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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Workshop Series at MM for Moms!

January 30, 2018

Receive yoga, self-care strategies and information on child development topics each week. Enjoy a safe space for discussion and a weekly ritual for de-stressing for moms with kids 0-5 years.

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MM Therapy Centre is Hiring!

January 11, 2018

Spread the word! Do you know an outstanding Occupational Therapist? We would love to meet them…

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MM Social Groups – Register your child now!

January 11, 2018

MM clients seeking therapy services that include peer to peer opportunities can register their kids for social communication groups this month! MM’s Marie-Elise will be running each group based on […]

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Social Thinking Skills Workshop – Register Online Now!

January 11, 2018

MM’s Parenting Support Series includes parenting workshops to help you and your family use therapeutic strategies at home. This month our SLP Marie-Elise will be sharing her expertise in how […]

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MM December Blog Spot

December 13, 2017

This month’s MM Blog Spot is from our PT Amanda on the benefits of incorporating physical activity into your child’s routine. It’s fun and can include the whole family…

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Sensory-Friendly Movie Event – December 30th at the Royal Theatre!

December 5, 2017

The Royal Theatre in Trail, in conjunction with Movin’ Mountains Therapy Services, is offering FERDINAND as a Sensory- Friendly Screening on Saturday, December 30th at 11:00am. Watch the trailer!

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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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