Autism Resource Kits
Are you looking for free individualized resources and materials to support your child’s growth and development? Request a resource kit today!
Following a brief consultation with one of our clinicians, Kinark will create an individualized resource kit with materials and activities tailored to meet your child’s needs. Kits are available for curbside pick-up or contactless delivery.
Some examples include:
- Visual Schedules
- Token Economy Systems
- Communication materials
- Visual and matching materials
- Academic activities and materials
- Social scripts
To request a Resource Kit, please complete our service intake form by clicking the button below.
DIY Resources at the Library
Create visual resources for your child with Kinark while they enjoy a story time and free play with Richmond Hill Public Library!
This one-hour session for caregivers of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) provides parents with the opportunity to create resources for their child, such as visual schedules and first-then boards, with the support of a Kinark ASD Consultant. While caregivers are busy printing, laminating, and Velcro-ing, children and siblings will participate in a story time and free play session run by Richmond Hill Public Library.
This program offers:
- Consultation with an ASD Consultant to support you in creating individualized resources for your child
- Access to free materials to create resources such as token boards, social narratives, and choice boards
- A quiet room for your child to play and explore while you connect with other caregivers in your community
Date and Time: This drop-in program will run in-person on Monday, October 24, 2022 from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm at Richmond Hill Public Library. If childcare is required, a 30-minute story time will begin promptly at 11:30am followed by 30 minutes of free play.
Location: Richmond Hill Public Library located at 1 Atkinson Street, Richmond Hill, ON, L4C 0H5 (closest intersection is Yonge Street and Major Mackenzie Drive). Upon arrival, please visit rooms A and B on the second floor of the library to sign in.
Cost: This program is a Foundational Family Service offered for free through the Ontario Autism Program. Spaces are limited to 10 families to ensure individualized consultations can be provided to each caregiver creating resources.
To register for this service, please complete the online interest form by clicking the button below.