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  • January
    5

    ADE PROGRAM: Helping Families Find Autism Support

    By: SAAAC

    The proceeds from this year’s Radiant Night Charity Gala will go towards powering our innovative ADE Program. Learn how your contributions are being used to help individuals and families with autism. What is ADE? Assessment, Development, Empowerment (ADE) programming is a collection of services that are provided for free to families who experience challenges in accessing Read More…

  • December
    17

    Radiant Night Raffle: Our Biggest Raffle EVER!

    By: SAAAC

    This year, you can literally drive away the winner of SAAAC’s biggest raffle draw ever! As part of our annual fundraising gala, Radiant Night, SAAAC holds a yearly raffle, and this year we have some incredible prizes for you: Prizes 1. The 2016 smart fortwo Courtesy of Mercedes- Benz  & Sponsored by Law Office of Read More…

  • November
    10

    4 Ways Children with Autism Can Benefit from Sports and Fitness

    By: SAAAC

    Childhood obesity is on the rise among all children. But children on the autism spectrum have an especially high risk of becoming overweight and obese. In fact, 33 percent of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder are overweight while 17 percent are obese. Of course, one of the best ways to combat obesity is through physical Read More…

  • November
    5

    Srinivas and Jessica Judes Collaborate on Song for Autism Awareness

    By: SAAAC

    Full press release can be found HERE Multi-award winning singer and composer Srinivas and the standout talent on Airtel Super Singer, Jessica Judes, have collaborated on a brand new song that promotes autism awareness and encourages communities to help individuals with autism achieve their potential. Titled “Vanna Vennila” (Colourful Moon), the touching song was  recorded Read More…

  • October
    23

    Everyone Deserves to Play: Sports and Fitness for Children with Autism

    By: SAAAC

    On Sunday, November 15, 24 teams will participate in SAAAC’s 2nd annual Spike-4-SAAAC Volleyball  tournament. The event is a charity fundraiser to help SAAAC develop a multi-sport program supported by RBC Learn to Play Project. The program looks to encourage children (ages 6-12) living with autism develop movement and social skills  while being exposed to Read More…

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