As schools in NB will remain closed for the rest of the school year, our qualified staff members who were previously running in-person tutoring lessons at our center are now offering online tutoring for students at a reduced rate via Zoom!
Our next cohort for the "Healthy Relationships, Sexuality & Autism" course is coming up in April and will be running virtually via Zoom video conference!
Register by emailing Jennifer Hunter: firstname.lastname@example.org
For members of our organization, we have available a resource library with books and resources from a variety of categories that have been donated by the community and organizations. From Asperger's Syndrome, Mental Health and Eating Habits, and a range from Adults to Children, we have available over 700 books all available for lending and borrowing.
If you'd like to take advantage of our library, please drop by the centre and sign up for a free membership and browse our inventory.
Click here for a list of titles that have been donated to us and are in our library:
We at Autism Connections Fredericton have been hard at work creating a comprehensive Autism Spectrum Disorder Resource Guidebook for those who need information and services. It is still an ongoing process, and we are still making changes and adding to the book itself, but we are happy to finally post this version on our website for all to use.
This book is a list of useful resources and local services that were carefully considered by professionals on ASD in the area. We hope that it will be of use.
To download the guide, simply click the image to the right and it will open up a PDF of the entire Guidebook. Then you can download the file itself to your desktop, or just view it here on our website.
If you have any suggestions for local services and resources that would be of use to parents, guardians, EAs and teachers, please contact us here on our website and include all the information you can so we can make this Guidebook a success.