SAAAC uses a culturally sensitive approach to supporting families with ASD by offering services and raising awareness.

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  • February

    SAAAC Spotlight: Volunteer Coordinator

    By: saaac-master

    The work seems to be mounting quickly for Jallaja Pararajasingham, SAAAC’s volunteer coordinator. “With the school year just beginning and as SAAAC continues to grow, a lot of people want to get involved and help” says Jallaja as she examines emails from individuals interested in volunteering opportunities. It was a year ago when Jallaja wrote Read More…

  • February

    A SAFE Solution

    By: saaac-master

    The South Asian Family Empowerment (SAFE) project, a collaborative effort funded by United Way York Region and in partnership with East Metro Youth Services, is now well underway with a number of speakers from an array of backgrounds and professions coming in to share their expertise in all things ASD. Our first SAFE session hosted Brita Read More…

  • February

    Volunteer Corner: Luckshika Rajaratnam

    By: saaac-master

    I guess it is sort of odd that a political science major would be volunteering at an Autism centre.  There isn’t a clear connection between the French Revolution and working with children with ASD, but for some reason it has worked out for me.  I have been volunteering with SAAAC for nearly 6 months. I initially came Read More…

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