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NOTE: Autism services in Ontario have changed. Get information about the new Ontario Autism Program here.

Important documents from the Ministry of Child and Youth Services for parents of a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder:

Ontario Autism Program Clinical Supervisor Attestation

Ontario Autism Program Behaviour Plan Instructions

Ontario Autism Program Behaviour Plan Budget

New Ontario Autism Program Guidelines – January 2018

Independent Clinical Review Process Guidelines

Family Request Form

Ontario Autism Program Info Sheet

Family Guide to Clinical Teams

Family Information on the ICR Process

Parent and Caregiver Workshops:

The Ontario Autism Program – Durham is pleased to offer a variety of educational opportunities to parents and caregivers of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

For information about workshop topics and how to register please click here.  This will link you to the Event Calendar of our OAP partner agency, Lake Ridge Community Support Services (LRCSS). Please note that new workshop flyers are uploaded to the Event Calendar on a regular basis! If you have any questions, please call 905-728-1673 or 1-800-304-6180, extension 2248 or extension 2232.

Want more information on the Ontario Autism Program? Check out our OAP flyer.

Educational Portal:

LearningDot: Autism Ontario

Partners:

 

English version:

The new Independent Clinical Review (ICR) process for the Ontario Autism Program (OAP) is now available.

The ICR offers families and their children the opportunity to have key components of their OAP Behaviour Plan reviewed by a team of Independent Clinical Reviewers.

For more information on the ICR, please visit www.ontario.ca/autism or www.contactniagara.org.

 

French version:

Le nouveau processus d’examen clinique indépendant (ECI) du Programme ontarien de services en matière d’autisme (POSA) est maintenant disponible. 

L’ECI offre aux familles et a leurs enfants la possibilité de faire examiner les principaux éléments du plan comportemental du POSA par une équipe d’examinateurs cliniques indépendants.

Pour plus de renseignements sur le ECI, veuillez consulter www.ontario.ca/autisme ou http://www.contactniagara.org/fr.