Resource Library

Learn about the programs and services available to support children with autism and their families. Use this list to get information about government programs, learning resources and different funding and service options.

Most entertainment venues have accessibility policies that allow for free or discounted entrance of a support person.

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This is an income-based program but does provide access to other medical programs for those who don't qualify.

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Search for and verify the credentials of a BCBA/BCaBA, access supervision resources, review Ethical Codes, and find out how to become a BCBA, BCaBC, or RBT

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A resource for students who learn best with visual prompts and cues. This includes those with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Down Syndrome, speech and language disorders, and behavioural disorders. This resource can be used to make supports such as visual schedules, visual prompts, and PECS.

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Create a CRA account to easily monitor your application, see your payouts and view your renewal year.

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The Incontinence Supplies Grant is an annual grant, made in two payments, provided to families to offset some of the costs for diapers and certain supplies for incontinence.

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Families can apply for funding of temporary direct support workers.

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Jordan's Principle responds to unmet needs of First Nations children no matter where they live in Canada.

Different levels of government fund different services for First Nations children. As a result, it can be hard to figure out how to access necessary products, services and supports.

Under Jordan's Principle, they can:

  • inform families about the help available for their child and how to access it

  • coordinate access to products, services and supports

  • provide funding when it's needed to make sure products, services and supports are accessed without delay
     

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Learn about the Ontario Autism Program and support for children with autism. Find out how to register for the program and get information about the waitlist and different funding and service options.
 

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