Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Asperger Manitoba Inc.
A not-for-profit corporation that offers education and support for those affected by Asperger’s Syndrome. Peer and caregiver support groups are offered regularly through AMI, and awareness-building workshops and presentations are available.
- Autism Canada
A hub for parents, educators, and clinicians that includes general information about ASD, ways to navigate services and supports, information about conferences that are offered throughout Canada, and current research findings.
- Autism Society Manitoba
A volunteer organization that offers various services and programs for families, such as: Awareness events, parent support groups, educational and in-service presentations, peer and sibling programs, social skills programs, and access to ASD resources.
- Autism Speaks
Several resources are available for families on this website, along with plenty of useful links for practitioners under the 'Research' tab --> 'Professional Development Resources.'
- Autism Spectrum Disorders Manitoba
A comprehensive resource database that provides information on the many ASD organizations that are currently running in Manitoba. Here you will find the organizations contact information, programs and services offered, and how you can get involved.
- Children’s disABILITY Services Manitoba
This program, provided through Manitoba Families, supports families who are raising a child under 18 (or children) with developmental and physical disabilities, to meet some of the additional needs they may have.
- Geneva Centre for Autism
This website features an extensive resource library including recommendations for relevant books and videos, visual aids, website links, teacher tips, regulation strategies, research summaries, and more.
- Manitoba Education’s Handbook for Supporting Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder
This handbook is intended to be a planning and programming resource for school teams who support students with ASD. 'Appendix C' of this document includes behavioural support resources and strategies for managing various behaviours in the classroom.
- Social Thinking
This is a clinician-created website with many resources that are suited for fostering social skills in individuals from age four and above. A library of free articles, strategies, and activities are also accessible to the public.
- Social Thinking
PD, webinars, and resources to facilitate social thinking and social skill development, including self-regulation.
- St. Amant
A Manitoba organization offering a wide range of programs and services to support individuals and their families. The Learning Centre section of this website includes various resources, powerpoint presentations, workbooks, articles, and workshops.