International Autism Foundation CANADA since 1994  

Service and Support for People with Autism Spectrum Disorder 

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IAF Programs and Activities

IAF provides instructions for clients 15 years and beyond on a 12-month instructional module.

  • Socialization
  • Functional Skills Training
  • Health and Nutrition
  • Recreation
  • Physical Fitness 
  • Personal Grooming
  • Development of Hobbies and General Interests 
  • Vocational Program Skills Training
  • Parent Support Group
  • Transition to Adulthood
  • Practicum for Pre-College  Students Pursuing Degrees in Community Service Careers

International Autism Foundation CANADA has two components in its Canadian Special Education Missions instructions: Theoretical and Practicum.

Both components are in accordance with the client's age, economic, social and family circumstances and his/her areas of interests and capabilties. Various instructional methods and techniques enable clients to perform tasks which they can bring into real life situations. Easy, step-by-step directions with verbal cues, pic symbols and modelling of  tasks are important factors to set the client for success. All clients receive instructions during each monthly activities. Parent's / guardian's participation is required for this program. A waiting list in this program contains clients who were not able to  fulfill the required documents.