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Welcome to Youth and Adult Services

Welcome to Adult ServicesGeneva Centre for Autism offers a wide range of transitional support services which are individualized and goal driven to youth and adults with an Autism Spectrum Disorder All of our services for youth and adults are guided by an empowerment-oriented approach whereby the unique strengths, abilities, interests and goals of each individual are respected and emphasized.

Our Services

Steps For Success: This program is designed to help youth and adults on the spectrum to develop skills for life with which to engage more fully in meaningful activity and interactions in their communities, in vocational preparation or in preparation for post secondary education. Opportunities for learning, inclusion and socialization will be provided both internally and externally to GCA’s environment with the support of community partners.

Bridging Abilities: This transitional support program provides goal oriented supports to adults with an ASD. In addition, the program offers one-to-one support in the community in order to enable adults with an ASD to participate in those specific activities that reflect their unique interests and/or individualized learning objectives.

Adult Evening Groups: These member-driven groups allow adults with ASD to socialize with peers, access social support and engage in leisure activities.

Movie Night: 8 times each year, the Centre hosts a private showing of a recent feature film for individuals with Asperger Syndrome and their families and friends.

Respite: Temporary relief for parents and guardians from the physical and emotional demands involved in caring for a family member with an Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Fee-based Services: Alternative options to access appropriate and individualized clinical intervention and support on a fee-for-service basis.

Financial Assistance: Support provided to explore and access various sources of funding.

Person-Directed Planning: Person-directed planning helps a person with a developmental disability to find the tools and funding they need to live their dreams and meet their goals.  Person Directed Planning is a service that is offered through Developmental Services Ontario

Pathways of Extended Learning: Vocational training program for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder


Developmental Services Toronto

Developmental Services Toronto

To find out other services for youth and adults in Toronto,
please visit Developmental Services Ontario Toronto website.

  • Thank You

    Thank you to the following Organizations and Foundations that have helped fund our Adult Services and new Pathways.

    Autism SpeaksbmoequigenesisThe Trillium FoundationUnity