Autism 30

Activities

Mayday Club Youth Choir For Neurodiversity

January 1, 2018

Who is Ms. Nicole Provost? The history of The Mayday Club Youth Choir for Neurodiversity. The philosophy and goal of the choir. Performances and how to book them. Benefits of being part of and watching the group. Why “boring” is a great term. What she’s learned about herself directing and what it’s meant to her. Why she is so inspiring and a gift to our community. How to start your own choir. How to join the choir. The maximum and minimum ages of participants. Who is welcome to assist, volunteer, and others (photographers, film students, etc.). Success Stories. Future goals and ambitions. Autism in her own words. How to buy their Music.

Phone: 604-807-1018
Website: www.maydayclub.ca
Email: [email protected]
Facebook: www.facebook.com/maydayclubyouthchoir
Instagram: www.instagram.com/mayday_club_youth_choir

Challenger Baseball with Fred Bonn

Jun 1, 2017

Who is Head Coach Fred Bonn and his wonderful family? Why he became involved with Challenger Baseball. The history. Various locations. Who can join. What happens at practices and what is being taught. Time of year it takes place. Volunteers and qualifications. Fun being a team and community. Parents responsibility. Cost. Uniforms. Success stories. Annual Provincial Jamboree Celebrations in detail. What he loves about coaching. Creating your own team. Autism in his own words.

Website: bcchallengerbaseball.com
Fred Bonn email: [email protected]

inGIRLSCLUB with Vicky Ryan

May 15, 2017

Who is Vicky Ryan? Her journey through autism. How and why she started inGIRLSCLUB. Importance and purpose of having this group. Success right at the beginning. The history. The book: “What every autistic girl wishes her parents knew”. The guiding principles. Inclusivity. Cost/Free. Her vision for the club. How the group can support parents. Locations. How to join. Volunteers. “Big sister/ Little sister”. Parents at the group. Time and date. Misconceptions clarified. What she loves about her work. Autism in her own words.

inGIRLSCLUB
3688 Cessna Drive, Richmond, British Columbia,
Canada, V7C 1C7

Website: www.ingirlsclub.com
Email: [email protected]
Twitter: @ingirlsclub | twitter.com/ingirlsclub

Sirota’s Alchymy with Master Michael Sirota

June 15, 2016

Who is Master Michael Sirota? The history of Sirota’s Alchymy and Martial Arts & Life Skills Centre. The philosophy. Why it’s important for people with challenges. The merit badge and belt system explained. Motivational visual aids. Inclusive martial arts education for everyone! The benefits of participating. Programs offered. How to register. Minimum and Maximum ages. Costs. Skills and training. The impact of the training. The future goals. Qualifications needed for educators. Online certifications courses. His greatest accomplishments. Strengths and benefits of the program. Autism in his own words.

Richmond (Sirota’s Alchymy Martial Arts & Life Skills Centre)
#1 - 3740 Chatham St., Richmond, British Columbia Canada, V7E 2Z3
Phone: (604) 244-8842

Vancouver (Sirota’s Alchymy Martial Arts & Life Skills Centre)
6647 Victoria Drive, Vancouver, British Columbia Canada, V5P 3Y2
Phone: (604) 569-3395

Facebook: www.facebook.com/sirotasalchymy
Twitter: @sirotasalchymy
International Para-Taekwondo Instructor Course: www.parataekwondo.com

Zajac Ranch For Children with Ms. Tiffany MacInnis

April 15, 2016

Who is Ms. Tiffany MacInnis? The history of Zajac Ranch For Children. The camp philosophy. Celebrating personal achievements. Programs offered and leadership development possibilities. Camp and medical facilities, medical staff and accessibility. Staff qualifications. Who can go? Camp ratio and safety. When to apply and registration details. Cost and funding. Benefits of participating and how to become involved as a staff or volunteer. What she finds rewarding about her job, the open house, and autism in her own words.

Zajac Ranch For Children
Ranch location: 15600 Florence Lake Road, Mission, British Columbia, Canada, V4S 1C4
Phone: (604) 462-8305
After hours emergency: (604) 462-8303

Head Office and Mailing Address
c/o The Mel Jr. & Marty Zajac Foundation 300 - 2006 West 10th Avenue, Vanocuver, British Columbia, Canada, V6J 2B3
Phone: (604) 739-0444

Website: zajacranch.com/
Email: [email protected]

Blazin' Soccer Dogs

Jan 15, 2016

The history of Blazin' Soccer Dogs. The determination and drive of a loving mother. The goodwill of Canadians. How it was named. Who are the players? The philosophy of the teams. The coaches and volunteer qualifications. What help is available to players. The soccer season. Locations. The cherished attire for both teams. The amazing atmosphere at the games. The benefits. The future goals. Advice to get your own program started. What Abbe finds rewarding about her role, and autism in her own words.

Website: http://soccerdogs.ca/
Email: [email protected]

Canucks Autism Network

Dec 15, 2015

The history of how and why Mr. and Mrs. Aquilini created The Canucks Autism Network. The many programs offered and geographical locations served. Future plans for the organization. How to apply for; membership, volunteer work, and employment. The benefits of joining. Ms. Lindsay Petrie’s success stories, what she loves about her work, and autism in her own words.

Canucks Autism Network
Address: 101-2020 Yukon Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, V5Y 3N8
Phone: 604-685-4049
Website: www.canucksautism.ca
Email: [email protected]

Special Olympics

September 1, 2015

Eunice Kennedy Shriver. What is Special Olympics? What programs do they offer? What are the benefits of joining? Who can apply? How to apply. The difference between Special Olympics, The Olympics and Paralympics. September 19th!

Special Olympics (British Columbia)
Address: 3701 Hastings Street, Unit 210, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada, V5C 2H6
Phone: 604-737-3078
Toll free: 1-888-854-2276
Website: www.specialolympics.bc.ca
Email: [email protected]