what the new changes mean for...
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  • OAP Guidelines & Documents
    OAP Guidelines & Documents
    OAP Guidelines / Framework OAP Guidelines Provide operational guidance for autism service providers and set expectations for the delivery of the OAP across the province. The OAP Guidelines will continue to evolve as we work with families, clinical experts and stakeholders to improve how the OAP is delivered. The OAP Guidelines have been updated as of January...
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  • Le nouveau processus d'examen clinique indépendant (ECI) du Programme ontarien de services en matière d'autisme (POSA) est maintenant disponible.
    Le nouveau processus d’examen clinique indépendant (ECI) du Programme ontarien de services en matière d’autisme (POSA) est maintenant disponible.
    Le nouveau processus d’examen clinique indépendant (ECI) du Programme ontarien de services en matière d’autisme (POSA) est maintenant disponible. L‘ECI offre aux familles et à leurs enfants la possibilité de faire examiner les principaux  éléments du plan comportemental du POSA par une équipe d’examinateurs cliniques indépendants. Pour plus...
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  • The new Independent Clinical Review (ICR) process for the Ontario Autism Program (OAP) is now available.
    The new Independent Clinical Review (ICR) process for the Ontario Autism Program (OAP) is now available.
    The ICR offers families and their children the opportunity to have key components of their OAP Behaviour Plan reviewed by a team of independent Clinicat Reviewers. For more information on the ICR, please visit www.ontario.ca/autism or www.contactniagara.org. Download ICR forms and information packages Independent Clinical Review Process...
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