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November 2016

Sexual Health Workshop

Are you a parent, caregiver or service provider of a child or teen with ASD? Do you want to learn more about puberty and sexual development, healthy relationships, and personal boundaries? Sexuality is an important part of the overall wellness of all people. This workshop will give you practical tools and strategies to guide your child or teen through puberty and beyond and introduce resources to help build your comfort and skill in working with your child. Workshop Speaker Heather…

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December 2016

Disability Tax Credit And RDSP Workshop

The RDSP is a program for those that qualify for the Disability Tax Credit and are under the age of 60.  There is up to $70,000 in grants and $20,000 in bonds that can be collected until their 49th year.  Come get all your questions answered about the Disability Tax Credit and Registered Disability Saving Plan. Workshop Speaker Steven Williams runs his own company, The Small Business Accountants, helping people with getting the most out of their hard earned income. About…

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January 2017

Mental Health Problems In Adults With ASD

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is lifelong condition. Although not all adults with ASD require psychiatric input, some adults have concurrent mental illnesses requiring additional support. Comorbid mental health problems occur in up to 70% of those with ASD and can have a significant effect on their functioning. The workshop will focus on mental health problems in adults with ASD. Presentation of common mental health problems in adults with ASD will be discussed in detail. The presenter will also discuss difference…

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February 2017

Talking To Your Child About Their ASD Diagnosis

Are you a parent or caregiver of a child, teen, or young adult with ASD? Do you want to learn more about diagnosis disclosure, and about parental experiences surrounding whether or not to disclose a child’s diagnosis to that child? This workshop will share parental experiences surrounding what to do prior to sharing a diagnosis, how and when to share a diagnosis, the reasons for choosing to disclose, and outcomes post diagnosis disclosure. This workshop is available both in person…

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March 2017

Expanding Social Networks And Recreational Opportunities

Discovering new social opportunities and new ways to get connected with your community. This Workshop will be available both in-person and as a webinar: In-Person: For more information on in-person attendance click here, and to register, please click here. Webinar:  For more information on the Webinar, click here, and to register, please click here. This session is presented by the Community Education Service of the Child & Adolescent Addiction, Mental Health & Psychiatry Program (CAAMHPP) of Alberta Health Services in…

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April 2017

Reconnect Recreation Community Fair

We are excited to be hosting representatives from a variety of organizations who provide recreation and leisure opportunities in the Calgary Community. All adolescents and adults with autism, their families and caregivers are invited to join us in a welcoming atmosphere to find out what programs and activities might be of interest to you, and connect with other families to share your knowledge of what’s available.

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May 2017

Understanding & Responding To Anxiety in the ASD Population Workshop

Free

This presentation will address the common topic of anxiety and how it arises in our brains, mind and heart. We will learn that anxiety does a good job of pretending to be our friend, when in reality it just robs us of the very things we are looking for. We will use a simple Mindfulness process to look at daily worries ( friends, academics, transition to adulthood ) and how to ensure that anxiety does not get in the way…

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June 2017

Gender Creativity and Autism Workshop

Free

This workshop will share current findings and perspectives on gender diversity for individuals on the autism spectrum and will present evidence-informed practices for supporting gender creative children and transgender youth who are also on the autism spectrum. Researchers have identified the co-occurrence of gender diversity and autism as an important emerging issue in terms of clinical practice. Parents, clinicians, and educators, and support professionals in the fields of autism and gender are increasingly likely to encounter clients, patients, and families…

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Ernie Els #GameOn Autism Golf Training Workshop

Megan Edgley and Dr. Kerri Morse, Recreation Services Coordinator and  Adult Services Coordinator at the Els for Autism Foundation will host a training day on Saturday, June 17th from 10am - 3:30pm for teachers, golf instructors, parents, and professionals on the connection between Autism and golf. Participants and volunteers for the upcoming Els Tournament at the Glencoe on June 19th are also encouraged to attend this training day. The Training Day will be hosted at The Ability Hub (#300, 3820…

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Strategies For Parent Involvement in Your Child’s Job Search Workshop

This workshop is being presented by Ready Willing & Able, here at The Ability Hub. Come and learn strategies to help your son/daughter succeed in finding a job. Topics discussed will be: Information/points to ponder regarding employment Addressing disclosure  How to breakdown employment barriers  Your changing role  Ready, Willing and Able  Anxiety And more. Free parking will be available the evening of this event in Lot 54. Workshop Speakers: Keelin Mckiernan completed her Bachelor of Arts (Honours) from Mount Royal University in…

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