Each month we highlight an AIDE Canada resource that ties into the work we do here at Sinneave. This month’s highlight focuses on relationships. In February, Valentine’s Day gets a lot of attention, but relationships encompass much more than being “in love.” Aide Canada’s Healthy Relationships Collection has many resources to help you make good decisions and healthy connections when it comes to your relationships.

AIDE Canada and its partners have collaborated to bring you a collection of 22 resources introducing various aspects of healthy relationships. Topics range from puberty and information about the menstrual cycle to consent, online safety, media literacy and safe sex practices. They discuss everything from setting boundaries and healthy communication to pronouns and gender diversity in a Neurodiverse world.

If you are interested to know more about what it means to have healthy relationships and how to build and maintain them, check out this collection by clicking the button below that says, Healthy Relationships Collection.



A big part of all relationships is healthy communication. For many autistic and neurodivergent individuals, social interactions and accompanying societal expectations are not always easy to navigate. During the month of February, Sinneave is offering drop-in social communication workshops. These free, 90-minute sessions will cover a variety of social situations one might come across, such as entering conversations, gracefully exiting conversations, learning to interpret non-verbal communication cues and more. You can attend all the sessions or just the ones that interest you. Every Tuesday from 4:00 – 5:30 p.m. at The Ability Hub (300, 3820 24th Avenue NW)

There is an option to attend via Zoom if attending in person doesn’t work for you. Please email info@sinneavefoundation.org for the link.

Details, such as dates and topics are available on our event calendar. You can access the calendar by clicking the words, SOCIAL COMMUNICATION WORKSHOPS.


About AIDE Canada

The Autism and/or Intellectual Disability Knowledge Exchange Network (AIDE Canada) is a tool to connect members of our community to the information and resources that they need. They deliver credible, reliable, and evidence-informed resources in an unbiased and accessible way. For more information about AIDE Canada, visit their website by clicking the words, AIDE CANADA.


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