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Virtual Costume Contest at Hands

Virtual Costume Contest at Hands (Northern Ontario) With trick-or-treating and Halloween parties not happening for many families this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Hands theFamilyHelpNetwork.ca is stepping up to help ensure kids get the chance to celebrate and show off their spooky and/or super-cute costumes with a Virtual Costume Contest. Hosted by Hands Autism

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Update: Virtual and In-Person Services During the Pandemic

An update on services during the pandemic Hands is well prepared to continue to meet the needs of our clients and families. The health and safety of our clients, families and employees remains our priority, informing every decision we make about our services.  Our clients have benefitted from our ability to offer virtual services throughout

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Hands ready to help families with children on Autism spectrum

Hands theFamilyHelpNetwork welcomes the August 4, 2020,  announcement from the honourable Todd Smith, Minister of Children, Community and Social Services, regarding the launch of the first phase of Foundational Services for families in the Ontario Autism Program and is ready to help. “We are proud to be recognized as a leading agency in providing Foundational and

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Hands continuing to help while planning return

Northern Ontario/North Bay — July 9, 2020 — Hands TheFamilyHelpNetwork.ca (Hands; the Agency) has continued to successfully help clients and families by providing online and telephone-based services throughout the current pandemic. As Ontario’s economy reopens and Hands plans for a safe return to in-person visits and community work, the Agency will continue to support clients

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New online opportunities from Hands Autism Services

Northern Ontario/North Bay — June 17, 2020 —  Autism services at Hands theFamilyHelpNetwork have excelled at meeting the needs of the children and families they work with during COVID-19 and are excited to announce a new series of online learning opportunities for children, youth, families, caregivers and service providers.   “We are pleased to say

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