MM is committed to working with community partners to offer a variety of fun and educational events, workshops and resources for our clients. Check out seasonal group opportunities like bike skills, baby sign language training, yoga classes, funding info sessions and much more.

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We Thinkers Social Group

May 3, 2018

Register your child for a social group that helps build fundamental social skills and understanding with Group Facilitator and MM, SLP, Marie-Elise Marcoux. Please note all participants must have had an assessment with MM prior to registering for this group. Please contact us for more details: […]

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Helping Kids with Anxiety & Fear – evening workshop series

April 26, 2018

MM is thrilled offer a workshop series starting Wednesday, May 16th at 7:00pm and running for 3 weeks! Learn about the issues your child may be facing and gain specific strategies to deal with their triggers, fears and anxiety. Becky, MM Clinical Counselor will provide activities you can try at home to address each fear and other resources. 

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WORKSHOP FOR TEENS: Collaborating with Confidence

March 6, 2018

Collaborating With  Confidence Sign up your child for this amazing learning opportunity! Designed for youth ages 11 -16 years, participants will learn to work with each other during fun ‘hands-on’ […]

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Free Info Session: Employment and Community Supports for Youth with Diverse-Abilities

March 1, 2018

Register for this free info session: https://form.jotform.com/MovinMountains/cdsinfosession

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Workshop: Help Your Child With Picky Eating

March 1, 2018

Register online: https://form.jotform.com/MovinMountains/pickyeating

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Workshop: Help Your Child Learn to Deal with Anxiety

February 28, 2018

Register online: https://form.jotform.com/MovinMountains/anxietyworkshop

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The Journey to Adulthood: Ten Ways to Build Independence for Your Teen on the Spectrum 

The road to adulthood is filled with transitions for every child.  For families with loved ones who also have Autism starting to develop independence skills at a young age can make a big difference in the way they will experience the learning curve to independence.

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