Autism School for Special Needs in Markham & Toronto – GTA

AIM Community Contribution in 2016

“We serve children and the community in ways that you can see and measure.”

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Subsidized IBI Hours Provided
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Subsidized Social Skills Sessions Delivered
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Volunteer Hours Delivered

Upcoming Events

  • Toonie 4 Autism

    Please join our annual Toonie 4 Autism campaign to raise autism awareness and funds for our programs during the month of April. If you are interested in joining our campaign to help raise awareness at your place of work or school, please email us at Autism is a growing challenge in Ontario with 1 in 68 children diagnosed with autism. AIM focus on providing early intervention services for children from age 2.5 -10. Our School Readiness Program, Social Skills Program and Subsidized Intensive Behaviour Intervention (IBI) Therapy Program are all subsidized programs that we provide to families living with autism regardless of their financial resources.

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  • AIM Home Grand Opening

    Autism in Mind (AIM) has officially open the doors to our very first centre and in celebration AIM will be hosting the 1st Annual AIM Charity Fun Fair on May 27th from 1pm-5pm at 475 Cochrane Drive. We want to extend an invitation to families, friends, supporters and businesses within the community to come out, learn more about AIM’s programs and services for children with autism, and take part in a day filled with fun, food, games entertainment and more!

  • AIM Charity Scotiabank Waterfront Marathon

    Join us for another year with the Scotiabank Waterfront Marathon Charity Challenge on October 22nd, 2017!


What is Autism?

Autism is not an illness. It’s a difference in the way the brain develops, and it shapes how children with autism interact and communicate. Friends, family and people in the community may not know how to respond to children with autism. Each child with autism is unique. But at heart, we are all the same. We need affection, acceptance, and space to be ourselves. The greatest thing you can do is be a friend. Be kind, and be inclusive. If our communities come together supportively, every child with autism can reach his or her full potential.

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