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Not sure what program is right for you or your child? Fill out our inquiry form or contact intake@tipes.ca.

Groups & Workshops

Groups and workshops are offered throughout the year. Please refer to our calendar or social media for upcoming dates. Please contact marnie@tipes.ca for availability.

 

Children’s Friendship Training 

This 10-week, evidence-based program motivates children age 9–12 who are interested in making and keeping friends. Children will participate in a small group setting, both in-person and on Zoom. Caregiver involvement is required.

Stress Management and Emotional Regulation

This 6-week virtual program teaches children 9-12 years of age skills and tools for managing anxiety and stress in a fun and supportive environment. The program is open to children with autism and ADHD and is run by a registered MSW.

 

2SLGBTQIA+ Teen Group

Join us for a hybrid teen group held in-person and on Zoom! This eight-week group is for teens aged 13-17 who want to hang out and discuss neurodiversity, autism, and ADHD amongst 2SLGBTQIA+ individuals.

Teen Group

Join us for a hybrid summer teen group held in-person and on Zoom! This eight-week group is for teens aged 13-16 who want to hang out, make friends, and connect with other teens! Join us for community outings, movies, games, and more!

Job Training for Teens

The job training program is available for youth age 13-15 and consists of four 1–2 hour sessions. Participants learn how to identify their interests and skill sets, how to search for a job, how to write a resume and cover letter, and how to prepare for an interview. Participants also gain valuable skills in problem solving and learn tools related to social skills and emotional regulation within the workplace.

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Mindful Parenting Course

This mindfulness series was created in partnership with Be Brave, Be Kind and is aimed at caregivers who want to learn mindfulness-based parenting strategies. Over the course of a month, caregivers learn about the brain and its role in anxiety response, tools for self-regulation, and strategies for working collaboratively with children and teens. For more information, please visit Be Brave, Be Kind

Launch into Life!

This is a day-and-a-half-long workshop created by the Sinneave Centre for Autism. The goal of the workshop is to provide caregivers with a framework for dealing with major transitions in their teen and adult child’s life. For more information, please visit The Sinneave Family Foundation.

  

Advocacy Group  

This six-week program is geared to teens 13-16 who wish to learn self-advocacy skills. Topics include setting goals, asking for help, communication style, when to ask for help, and who to ask when they need help.  

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