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  • March
    14

    RAFFLE TICKET WINNERS!!

    By: SAAAC

    SAAAC held its biggest Radiant Night Charity Raffle this year. Trips, TVs, phones, and even a car! We want to thank everyone who participated in our charity raffle this year. Your support will help us continue to provide quality programs and services to individuals and families living with autism. Now, here are your 2016 Radiant Read More…

  • February
    9

    Job Posting: Speech-Language Pathologist (part-time)

    By: SAAAC

    Part time Speech-Language Pathologist (10 hours/week) Job Type: Part time – must be available weekday evenings and weekends – with immediate start As the ideal candidate for the role of Speech and Language Pathologist you are energetic and attentive to detail with a commitment to individuals with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). You can demonstrate Read More…

  • January
    21

    Job Posting: ABA Therapist (part-time)

    By: SAAAC

    SAAAC is looking for an part-time ABA Therapist who is energetic and reliable with a commitment to individuals with an Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). Responsibilities Include: * Utilize ABA principles and techniques * Working with clients in a 1 to 1 setting in-centre * Work with clients of varying ages/skill level and clients who may demonstrate Read More…

  • January
    19

    Five Ways Music Programs Can Help Children with Autism

    By: SAAAC

    It’s no secret that music is a powerful force. But did you know that children on the autism spectrum can benefit greatly from participating in music programs? They can be a wonderful outlet for creativity, whether it’s a group event or individual lessons. Here are five amazing benefits music programs can have for a child Read More…

  • January
    12

    Colouring Outside the Lines

    By: SAAAC

    One of the earliest students to enroll in SAAAC’s visual arts program in 2015 was Manu. Like most eight year olds, Manu was full of energy and his attention was captured by almost everything around him. The early stages of Manu’s artistic development were somewhat challenging. He was not a fan of staying in one Read More…

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