Registration opens Jan 2, 2017 at 8:30pm
Kids with ASD, and siblings, all aged 8-18, are invited to join us at the Georgetown Real Canadian Superstore to prepare a delicious meal! We provide the ingredients and directions; you just bring your appetite. Classes will be private for the exclusive use of Autism Ontario.
- Make-your-own meat and veggie kabobs,
- Twice baked potatoes,
- Cinnamon polar bear cookies
In order to accommodate as many children with ASD as possible:
- This class is open only to children with ASD, ages 8-18
- Siblings, ages 8-18
- Please only one caregiver per child
This event is open to children with ASD and siblings only.
Spaces are limited. Pre-registration is required.
Supervision of children/youth at this Social Learning Opportunity is the sole responsibility of parents/guardians and caregivers; childcare will not be provided. Caregivers must remain present.
Due to allergies and sensitivities, please refrain from wearing perfume, cologne, aftershave, or scented products such as hairspray or lotion.
Please be advised that the cooking classes are not allergy-free zones.
Refunds will be giving only for cancellations made by Jan 16, 2017 at 5pm.
When & Where
Autism Ontario - Central West Region
Autism Ontario's Central West Region includes:
- Halton (including Burlington, Georgetown, Milton, Oakville and surrounding areas)
- Peel (including Brampton, Mississauga, Orangeville and surrounding areas)
- Waterloo (including Cambridge, Kitchener, Waterloo and surrounding areas)
- Wellington (including Guelph and surrounding areas)
1.) Do I need to print out ticket or email confirmations to attend this event?
For most of our events there is no need to print anything, unless the event specifies otherwise. When you arrive at the event, you will have to check in at the registration desk. You will be asked for your name and how many people are attending with you. That's all.
2.) Do I need to bring proof of diagnosis?
No, not needed. Again, just check in at the registration desk and enjoy the event.
3.) Is there a cost to attend this event?
Most of our events are free of charge because the cost is covered by Autism Ontario's Potential Programme, in partnership with Ontario’s Ministry of Children & Youth Services and the local Autism Ontario Chapter. If there is a cost, you will see it on the registration page when you select how many ticket you want.
4.) Do I need to be a member of Autism Ontario to register and participate?
No. While membership does provide other great opportunities, events provided through Autism Ontario’s Potential Programme are open to all families of children with ASD, under the age of 18, who reside in Ontario.
Community Event Coordinator - Central West Region
1179 King Street West, Ste 4
Toronto ON M6K 3C5