Autism Spectrum Disorder Resources for Families
This is your online resource for helpful information on autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Resources are developed from evidence-based practices and are useful to ErinoakKids clients, families, community partners, and others working with children and youth who have an ASD.
ErinoakKids ASD resources come in a wide range of formats, including tip sheets, brochures, comprehensive kits, and templates that provide information and practical strategies to support families and can be used at home and in the community. Please be sure to check back here as we add new resources on a regular basis.
These ASD resources are provided for informational purposes only and are not a substitute for professional advice, diagnosis or treatment, from a qualified health-care provider.
Applied Behaviour Analysis
Autism Spectrum Disorder
If you have any questions or if there is anything specific you'd like to see, please email our Autism Resources team
You can also check out the Autism Parent Resource Kit
provided by the Ontario Ministry of Childrean and Youth Services.
Thank you and enjoy the resources!
Did you know?
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