Toronto, September 29, 2016 – Surrey Place Centre (SPC) is pleased to support Canadian National Autism Awareness Month this October.
Together, we can help raise awareness and advocate for the needs of children, adults and families who are living with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) not only in our community, but in our province and across the country.
SPC will be displaying banners promoting autism awareness in its offices. Read below to find out how YOU can show your support.
Share Our Community Directory and Our Autism Online Resources
- Visit our Community Resource Directory to find services near you
- Three new autism resources created by the School Support Program are now promoted on our website. The information pamphlets aim to prepare families who have a child with ASD for a new sibling.
- Read and promote our other Autism Online Resources:
Add an “I Support National Autism Awareness Month” badge to Facebook and Twitter
- Add an “I Support National Autism Awareness Month” badge to your current Facebook and/or Twitter profile images. Simply visit this link http://bit.ly/2duQWnq and follow the simple and easy instructions on how to show your support.
Tell Us Why Autism Awareness and Acceptance is Important:
- Do you have your own Twitter account? If so, using the hashtag #SPCelebrate, tell us how and why you support autism awareness and acceptance.
Early intervention and education are essential components in helping those diagnosed with autism live life to their fullest potential.
At Surrey Place Centre, we provide programs and services that are specialized to the individual’s needs. We are the lead agency for Toronto Partnership for Autism Services (TPAS); the Treatment Research and Education for Autism and Developmental Disorders (TRE-ADD) Program; the School Support Program (SSP); and the co-lead for Toronto Autism ABA Services.
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