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10% of all net proceeds are donated to charities that support people affected by autism.
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The Centre for Autism Services of Alberta.
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The Centre for Autism Services Alberta is on a mission to provide comprehensive and innovative supports and services to those affected by autism spectrum disorder. They have a vision to help individuals with ASD lead meaningful, engaged lives.
The Centre thrives on new ideas, on research, on imagination and on public and philanthropic funding. They invite passionate experts to launch new programs, parents and community partners to suggest ideas that might interest their children. Maybe it’s a new technique or therapy. Maybe it’s art, cooking, skating or music or Tae Kwon Do. They invent a way to try it, with staff and volunteers.
When a program succeeds, they move it into homes and schools and arts centres, into community kitchens, into the YMCA, into municipal programs, and into clubs. They are a service provider and an educational organization. They train others to do what they do: to understand what makes children with autism unique, to include them, and to integrate them into the community.
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Autism is a complicated diagnosis that only a specialist can give. If you’re concerned about your child, here are some of the less obvious signs that you may want to investigate further.