Who We Are – Our Stories (Videos)
How does Surrey Place Centre empower people of all ages with developmental disabilities, autism spectrum disorder and those with visual impairments lead healthy and socially inclusive lives? By working together with our clients, families, community and government partners, we aim to deliver the best possible results for the people that we serve.
Caring for the Caregiver through ACT
How can Acceptance and Commitment Training (ACT) improve the health and well-being of mothers of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)?
Surrey Place Centre’s and principal investigators Kelly Bryce and Johanna Lake conducted several workshops that employed a mixed-methods design to assess the impact of a mother-led ACT group intervention on the health and wellbeing of mothers of children with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Autism: Community Awareness Presentation
This video is about Surrey Place Centre raising awareness with regards to Autism Spectrum Disorders. The presenter is Kelly Alves, Parent and Education Support Supervisor, Surrey Place Centre.
My Health Booklet Series
The My Health Booklets are a series of health education booklets produced by Surrey Place Centre and funded by the Ontario Government, Ministry of Community and Social Services. The purpose for the series is to offer guidance to people with developmental disabilities in a clear and simple manner. The series consists of eight booklets now available online, with subjects ranging from general health issues to more specific health topics. The following booklets are now available online:
- Checking Up ~ What I need to know about going to the doctor’s office
- Following Through ~What I need to know about taking medicine
- Examine Yourself ~ What I need to know about breast health
- The M Word ~ What I need to know about Menopause
- The Big Red Dot ~ What I need to know about having my period
- Checking All of Me ~ What I need to know about pelvic exams
- Checking All of Me ~ What I need to know about men’s health
- Count on Your Colon ~ What I need to know about colonoscopy