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Foster Parents Urgently Needed! Share Your Care…Foster!

October 13, 2019

Who are Foster Parents? Single adults or couples, experienced parents, and those still learning along the way People of diverse cultural, religious, and ethnic backgrounds including same sex couples and people from the LGBTQ community Stay at home adults or people who work outside of their home People who are caring, flexible, reliable and committed

Update from the Ontario Autism Program Advisory Panel Co-Chairs

October 8, 2019

We believe all Ontarians stand with the families of children and youth on the autism spectrum and their right to receive the highest quality care and treatment. In spring 2019, the Ontario government engaged in a province-wide public consultation process and appointed a new 20-member Ontario Autism Program Advisory Panel. This Panel, which we co-chaired,

Kushindokai Karate Students Kick in $7750 for the Dufferin Children’s Fund

June 20, 2019

  On Saturday, June 8th Kushindokai Karate and Fitness held their sixth annual Kick-a-Thon charity fundraiser, raising $7,750 for Dufferin Child & Family Services (DCAFS) for the Dufferin Children’s Fund. Over the two and a half hour event 51 students and instructors performed 102,083 kicks.   “Today was a huge success. It was such a

Petals Flower Co. – Have a Heart Fundraiser for the Dufferin Children’s Fund

January 17, 2019

Petals Flower Co. has partnered with Dufferin Child and Family Services for this year’s “Have A Heart” Campaign!  As a local business Petals loves to look for ways to give back to our community that has so graciously embraced and supported their little flower farm. The “Have A Heart” Campaign was designed to do just that, give

ABA Site Location Change

August 1, 2017

We are excited to announce the opening of a new facility providing Ontario Autism Program (OAP) services – formerly known as IBI/ABA services in Orangeville, beginning August 1. This site, located at 224 Centennial Rd. (Units 8-11) in the plaza at the corner of Riddell Road and Centennial Road, will replace our existing site at