The York ASD Partnership
A unique collaborative of community service-providers, government agencies, school boards, hospitals, advocacy organizations and parents working together to improve existing systems of support for children, youth and adults living with an Autism Spectrum Disorder in York Region.
posted Dec 14 Communique Fall-Winter 2016 [download 6 pg pdf]
For tickets and more information, please click on the highlighted calendar item or go to www.tedxyorkusalon.org
This TEDx YorkUSalon will focus on innovations for people with autism and in research. Our aim is to provide a forum for ideas within the Canadian autism community of stakeholders.
– Janson Chan, founder of Autism Teenage Partnership
– Hon. Mike Lake, M.P.,
– Sergio Cocchia, founder of Pacific Autism Centre Foundation
– Stuart Duncan, founder of Autcraft
Hosted by the Chair in ASD Treatment and Care Research
The York ASD Partnership Experience: A Guide to Innovative Community Systems Change After 9 years of planning, collaboration, training and systems change the York ASD Partnership has documented our history, progress, elements of success, learning and future goals in a dynamic, multi-media website www.yorkasdmodel.org Official Launch was April 2, 2015 ~ World Autism Awareness Day
LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES: Workshops, courses and training in York Region
PARTNERSHIP PROGRESS: YASDP Accomplishments to date (2016.06)
Please also see our Quarterly Communique
OUR VISION: People with an ASD living to their full potential at home, at school, at work and at play in York Region.
GENERAL INFORMATION bookmark (revised Dec 5, 2014)
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- (front) What is ASD? What Causes ASD? How many people in York Region have ASD?
- (back) About the York ASD Partnership, our Goals, Plan, Future & Contact info
The content provided on this website is presented by the York ASD Partnership for information purposes only and is intended for perusal by those interested in learning about ASD and the information and resources provided by the York ASD Partnership. The unique needs of each person with ASD should be considered when making treatment planning decisions. Please consult with your support team.