Autism Youth for Community Engagement & Socialization (AYCES)

AYCES provides programming for youth with high functioning autism. The program encourages and helps youth develop peer relationships and other life skills.

Type:

After School, Developmental Disability, Respite

Age:

12 – 18 years

Fees:

Minimal program fees vary

Referral:

No referral required

Eligibility:

Must have high-functioning autism diagnosis
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Languages offered:

English

Location:

184 Galloway Road, Toronto

Hours:

Tuesday – Friday, 3 – 6 PM

Get started

Call 416-724-7444 to set up an intake appointment

Program focus: Autism, Developmental Disability, Skill Development, Socializing

AYCES provides programming for youth between the ages of 12 to 18 years of age with a diagnosis of High Functioning Autism (formerly called Asperger’s Syndrome).

The goal of the AYCES program is to encourage and help youth/young adults develop social and life skills, increase self-esteem, develop peer relationships, and create volunteer opportunities.

AYCES includes the following services:
• After-school program
• Summer camp
• March break
• Alumni Group
• Saturday outings

How to Enroll

  1. Call the program at 416-724-7444
  2. Set up an intake appointment to discuss the program, its cost structure, suitability and interest
  3. Complete required paperwork *support to complete can be provided

Registration Open for AYCES Summer Program 2023

Get started

Call 416-724-7444 to set up an intake appointment

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