Our Approach

Meeting the complex learning needs
of kids with autism

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Our Programs

Fostering our kids’ learning
during the COVID-19 pandemic

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Meet our Students

Student profiles, testimonials from families
and success stories

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News, Notes & Events

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Giant Steps is following the guidelines of the Ministry of Education, and while our physical doors are closed, our team is supporting kids with autism in new ways.Our teachers and therapists are addressing each child’s academic and therapy needs through a mix of strategies including Google Classroom, learning circles, sharing of apps and other online resources, and individual virtual or phone meetings with kids and families.Specialized equipment and technology have been transferred home as needed. Learning activities consist of math and literacy lessons, sensory diets and fine and gross motor, communication and behavioural strategies.Here’s just one sample of a learning tool, the Giant Steps Bitmoji Classroom - open the pdf and click on the objects to see more!
https://www.giantstepstoronto.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Bitmoji-Classroom-2.pdf#Autism #AutismSpectrumDisorder #ASD #kidsathome

Giant Steps is following the guidelines of the Ministry of Education, and while our physical doors are closed, our team is supporting kids with autism in new ways.

Our teachers and therapists are addressing each child’s academic and therapy needs through a mix of strategies including Google Classroom, learning circles, sharing of apps and other online resources, and individual virtual or phone meetings with kids and families.

Specialized equipment and technology have been transferred home as needed. Learning activities consist of math and literacy lessons, sensory diets and fine and gross motor, communication and behavioural strategies.

Here’s just one sample of a learning tool, the Giant Steps Bitmoji Classroom - open the pdf and click on the objects to see more!
www.giantstepstoronto.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Bitmoji-Classroom-2.pdf

#Autism #AutismSpectrumDisorder #ASD #kidsathome
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Our Kids’ Favourite Places

Autism Speaks
Calming Centre
The Bridle Bash Foundation
Resource Centre
KRG Children’s Charitable Foundation
Climbing Centre
The Shayam Kaushal Charitable Foundation
Life Skills Room
Unity for Autism
Snoezelen Room

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THANK YOU for taking a few moments to connect with us by catching up on our news ….

. How we enable kids with autism
. Hear from a graduating family
. Read about our amazing Program Assistants
. Catch up on our busy year, and
. Check out our awesome donors!

Giant Steps in the Spotlight

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Our success highlighted at the
Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon
Global News
Giant Steps featured on “Making a Difference”
CBC News
Giant Steps’ student shines on The National

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