Calming Strategies Classroom Guidance Lesson for Teaching Coping Skills
This classroom guidance lesson encourages students to be aware of calming/stress management strategies they can use in the future when tough situations arise. Introduce 6 calming strategies with a short story about The Tranquil Turtle and then complete a 2-page craftivity for students to identify th...
JOIN US: The Big Heart Journey Facebook Watch Party with Boots (from Splash 'n Boots) TONIGHT at 7:00 pm. This week, Boots will share a loving kindness meditation called Flying Heart, spreading love from our hearts to hearts all around the world. Join us on our Facebook page at 7:00 pm to spread some love. #loveheals #bigheartjourney #autismcanada #spreadjoy #autismawareness
JOIN US: The Big Heart Journey Facebook Watch Party with Boots (from Splash 'n Boots) Thursday at 7:00 pm. This week, Boots will share a loving kindness meditation called Flying Heart, spreading love from our hearts to hearts all around the world. Join us on our Facebook page at 7:00 pm to spread some love. #loveheals #bigheartjourney #autismcanada #spreadjoy #autismawareness
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#helpinghands #weareinthistogether #autismcanada #autismecanada #autism #covid19 #resources We are only as strong as our community and we are here for you. / Nous sommes aussi forts que notre communauté et nous sommes ici pour vous supporter.
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#FridayFeeling If you aren't already following @autismcanada on Facebook Twitter and LinkedIn now is the perfect time to do so. We are keeping you abreast of Disability Tax Credit coverage in the media as well as other #autism news research resources and events.
Last Wednesday we visited William C Winegard school in Guelph ON to talk with students in JK to grade 8. Students presented a thank-you speech during which they indicated that raising awareness and understanding for students with different abilities is the mark they want to leave on the community. Wonderful things are happening let's keep this momentum going.
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Are you a medical professional who fills out Disability Tax Credit certificates for clients with #autism? Email your experience to Susan@autismcanada.org.
Instagram post by Autism Canada • Dec 4, 2017 at 7:59pm UTC
It is critical and essential that you send your experiences with regard to applying for and maintaining your Disability Tax Credit to Susan@autismcanada.org. This way we can provide the CRA with the most robust feedback to make change.
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It has been an emotional week between our Disability Tax Credit advocacy in Ottawa and continuing to hear from individuals and parents who are fighting for access to funds for the services and supports they need. Don't give up we are advocating with you.
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41 Likes, 1 Comments - Autism Canada (@autismcanada) on Instagram: “Our Family Support and Resource Program impacts thousands of people across Canada. To contact us,…”
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This morning Dermot Cleary Autism Canada Board Chair addressed the Canada Revenue Agency at our Disability Tax Credit (DTC) press conference. Autism Canada wants to see DTC criteria applied equally consistently and transparently for all individuals and families.
November 30 2017 - OTTAWA (ON) Autism Canada is calling on the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) to apply the existing criteria for the Disability Tax Credit (DTC) equally consistently and transparently across the board for all applications. We want fair and equitable access to the Disability Tax Credit for Canadians who have autism said Dermot Cleary chair of Autism Canada. Autism Canada is adding its voice to concerns raised by other disability advocacy organizations regarding inconsistencies…
On Friday Autism Canada visited St. Anne School in Cambridge to talk about #autism awareness and acceptance. There is always a Q&A period following each presentation to encourage interaction and continue the dialogue. A young student on the spectrum came up to Chantale and said "Thank you for helping me learn more about myself and why I do the things I do." He also shared that he wants to be a video game coder when he gets older. We cherish these opportunities to get out into the community.
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