ACF BOWL-A-THON "SPARES and STRIKES for AUTISM 2019"
WE HAVE JUST BEGUN A MAJOR FUND RAISER THAT RUNS FROM SEPTEMBER 17th TO NOVEMBER 17th.
A HUGE THANK YOU TO ALL OUR SUPPORTERS FROM LAST YEAR!!!!
WE HOPE WE CAN COUNT ON YOUR SUPPORT FOR THIS YEAR
AUTISM CONNECTIONS FREDERICTON HAS EXCITING NEW PROGRAMMES for 2019
1) Youth nights
3) Academic tutoring Services
4) The Parents and Tots program
5) The chat and chill drop in for adults on Monday nights.
6) Enrichment Programme by UNB ABA students
7) Morning Drop In
8) Cooking and nutrition classes (will start again in the Fall)
9) 5 One-Week Summer Camps (July to August)
10) Tae Kwan Do (ends in June and returns in the fall)
11) Voices of Autism - presentations by adults with autism
12) Story Time with Fredericton Librarian, Kim
13) Parent Support Group
OTHER PROJECTS IN THE CENTER:
See our new Resource Guide for our web site
Collaboration with Autism NS – Ready Willing & Able (Employment) Programme and a new Human Sexuality Programme
Collaborations with various Autism Services:
Speech Services - Talk with Me : Early Language Services
Autism Intervention Services – Social Skills Groups
Autism Intervention Services - Staff Meetings
RECENT SOCIAL EVENTS:
Michael McCreary Comedy Show – May 12th
Super Hero Walk & Run – June 2nd
Musical events at Dolan's Pub – Various dates throughout the year
Ball Hockey Tournaments - By Vince MacDonald
Jake Allen Golf Classic - July 11th & 12th at Kingswood Golf Course
Hallowe'en Party- October 27th
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING - NOV. 25th
Christmas Party - DEC 14th (5:30 to 8:00 PM)
To provide social supports, public education, resources, programs/groups/activities, and evidenced-based information for persons with autism spectrum disorder and their personal communities living within the greater Fredericton region. We also promote autism awareness and conduct public education through information booths and presentations to schools and businesses.
About Autism Connections Fredericton
We are committed to helping individuals with autism of all ages, their families and caregivers, as well as professionals, to access resources and services. These services will be provided in both official languages wherever possible.
ACF can provide:
-accurate up-to-date information
-help navigating local services and agencies
-workshops and guest speakers
-sibling network programs
-information sessions for groups
ACF also has a lending library with:
-resource books and videos
-toys, games and puzzles
-Printing, laminating, and binding
What People Are Saying
"“Autism, is part of my child, it's not everything he is. My child is so much more than a diagnosis.” "
— S.L. Coelho