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  • October
    21

    Creative Growth- Looking Back at the SAAAC Creative Initiative

    By: SAAAC

    In April 2015, visual artist and social entrepreneur Amir Akbari approached SAAAC to develop an inclusive painting program. He believed everyone had the capacity to create art, and wanted to showcase the artistic merit of individuals with autism. The process to creating a structured arts based program at SAAAC began with generous donations from three incredible groups: Read More…

  • July
    25

    Finding Hope Early: SAAAC Walk-In Clinic

    By: SAAAC

    Written By: Sonieya Nagarajah The term Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD- commonly referred to as autism) is known by some, but understood by only a few. Those who have heard about ASD know that it is a disorder, and are aware that diagnosed individuals do not always behave in the same way as their average peers. But Read More…

  • July
    25

    A Year in Review: Annual General Meeting Recap

    By: SAAAC

    Written By:  Dr. Lindy Zaretsky I am so proud to stand before you as Chair of SAAAC. So much has been achieved in recent years, and I am excited to be working with outstanding board colleagues, committed volunteers and staff and an exceptional Executive Director. I am here because I fiercely believe in this organization. I Read More…

  • July
    4

    Job Posting: ABA Therapist (Part time)

    By: SAAAC

    Position: Instructor Therapist (ABA) Company: South Asian Autism Awareness Centre Location: Unit 1, 1970 Ellesmere Road, Scarborough, ON Canada. M1H 2W1 SAAAC is looking for an Instructor Therapist who is energetic and reliable with a commitment to individuals with an Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). Job Description: Provide one-to-one ABA therapy to children with autism. Implement Read More…

  • June
    14

    SAAAC WALK-IN CLINIC

    By: SAAAC

    The South Asian Autism Awareness Centre (SAAAC) will be piloting a project that looks to speed up the process of receiving a diagnosis, so that families can receive services for their child earlier. The project is proudly supported by Autism Speaks Canada  and Computek College.  What Is the Purpose of the Walk-in Clinic? Research has Read More…

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