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ACT is a registered not-for-profit society. We are a province-wide information and referral service created to support families of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. We offer families and professionals a wide range of positive and practical information on everything from sleep problems and diet, to core issues such as diagnosis and aspects of intervention, including information on setting up programs for their children. Need support and information? Call us at 604.205.5467 / 1.866.939.5188 or email info@actcommunity.net!

UPCOMING WORKSHOPS - Spring 2008
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Transitioning from High School to Work - Preparing Students with Autism for Adulthood
Vicki Lundine & Catherine Smith  Details>
Nanaimo | January 12, 2008
Early Bird rate ends December 13, 2008
Surrey | March 8, 2008
Early Bird rate ends January 25, 2008

An Introduction to Sensory Processing in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder - Reaching a Common Understanding
Mary-Ann Fulks, M.Sc., O.T.(C)
January 19, 2008 - Surrey | Details>
Early Bird rate ends December 13, 2007

Including Students with Disabilities in Regular Classrooms
Pat Mirenda, Ph.D., BCBA
January 26, 2008 - Vancouver | Details>
Early Bird rate ends December 14, 2008

An Introduction to Autism Treatment - A Case Management Survival Guide for Parents & Community Professionals
Jill Calder, M.D., Clinical Director of Rehabilitation Services, Thompson Cariboo Shuswap Region
January 30, 2008 - Vancouver | Early Years Conference registration.

star Co-sponsored by ACT as part of the Early Years 2008 Conference.
ACT is not registering the participants for this event 

Understanding and Changing Challenging behaviors for Young Children with Autism: Practical Advice for Parents and Professionals.
James W. Partington, PhD, BCBA, Director of Behavior Analysts, Inc.
February 29, 2008 - Vancouver | Details>
Early Bird rate ends January 11, 2008

Designing, Implementing and Troubleshooting Verbal Behavior-ABA Programs
James W. Partington, PhD, BCBA, Director of Behavior Analysts, Inc.
March 1, 2008 - Vancouver | Details>
Early Bird rate ends January 11, 2008

Beyond Sight Words: Access to the Literate Community for ALL
Paula Kluth, Ph.D.
March 28, 2008 - Vancouver | Details>
Early Bird rate ends January 18, 2008


Toilet Training for Everyone: It's Never Too Late! - Webcast Version
Pat MIrenda, Ph.D., BCBA
Available Now | Details>

For a full listing of ACT's upcoming workshops, including ACT on TOUR, go to our Upcoming Workshops page.

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Coalition of National Autism Organisations releases call for National Autism Strategy | Details>

$2 million Autism Chair for SFU
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$2 million Autism Chair for SFU
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Autism Books for Sale at ACT's Lower Mainland Workshops star New | Full Story>

A Searchable RASP List | Full Story>

Manual for Parents of Children with ASD in BC
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Explaining Autism in the classroom
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Formal Complaint Resolution Process Developed for RASP Complaints | Details>

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A Toronto Star article discusses the need for caregivers to plan for the future for their adult Autistic children. | Full Story>

Four Alberta families with autistic children receive service dogs trained to help keep their children safe. | Full Story>

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Are you participating in a United Way campaign? Did you know you can designate ACT as the charity you'd like to direct your contribution towards? | Details>

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16 to 21 year olds needed for visual perception study.
Young adults with high functioning autism can earn a $50 honorarium by taking part in a visual perception study being conducted by UBC PhD student Elina Birmingham. | Details >

Three year olds needed for study.
The Autism and Developmental Disorders Lab at SFU and the Autism Research Centre at Cambridge University are looking for three year olds for an hour of testing in early January or in March. | Details>

Get Involved in Autism Research!
At the Autism & Developmental Disorders Lab at Simon Fraser University, we are looking for youth between the ages of 12-18 years of age and their parents to participate in a research study on social competence. 
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Youth and Young Adults with Asperger Syndrome or High Functioning Autism, age 16 to 21, families and professionals invited to participate in project studying resiliency in youth and young adults with AS or HFA. | Details >

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