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Project Autism

Made for the community by the community.

You have the power to make a difference

From the moment Project Autism was established in 2012, our unwavering focus has been on fostering inclusivity for the youth and young adults we serve, irrespective of any labels they may have. Our primary objective has been to inspire families, friends, and supporters to actively engage in raising public awareness through education, advocacy, and support.

At Project Autism, we firmly believe in the power of community helping community. We encourage each and every individual to embrace their unique talents and abilities, as they have the potential to inspire those around them and make a lasting impact. 

So, we urge you to step forward with confidence, knowing that your voice and actions have the power to ignite change. Dream big, pursue your goals, and let your journey serve as an inspiration to others. Together, we can create a future that embraces diversity, inclusivity, and compassion.

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We take great pride in the impact our programs at Project Autism have had for the past 12 years. Our commitment to inclusivity and support has enabled us to provide over 3,200 free programs and initiatives that have made a significant difference in the lives of our community members. 

Through our offerings such as virtual classes, guest speakers, and social opportunities, we have sought to empower individuals with disabilities to reach their full potential. 

Our programs have served as a catalyst for personal growth, skill development, and social engagement. Whether it's acquiring new knowledge, honing existing talents, or building meaningful connections, we strive to create a nurturing environment where individuals can thrive.

After years of dedicated service, Project Autism now proudly supports the self-governed grassroots initiatives of the Super Ability Crew and Halton Youth Disability Advisory Council.

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Join the Super Ability Crew & the Halton Youth Disability Advisory Council


We enthusiastically invite you to become part of the Super Ability Crew, a grassroots youth movement that comprises individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. This inspiring community is dedicated to promoting inclusivity, empowering individuals, and advocating for the rights and well-being of people of all abilities.


By joining the Super Ability Crew, you will have the opportunity to make a positive impact in your community and contribute to the greater cause of creating a more inclusive society.

You can also consider joining the Halton Youth Disability Advisory Council, a diverse group of young individuals representing various abilities. This council is committed to advocacy and works tirelessly to address the needs and concerns of individuals with disabilities in the Halton region.


By becoming a member, you will actively contribute to shaping policies, raising awareness, and making a difference in your community.

Our volunteers are all heart


Our success at Project Autism can be attributed to the unwavering dedication of our caring volunteers. These incredible individuals have generously donated over 45,000 hours of their time, collectively working towards our shared mission of creating opportunities and inspiring our communities.

Each volunteer brings their unique skills, talents, and experiences to our organization, creating a diverse and dynamic team.

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My daughter has learned so many new skills/interests and has acquired lasting friendships along the way! We are proud supporters of this wonderful program and feel blessed to be part of such a caring, dedicated community!

These opportunities provided a sense of community and belonging in this challenging time. Being able to connect with others during these trying times is a blessing. With the variety of classes and topics that are covered, it helps stimulate their minds and bodies.

Project Autism made a big difference for our son, I see him comfortable, engaging and calm during the program, it also gives him self-respect and belonging that we couldn't see in some regular day programs.

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