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Please note: The information provided is for reference only. It is not intended as a recommendation or endorsement of organizations, or as a comprehensive resource list. Third party information does not imply endorsement by Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital.


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Autism Canada

Autism Canada works collaboratively with our provincial and territorial organizations, associations and societies to champion ASD priorities.

Autism Junction

Autism Junction is the most comprehensive database of its kind in Canada, and is building a comprehensive resource centre for Canadians living with autism and for those who care for them.

Autism Ontario: Toronto Chapter

Autism Ontario and its chapters share common goals of providing information and education, supporting research, and advocating for programs and services for the autism community.

Autism Parent Resource Kit

The Autism Parent Resource Kit is an online resource to help parents, caregivers and families better understand autism and the range of services and support available in Ontario.

Surrey Place Toronto Autism ABA Services

Toronto Autism ABA Services are funded by the Ministry of Children and Youth Services and are free to children and youth with a confirmed Autism Spectrum diagnosis up to their 18th birthday.

Toronto Partnership for Autism Services (TPAS)

The Toronto Partnership for Autism Services (TPAS) is a community-based service that helps children with autism, and their families, through Intensive Behavioural Intervention or IBI.

Geneva Centre

Geneva Centre serves families through family education, social skill building groups, early intervention, behaviour/communication analysis, parent, sibling & peer support groups, family resource services, adult support groups, respite and more.

Kerry’s Place

Kerry's Place Autism Services has been committed to enhancing the quality of life of persons with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) since 1974 by being leaders in developing and providing evidence-based supports; and by building capacity by sharing our knowledge.

Last updated by Amina Aumeer, Family Resouce Centre volunteer in August 2018