Autism Research Centre (ARC) Presents
Practical Tips for Living Successfully on the Autism Spectrum
Join us at our upcoming FREE information session!
Date: Friday, July
Time: 9:00 AM–12:00 PM
Robbins Learning Center Theatre
Royal Alexandra Hospital
Cost: Covered by donations from the ARC
- Featuring interesting guest speakers
- A chance to network with other families
- Meet our team and hear about our research findings
1. Dealing with Problematic Behaviors
- Restricted & repetitive behaviors
- Picky eating
- When to consider medications
2. Education & Employment for Adults
- Employer capacity
- Worktopia Project
- University supports
Please note these presentations are intended for parents, and we are not able to offer childcare. We look forward to seeing you there!
To facilitate organization and planning, please RSVP by June 30th, 2017 to Erin Kapler at firstname.lastname@example.org or 780-735-6106 ext. 1
On Sunday June 4th, 2017, Autism Edmonton is hosting its eighth annual Cycle for Autism event at Gold Bar Park! Cycle for Autism is a fun and inclusive event for all ages and abilities, held annually to increase awareness and acceptance of autism, and raise essential funds for Autism Edmonton. Revenue from Cycle will go towards our programs, support services, and member events that support individuals and families living with autism. The event is free, but teams and individuals are encouraged to collect pledges to raise money for Autism Edmonton, a local organization that provides essential information, programs, and support to people with autism and their families. Teams and individuals then participate in the event by running, rolling, walking, or cycling!
We have three routes this year: a 1km bike parade, a 1.5 km distance, and a 3.5km distance! For the bike parade, we are encouraging teams to dress up their bikes and themselves, as we will be giving out Spirit Prizes to individuals on the route who are showing their spirit through their decorations, energy and enthusiasm, effort, and anything else that makes the judges smile! Lastly, we will have other fun activities such as balloon art, bouncy castle, resource fair, clowns, prizes, and refreshments.
To donate, register yourself or your team, to volunteer, and to learn more about our event, please visit www.cycleforautismedmonton.com!
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Autism Edmonton is a “go-to” source for families, individuals and professionals looking for information about autism.
Autism Edmonton was first created in April 1971, as a parent-based charitable society.
Today, Autism Edmonton helps families and communities embrace and support people on the autism spectrum throughout their lives. Autism Edmonton works to achieve this by providing information, programs and support through its Resource Centre, including discussion and activity groups, and new online resources.
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Click here to visit Autism Edmonton’s web site