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  • March

    2018 Raffle Prize Winners

    By: SAAAC

    We want to thank all the great individuals and organizations who took part in our annual Radiant Night Charity Raffle this year. See below for the winning numbers. If you are a winner, please contact our office at 416-289-0100. Xbox One Bundle – RN54326 55″ Samsung Smart TV – RN53964 iPhone X – RN52948 Return Read More…

  • October

    Take Sensory Storytelling Program Home

    By: SAAAC

    The Storytelling Project at SAAAC is thrilled to announce the launch of a sensory storytelling guide dedicated to parents, caregivers, educators and sensory storytelling enthusiasts. Typically, we rely on verbal communication to tell stories to children. This way of telling stories however may not be accessible to everyone, and stories after all should be for Read More…

  • October

    Kirishan’s Musical Journey—A Brother’s perspective

    By: SAAAC

    Written by: Myuran Thananjeyan As a five-year-old child, my desire for a younger sibling increased by the passing day. I remember praying every single morning that year just so that this would happen. After a year, lo and behold! My prayers were answered in the form of my thambi, Kirishan Thananjeyan, who was born on Read More…

  • October

    Job Posting: Board-Certified Behaviour Analyst

    By: SAAAC

    The SAAAC Autism Centre is seeking an experienced Board-Certified Behaviour Analyst to provide clinical leadership in the delivery of in-centre, evidence-based behavioural interventions to children, youth, and families living with Autism Spectrum Disorder. A Bit About Us The SAAAC Autism Centre is a registered charity based in Toronto. The centre was founded in 2008 with Read More…

  • September

    You’re Hired! Leading Eye Care Clinic Hires SAAAC Student

    By: SAAAC

    Joshua Like many young men with autism, Joshua found himself not having much to do after graduating highschool. Many parents liken these years to “falling off a cliff” because their kids age out of the children’s system and have little support afterwards. We first met Joshua when he registered for our Adult Day Program, which Read More…

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