Programs at Autism Services Incorporated

Bruce Awad Summer Program

A summer program in July and August for children and youth ages 6 to 21 years with a diagnosis of Autism or Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). We operate Monday to Friday in the months of July and August. The program is highly structured with a consistent daily routine. Emphasis is placed on communication, socialization, behaviour management, daily living skills, and community activities. A one-to-one or two-to-one client to support worker ratio is maintained for a safe and happy environment. More detailed information on the Summer Program is available here.

Resource Lending Library

Our Library was established in October 2004 with approximately 100 resources. Today we house over 900 autism related items available for lending. In addition to books we also have DVDs, Books on CD, education toys, games and software available to borrow for a three week loan period. Library users are welcome to stay and use the specialized computer software such as Boardmaker to create choice boards and picture communication schedules. We also have available a computer with internet access and a laminator (for a min. charge). There are no borrowing fees or memberships required. Teachers can access library material through the inter school courier system. Learn more here.

Thames Valley Children Centre has also provided a number of their School Support Program Resources including the Student Awareness Kit, the Visual Strategies Kit, P.E.E.R. Pals Mediated Program Kit, the Transition Planning Kit, the Reinforcement Kit, Camps on Track Peer-Mediated Social Skills Program and more. Teachers are encouraged to borrow these materials for classroom use. If you would like more information please email or call 519-966-7283.

Community Partnerships

ASI works with other local agencies to assist families find the information and support they need.

The Autism Registry is a partnership between the Windsor Police Services and ASI. The Registry promotes communication and gives police quick access to critical information about a registered person with ASD in a police emergency. The Autism Registry is for individuals of all ages that reside in the City of Windsor and have ASD. For more information and to access the Online Autism Registry visit

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Workshops & Seminars

The All About Autism Workshop Series has been discontinued at the current time.

On occasion, ASI will partner with other community agencies in order to offer informational seminars and webinars on topics related to autism. For a schedule of ASI partnered workshops along with other agency sponsored workshops and seminars please click here.

Dates & Notes

Library and Office Hours:

Click here for hours and location.

2018 Bruce Awad Summer Program

The application process for the 2018 program is now closed. If you would like to receive a 2019 registration package please contact the ASI office at 519-966-7283. You can also download and fill out the new student form and return by email or in person to Autism Services Inc., 3600 Curry Ave. Windsor, ON N9E 2T6. (Please note: When filling out the new student form online, you may need to first save it to your computer and then fill it in using Acrobat Reader. Once completed save the form again and attached it to your email.) Download PDF of Summer Program Criteria here.

Brochures and Information

For your convenience you can download the PDF and print the following brochures and information packages.

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