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  • March
    11

    Radiant Night Raffle and Door Prize Winners

    By: saaac-master

    Thank you to all those who bought raffle tickets and attended Radiant Night. It was an unbelievable event that truly embodied the spirit of “Community Helping Community”.  Below are the lucky winners of raffle and door prizes. We have been calling all winners to notify them of their prizes. If you are a winner, you Read More…

  • January
    15

    A TEAM Effort: Giving Adults with Autism a Chance to Succeed

    By: saaac-master

    My name is Neeran Kuni, and for the past four years I’ve been Program Director of SAAAC. I have over a decade of experience working with individuals with autism, and I can honestly say it has been an amazing journey so far. When you work in this field as long as I have, there are Read More…

  • September
    18

    SAAAC’s First Workshop in the Peel Region

    By: saaac-master

    Do you live in the Peel Region and want to learn more about autism? SAAAC will be having its first workshop in the west end and would love for any interested families and individuals to attend. Learn more about autism, treatments, and how community initiatives are changing the traditional treatment process. What: Autism: Community Solutions Read More…

  • June
    27

    SAAAC Looking for Qualified ABA Therapist

    By: saaac-master

    The South Asian Autism Awareness center is currently looking to hire an ABA Therapist . As a young and vibrant volunteer based organization, we are looking for individuals who are passionate and educated in the field of Applied Behaviour Analysis. As Behaviour Therapist you will: Work in a one to one ratio implementing the principles Read More…

  • June
    12

    Rent-A-Tab: Making Great Technology Accessible

    By: saaac-master

    Written By: Darsan Sadacharam Across the country technology has gradually found its way into classrooms. The shift away from traditional teaching methods allows learning to be more interactive and engaging. Recently, tablet computers have been used when working with children with ASD to aid in their development. Research has suggested that technological gadgets, such as tablets, Read More…

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