Autism Services offers services to any family having an individual with characteristics or a diagnosis of autism, or any other disorder on the Autism Spectrum, may qualify for service.
We provide services that support children starting at age 2 all the way through to adulthood. Everyone is required to go through our Agency Intake Process in order to access our services. Our services are grouped within five departments:
CHAP serves individuals with ASD in residential group homes and day programs, emphasizing person-centered approaches and community involvement. The goal is to enhance quality of life and create opportunities for enrichment, following the principles of Gentle Teaching.
Focused on recreational and therapeutic activities, Family Programs provide engaging experiences like music, art therapy, and sports. They encourage friendship building, social skills, and personal growth for autistic children and youth in a supportive environment.
Tailored for children and youth up to 19 with suspected or confirmed Autism Spectrum Disorder in the Saskatoon area, AIP offers individualized support, early interventions, and collaboration with families to enhance their quality of life.
Established to support mental wellness for those with autism and their caregivers, the MHWT offers in-person and virtual counseling, community referrals, and education. It aims to strengthen mental health care within the autism community in Saskatoon.
Targeting children 48 months or younger, this program offers 25 hours of therapy a week, based on Applied Behaviour Analysis principles. Individualized to each child, it emphasizes skill development and behavior management, promoting long-term gains in various areas of functioning.