Thanks to the ongoing generosity of our community, we provide support, play groups, resources and training opportunities to help families and children living with autism. The number of kids being diagnosed under the Autism Spectrum Disorder, a neurological condition that affects the way the brain functions, continues to increase. Thankfully, we have such a caring community to help us help these kids. To find out how you can help, please contact Gail Carter, the director of Mikey's Place, at 705-526-2005 or email email@example.com.
$150 per player. 18 holes of golf, cart, BBQ lunch, delicious dinner, prizes, amazing silent auction!
Not only is our annual golf tournament a lot of fun, but it is our major source of funding.
Players (you can enter as a four-person team, or as a twosome, threesome or individual and we will round out the foursome), sponsors, and donors of prizes and silent auction items are always welcome!
Contact us today to register as a player, a foursome, sponsor and/or donor! Email Teresa Grattan at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 705-527-4420 ext. 3406.
HELP SPREAD THE WORD on Twitter! Cut, paste and tweet this: Register now for Mikey's Tournament for Autism @midlandgolfcc on June 4. Visit www.mikeysplaceforautism.com.
Do you have a child/youth living in and/or attending school or other services in Midland?
Have you heard of the Midland Police Services Autism Registry?
Information sessions are being held April 8 and April 29, 2014.
Contact Angela Paylor at 705-527-7022 ext. 332 or email@example.com for more information.
FREE training workshops covering a variety of topics designed specifically for Respite Workers, parents, family and friends and agency staff.
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Show your support with bracelets, magnets and hand-out cards!
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for how to purchase these items.
This annual bursary is designed to assist these graduates as they pursue post-secondary education to become Developmental Services Workers, much-needed healthcare providers trained to help children with autism reach their full potential.
Contact your school's guidance department to find out how to apply!
Jessica Ball, Midland Secondary School
Felicia Robitaille, St. Theresa's High School
Holly Keating, Penetanguishene Secondary School
Suzanne Kennedy, Ecole Secondaire Le Caron
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