Tag Archives: ASD

Information Night – RESCHEDULED

Sorry for the inconvenience, this evening has been postponed. Please email sarah@every1games.ca for additional information. 

Parents and neurodiverse youth/adults are invited to join Every1Games for an information night! Let’s learn from each other.

  • Where? George Brown College School of Design at 341 King St. E, Room 515
  • When? TBD!

Every1Games is dedicated to helping clients achieve their social, professional and technical skills development goals, but what does that mean? Founder and CEO of Every1Games, Sarah Drew, will be sharing information about Every1Games goals and leading a discussion to learn more about what you need and want. Meet staff, Visit our classrooms at George Brown College, and learn more about Every1Games autism approach and neurodiversity.

Please register below and let us know if you will be attending so that we  can prepare the appropriate amount of snacks! 🙂 If you have any questions you can contact us anytime!

Autism Friendly; a day of learning about the diversity of the autism spectrum

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Autism Friendly is a day of learning all about the diversity of the autism spectrum bringing together autistic self-advocates, educators, students, support workers, organizations and business owners to share perspectives and come to a better understanding of autism in our community.

If you’re autistic and are willing to share something of your experience, or just want to meet informally with other autistic individuals, come on along. If you have questions or can offer a perspective on what it means to be autistic,  join us at Ryerson’s Digital Media Zone on January 11, 2014 (10:00am – 4:00pm).

Upon registration we will email you a short form to submit a question or suggest a topic.

  • The most asked questions and suggested topics will become sessions in different rooms.
  • 20 sessions available (5, 45 minute sessions in 4 different rooms on the 6th floor of the Digital Media Zone).

5, 45 minute discussions in 4 rooms between 10 and 4 pm, topics not yet listed

We want to know what means most to you, it can be anything within the topic of ASD. We expect topics of conversation will range from self-advocacy and discovery, technologies across the spectrum,  accessible employment,  independence,  and more. 

 Autism Friendly  is an opportunity to grow personally and professionally learning more about working with diversity while supporting autism in the workplace, at school and in the community.

Thank you to the EDGE Lab,  ASAN Toronto, Tactile Audio Displays Inc. and Ryerson’s Digital Media Zone for supporting Autism Friendly’s multi-sensory environment.

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 Thank you Marathon Learning Materials for sponsoring Breakfast at Autism Friendly.

Who is coming to Autism Friendly?

Autism Organizations: an opportunity for  leading researchers and developmental service providers to share their successes and challenges.

Business Owners: a professional development opportunity; working with diversity, creating an inclusive workplace, and maintaining low-anxiety at work.

Families: an opportunity to share your experiences in a judgement free zone, speak with industry professionals and discover opportunities and services for you and your family.

Teachers: an opportunity to share your classroom experiences,  learn communication strategies with parents, self advocates and other autism professionals.

Self-Advocates:  an opportunity  share your experience and help your community understand what you need to make school and work a better place to be, meet employers and service providers.

Non-Associated Community Members: support social change and learn what you need to understand about autism.

Grow personally and professionally at Autism Friendly, click below to register!

Eventbrite - Autism Friendly

New website, new workshops and new experiences for people on the autism spectrum!

We understand that many programs, funds and services are harder to access than they should be. That’s why all of our workshops are designed to be easily accessible.

  • No Proof of Autism Spectrum Diagnosis Required,
  • Easy Online Registration and Payment,
  • No Waiting Lists,
  • Discounts for Members of Autism Ontario

Now Available

Intro and Advanced Videogame Design Programs

Professional Development Workshops

Teen and Adult Autism (ASD + NT) Socials