FORT McMurray Families- we have set-up a free membership level for you should you require respite, recreation, friendship and/or community during these difficult times. Once you have a membership, you will be able to view our event calendar and can call either Dean Svoboda- 403-875-0524 or Raewyn Reid- 403-479-4309 for Support
What we do
AAFS provides respite care in a social and recreational environment for children, youth and adults on the spectrum of Autism; this includes, but is not limited to, Autism, Aspergers, Pervasive Developmental Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Non-Verbal Learning Disorder.
AAFS is both dreamt-up and made reality by the youth themselves. We envision and facilitate the implementation of programming where our youth can choose their own adventures and have a hand in every intricate detail of each activity regardless of how difficult it is to conceptualize or organize. We work with our youth, for them.
Our Mission is Friendship
And it was written entirely by two AAFS Members:
Friendship means someone who you can trust and/or someone who heals you. You cannot simply ask to be friends, or if the other person is your friend, it is much more advanced than a yes or no answer, and friendship builds up over time.
Friendship is "People getting to know other people and being interested in one another. Liking them for who they are, and not judging them. Not judging the book by its cover."
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