Autism Resources In Canada | Autism PDD


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The Canadian National Autism Foundation :: Official Website
The Canadian National Autism Foundation or CNAF for short, is a non-profit organization which provides families of Autistic children with resources about current research and counselling.

Resources on Autism for the Canadian Families

Autism is just as prevelant in Canada as it is elsewhere. Canadians have resources and information exclusive to their systems. Check here for some of the best information on autism spectrum disorders.

Articles & Resources

Autism Awareness Centre
The Autism Awareness Centre's vision is to provide information and education to families and professionals who live and work with individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.

Autism Canada Foundation
Autism Canada Foundation was inspired by a group of parents with a common objective; we believe that Autistic Spectrum Disorder is more than simply a dysfunction of the brain, but rather, a dysfunction of many systems within the body.

Autism Today
This organization has both Canadian and American offices. They are an invaluable source of information.

Autism Treatment Services of Canada
Autism Treatment Services of Canada is a national affiliation of organizations that provides treatment, educational, management and consultative services to people with autism and related disorders across Canada.

Tuberous Sclerosis Canada Sclérose Tubéreuse
The diagnosis of epilepsy, autism and behaviour problems often is accompanied with "we don't know the specific cause" Now with the identification of two defective genes in TS individuals, those diagnosed with epilepsy, autism or behavior problems need to be checked out to see if TS is the source of their affliction.




Canada's SchoolNet

British Columbia Ministry of Education: Special Education

British Columbia Ministry of Education: A Parent's Guide to IEP

Alberta Learning

Manitoba Special Education

Manitoba: IEP Resource

New Brunswick: Education

Newfoundland and Labrador: Student Support Services

Nova Scotia: Education

Prince Edward Island: Department of Education


Government of Saskatchewan: Special Education Unit

Yukon Educational Student Network



Special Needs Opportunity Windows

Ontario Ministry of Education: Special Education Monographs #4 "Students with Autism"

Ontario Ministry of Education: Student Focused Funding

Ontario Ministry of Education: Special Education

Comhnadh Consulting; Special Needs Consulting in Ontario

Ontario Individual Education Plans: Standards for Development, Program Planning and Implementation

Ontario Ministry of Education: The IPRC

Highlights of Regulation 181/98

A Model for the Provision of Speech and Language Services (As applicable to the Education Act)

OAFCCD: Preparing for an IPRC

Special Education Terms used in Ontario

Thank-you so much. We just don't  know where to start. He and our family has been living this for so long; now we are learning of supports out there to help us.

 As a lurker I had to laugh, the other day there was a post about food and diets. Our son eats frosted flakes for breakfast, cheese pizza for lunch, chicken and ceasar salad for dinner.  2 days ago 1st time in 10 years he actually tried a bite of a banana. That was a accomplishment!