OAARSN Document Centre


 

To preserve their orginal formatting, OAARSN documents are stored in Portable Document Format (PDF). To view PDF documents on your computer you require Adobe Acrobat Reader - a product distributed free from Adobe. If you do not have Acrobat Reader installed on your PC you may download it here.

 

The OAARSN Document Centre is organized into six sections:

Section 1: Organizations (Newsletters are located in this section).

Section 2: Needs surveys and service plans.

Section 3: Documents of individual and family experiences of autism.

Section 4: Helpful Approaches and Methods.

Section 5: Perspectives on Abilities and Inclusion.

Section 6: Perspectives on Autism.

 
 

 


 

Section 1: Organizations (Newsletters are located in this section).

Adult Autism Issues in Waterloo-Wellington (AAIWW) - Newsletters



Waterloo-Wellington Autism Services (WWAS) - Newsletters



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Section 2: Needs surveys and service plans.

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Section 3: Documents of individual and family experiences of autism.

 


  • THE CHALLENGES OF AUTISM: a mother’s perspective on 30 years’ living with autism,
    published in ANN: The Bulletin of A New Network Within The Presbyterian Church in Canada,
    Vol. 3, No. 3, November 1999.

 

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Section 4: Helpful Approaches and Methods

 


 

 

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Section 5: Perspectives on Abilities and Inclusion

 

 


 

 

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Section 6: Perspectives on Autism

 

 

  • Autism and Jazz
    A paper presented by John Clifton at the Guelph Jazz Festival Colloquium in September 2001

 

 

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