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Preparing a child for this unique holiday takes a little bit of preparation, but will enhance their ability to join in the fun with their siblings and peers. At Hands TheFamilyHelpNetwork.ca, we are here to support you with these preparations.
April 2nd, 2019 is World Autism Awareness Day - an opportunity to honour the families who advocate for their children and youth. Hands’ website and several of our offices will be ‘Lighting It Up Blue’ as a symbol of our support to Autism awareness and advocacy.
Working with Northern Ontario Families through the Autism Services Transition (April 1, 2019) Under the government’s new approach to Autism Services, families are being asked to direct their child’s autism services and funding. This represents a significant change to service delivery. Hands TheFamilyHelpNetwork.ca (Hands), which has been providing behavioural services for children with Autism Spectrum
Autism services are changing – Hands wants to hear from you (February 27, 2019) At Hands, we recognize that under the government’s new approach to Autism Services, families are being asked to direct their child’s autism services and funding. This represents a significant change to services and we are working through how to best support
Support Services and Funding Options for Youth Transitioning to Adulthood – Bracebridge This carousel-style event, in partnership with community service providers, will feature support and funding options that may be helpful to youth approaching 18 years of age. Registration is required. Wednesday, February 27, 2019 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm
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