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Organization: Autism Ontario - Hamilton Chapter  
Phone Numbers: 905-528-8476
Email: hamilton@autismontario.com
Website: www.autismontario.com/hamilton
Address:
533 Main St E
Hamilton, ON
L8M 1H9
Intersection: Wentworth St S and Main St E
Location: Inside Salvation Army, Lawson Ministries Hamilton Building
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Tue, Thu 10am-3pm
Contacts: L B Brown - Family Support Coordinator
lb@autismontario.com
Service Description: Promoting public and professional awareness and understanding of autism and pervasive developmental disorders, provides information, referral, and resource materials to parents, professionals and the public, holds monthly support groups, provides support to people with autism, autism spectrum disorders, and pervasive developmental disorders and their families.
  • Educational courses, workshops and various groups for parents, professionals and individuals
  • Social learning opportunities for individuals with ASD and their families
  • Potential Program: one to one support for parents through consultation and resource sharing * Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) awareness events * Workshops with guest speakers * Support groups

Services and Programs:

Meeting: Parent Support Group and Sibling Support Group meet once a month * Call for specific times and dates
Fees: Membership - encouraged, see provincial website for further fee information
Application: E-mail to schedule an appointment
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), family members and community partners
Languages: English
Language Note: available as required
Area(s) Served: Hamilton (City of)
See Also: Autism
Diseases and Conditions Support Groups
Parenting Groups

This information was last completely updated on 6/23/2015

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