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Silver Linings: An Autism Musical

SAAAC Autism Centre

Friday, 2 March 2018 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EST)

Silver Linings: An Autism Musical

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Silver Linings is an ambitious musical highlighting the journey of an artist with ASD as he works towards his dream of becoming a recognized musician all the while highlighting the real challenges, difficulties, and uncertainties facing individuals with ASD and their families.

Celebrating 10 Years of Community Service

In March of 2018, the SAAAC Autism Centre will be celebrating their 10th year of operation. To mark this milestone, the centre will be hosting 3 unique events on March 2 and 3 including an inaugural conference focusing on culturally responsive autism support for newcomer and underserved communities; an ambitious musical about the journey of a young musician with ASD; and the organization's annual Radiant Night dinner and dance gala. The celebration is expected to draw 2000 attendees over two days and will help SAAAC continue its mission of transforming lives impacted by ASD.

Have questions about Silver Linings: An Autism Musical ? Contact SAAAC Autism Centre

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    Chinese Cultural Centre Of Greater Toronto
    5183 Sheppard Avenue East
    Toronto, ON M1B 5Z5
    Canada

    Friday, 2 March 2018 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EST)


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    SAAAC Autism Centre

    The SAAAC Autism Centre is a registered charity serves children, youth, and adults on the autism spectrum, as well as the family as a whole. As our organization has expanded over the past 10 years, our mission has been refined to serve culturally and linguistically diverse families who experience challenges accessing autism support due to language barriers, financial problems, cultural stigma, and lack of support networks. Currently, our centre serves 250 families, operates a wide variety of programs and services and has a volunteer base of 160 highly engaged volunteers.

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