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  • July
    14

    Getting Our Hands Dirty – Gardening at SAAAC

    By: saaac-master

    The weather finally cleared up and we got our hands dirty by doing some gardening with our students and volunteers! We’ll be continuing to add to our garden, so you can still donate plants, flowers, seeds and gardening tools (thanks to those who kindly donated already). Our young adults will take over the garden maintenance Read More…

  • July
    14

    Shanthi’s Story

    By: saaac-master

    Shanthi has faced incredible challenges in her life, yet this mother of 2 children with autism has persevered and has provided a loving and caring life for both her children. This is her story.

  • June
    11

    South Asian Autism Awareness Centre Enriches Its Treatment Program with State-of-the-Art Skills® Tool

    By: saaac-master

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 10, 2014 Media Contact Kingston Yogendran Phone: 416.708.5869 Email: [email protected] Media Contact Stacey Price Phone: 310.740.5146 Email: [email protected]  South Asian Autism Awareness Centre Enriches Its Treatment Program with State-of-the-Art Skills® Tool  The Skills® technology provides South Asian Autism Awareness Centre the ability to streamline assessments, individualized treatment plans and progress tracking. Read More…

  • August
    12

    Dance-a-thon Party to raise funds for Arts Programming for Individuals with Autism – Friday 16th August 2013 in Toronto

    By: saaac-master

    On 16 August 2013, hundreds of youth will join the South Asian Autism Awareness Centre’s (SAAAC) massive dance party to raise funds for arts programming, which has changed the lives of individuals with autism and their families in the South Asian community in Toronto. SAAAC’s Dance-a-thon is an annual summer event where supporters raise pledges in order Read More…

  • July
    3

    South Asian Autism Awareness Centre Grand Opening

    By: saaac-master

    For Immediate Release Contact: Kingston Yogendran 416-708-5869 Toronto, Ontario – Make do with what you have – this is a reality that binds all grassroots initiatives looking to make meaningful changes in the world, but are limited by inadequate resources. For the past five years the South Asian Autism Awareness Centre (SAAAC) made do with donated Read More…

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