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  • October
    11

    SAAAC Hiring Behaviour Therapists

    By: saaac-master

    The South Asian Autism Awareness center is currently hiring Behaviour Therapists. 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 of A.B.A. Focus on Read More…

  • September
    23

    October is Autism Awareness Month!

    By: saaac-master

    Guess what folks?  The glorious month of October is here!  Previous claims to fame for this month included Canadian Thanksgiving and Halloween, but now Autism Awareness can join the party as October is the official Autism Awareness month in Canada!   I bet you’re wondering how Autism Awareness month affects you?  To be honest, it Read More…

  • September
    23

    They Came. They Danced. They Conquered. Bharathon Recap

    By: saaac-master

    For a second year in a row, SAAAC’ s Bharathon was a resounding success. The four hour dance fundraiser attracted nearly 350 people and raised over $10,000. The proceeds from the event will go towards developing SAAAC’s SMART arts program, which includes dance, yoga, music, and visual art. Presiding over the afternoon’s festivities was the Read More…

  • August
    5

    Charms of Hope

    By: saaac-master

    The difference between a great outfit and a bland one is the accessories. Does your necklace dazzle? Does your bracelet burst with colour? If it doesn’t, the children and volunteers of SAAAC might have something in store for you. Three months ago, SAAAC launched its “Charms of Hope” project. It was an initiative that allowed Read More…

  • July
    26

    BEGINNINGS

    By: saaac-master

    SAAAC has been a place of growth for both its participants and volunteers. Volunteers are the heart of this organization. Their skills, hard work, and positivity are crucial to helping those faced with the challenges of autism. Below is a touching recount of a volunteer’s first day. Their insight, honesty, and optimism is a microcosm Read More…

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