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  • June
    11

    Dance, Dance Revolution: Developing Skills through Dance

    By: saaac-master

    Dancing for many of us is a moment of freedom: it offers us a chance to break away from the rigors of our daily schedules, and exercise  a  great deal of creativity and improvisation. Above all else, dancing is fun!  It is such qualities that make dance such a great tool to develop the social, Read More…

  • June
    4

    The Sound of Music: Creating Connections Between Music and Autism

    By: saaac-master

    For many of us, the ability to communicate with one another isn’t something we stop to think about. We live in a time where the exchange of information, ideas, and feelings can be done with great ease and through diverse platforms. The value of communication becomes so much greater when working with individuals on the Read More…

  • May
    23

    Great Getaways

    By: saaac-master

    Planning Your Family Vacation Many families eagerly look forward to their summer vacations. Whether it’s travelling to a foreign country, enjoying a cruise, or taking a simple road trip, family vacations are where memories are created and a family’s bonds are strengthened.  But, for families who have loved ones with autism, planning a vacation can be a difficult Read More…

  • April
    17

    LIGHT A LAMP FOR AUTISM

    By: saaac-master

    There are a number of things that make SAAAC special:  Free therapies and social service programs Fostering meaningful relationships between volunteers and children/youth impacted by Autism Raising awareness of Autism in the larger South Asian community To continue with our efforts we need continued support. Our LAMP (Lifetime Annual Membership Plan) program is an opportunity for Read More…

  • April
    13

    SAAAC 2.0

    By: saaac-master

    It has been a long time coming: a creative, comprehensive website that outlined the purpose of the South Asian Autism Awareness Centre that gave a greater understanding of Autism.   Designed by Prasanna Kugananthan, endearingly called Pras around these parts, the new look www.saaac.org was a vital contribution to SAAAC as it presented a greater ability to Read More…

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