PARENTS DISCUSSION NIGHT
KIDS FUN NIGHT
DECEMBER 21, 2016 – 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
RDSP – The first plan of its kind in the world!
The Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) is a tool to help you plan for the financial well-being of your relative with a disability. Already thousands of families and individuals across the country are setting up the plan, and an estimated 500,000 Canadians will benefit form this plan over time.
A RDSP planning workshop will be your guide to understanding and taking advantage of the plan, so that you can help yourself or your relative with a disability capitalize on the numerous advantages of the RDSP, including the significant federal contributions.
Parents, grandparents and caregivers of children with ASD can come together to share, discuss and laugh. The aim of this meeting is to discuss what topics and/or activities would be of interest to parents.
Children of parents are invited to attend as we have many volunteers who will interact in various fun activities in the gym.
Snacks will be provided.
Your safety is important to us. Please make sure that each member of your family is aware of the rules, regulations, and guidelines of the venue and adheres to them. As a condition of use of the area and other facilities, all registrants assume all risk of personal injury, death or property loss resulting from any cause whatsoever including but not limited to: the risks, dangers and hazards of all other recreational activities.
Marti Lussier, Coordonnatrice des événements communautaire
226-787-0333 ou firstname.lastname@example.org
When & Where
Autism Ontario - SW Potential Programme
The Southwest region includes: Autism Ontario Windsor - Essex ( and vicinity), Chatham and Sarnia - Lambton -Middlesex -London (and vicinity ), Perth and Huron ( Goderich , Clinton, Stratford and surrounding areas ), and Bruce -Grey (Owen Sound - Kincardine and vicinity).
Marti Lussier, Community Events Coordinator
226-787-0333 or email@example.com
To speak to someone in French?
416-246-9592 ext 239 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Frequently Asked Questions
1) Do I need to print tickets or confirmations received by email to attend this event? No, you have nothing to print. Upon your arrival, you must present yourself at the registration desk . You will be asked your name and the number of people accompanying you. That's it!
2) Do I need proof of diagnosis? No, it is not necessary. Introduce yourself to the registry office and enjoy the activity .
3) Is there an entry in the cost of the activity? Almost all activities are free , because the fees are paid by the potential program , Autism Ontario , in partnership with the Department of Services for Children and Youth . If there are costs to pay, this will be indicated on the registration page when you select the number of tickets you need.
4) Do I need to be a member of Autism Ontario to register and participate? No. Being a member gives you access to other interesting possibilities, but the activities proposed under the Potential Programme are open to all families with children under 18 living with ASD in Ontario