#ExperienceAutism is an innovative, free of charge service that offers a facilitated conversation for employers, post-secondary educators, and landlords interested in learning more about supporting positive interactions with people on the autism spectrum.

Focusing on Six Key Principles for Success, this work is instrumental in helping individuals and organizations develop ally-based actions that create and foster environments where everyone can thrive at:

  • Building relationships
  • Enhancing communication through collaboration
  • Identifying and implementing proactive strategies for inclusion.

These six principles are broadly applicable and beneficial to anyone who wants to create safe, welcoming and inclusive spaces in their places of work.

Virtual #ExperienceAutism Session at The Sinneave Family Foundation

When: Wednesday, November 30th from 2-3:30 p.m. MST

Where: Zoom (the Zoom link will be sent to you in your confirmation email after registering).

If you would like to sign your organization up for your own #ExperienceAutism session please email info@sinneavefoundation.org.

 

#ExperienceAutism is an innovative, free of charge service that offers a facilitated conversation for employers, post-secondary educators, and landlords interested in learning more about supporting positive interactions with people on the autism spectrum.

Focusing on Six Key Principles for Success, this work is instrumental in helping individuals and organizations develop ally-based actions that create and foster environments where everyone can thrive at:

  • Building relationships
  • Enhancing communication through collaboration
  • Identifying and implementing proactive strategies for inclusion.

These six principles are broadly applicable and beneficial to anyone who wants to create safe, welcoming and inclusive spaces in their places of work.

#ExperienceAutism In-person Session at The Sinneave Family Foundation

Wednesday, November 23rd from 1-2:30 p.m. MST at The Sinneave Family Foundation.
We are located in the Child Development Centre at the University of Calgary – 300, 3820-24th Ave NW
Please note: the closest parking is a paid parking lot, however, free parking passes are available by emailing info@sinneavefoundation.org.

A virtual drop-in session is also being offered on Wednesday, November 30th from 2-3:30 p.m. MST on Zoom. Click here if you prefer to register for the virtual session.

If you would like to sign your organization up for your own #ExperienceAutism session please email info@sinneavefoundation.org.

In recognition of National Housing Day, this webinar will highlight lessons learned over the years by The Sinneave Family Foundation’s (Sinneave) housing team.

Sinneave has worked with autistic adults, families, affordable housing providers and support agencies to help many autistic adults find a home of their own. This presentation will share ideas that promote action to enhance housing opportunities and will be relevant for housing providers, support agencies, autistic/neurodivergent adults and their support networks.

About the Presenters

Carolyn Dudley – Knowledge Exchange Facilitator, The Sinneave Family Foundation
Carolyn has worked at Sinneave in research, policy and housing for many years. In her current role, she interviews autistic adults and their families on the process of finding housing, what works, and what doesn’t work. The knowledge gathered over many years and lessons learned will be beneficial to a wide audience.

John Seigner – Housing Specialist, The Sinneave Family Foundation
For over 10 years, John has helped many adults and their families find affordable and supported housing. John will share examples of the lessons learned through working with autistic adults, affordable housing providers, and support agencies.

 

This presentation is offered in partnership with Aide Canada and hosted on their platform.
When you click the Registration button below, you will be redirected to Aide Canada’s website to register

Registration

 

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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