Free Web Stream Series

ACT has developed a free Spring series of presentations by speakers who will inspire and inform. These free live web streamed events provide information for families and caregivers.

June 3: Improving Family Mealtimes, One Bite at A Time

June 4: Autism and Sexual Health: Access, Education, and Intervention

Social Thinking Training

ACT has negotiated a special rate with our generous partners at Social Thinking® for Canadians to purchase access to their recorded training programs in Canadian dollars. Registrants will have access between April 15th and June 15th, 2021.

With the Social Thinking Methodology, you gain evidence-based strategies to help people age 4 through adulthood:

  • Self-regulation
  • Social-emotional learning
  • Executive functioning
  • Social problem solving

COVID-19 Resources

ACT is gathering information to support families during the COVID-19 crisis, including resources specific to those who are neuro-diverse and useful general resources. Our COVID-19 Resources page will be updated as new resources come in.

B.C. Resources

Looking for autism & special needs resources specific to British Columbia? Visit the new B.C. Resources page to find community agencies, recreational activities, service providers, support groups, education & employment, community events, the autism manual, new diagnosis hub, transition to adulthood, and much more!

Guides to Videos & Resources

Download the ACT Videos & Resources Guide for the latest updates on ACT’s videos, events, and resources. We have specialized guides for:

Special Needs Resources Guide for Schools Guide to Mental Health Resources

ACT Videos & Resources Guide for Parents and Professionals

Find Autism Information

Find practical autism resources in the Autism Information Database (AID). We've made it even easier to find resources and tools for parents and professionals with a new subject listing. Free and relevant world-wide.


You can also find 自閉症社區訓練協會 (ACT in Chinese), ACT in Punjabi, Online Mental Health & Autism Project: Looking Beyond Autism, and Autism Research.