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Brantford Autism Services

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Respite Workers in Brantford!

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Woodview goes above and beyond to engage individuals and families by providing high quality mental health and autism services and supports that inspires hope and strengthens lives.



An inclusive community where everyone has a voice and feels valued.


Accountability, Respecting Others, Working Together, Leading, Innovation and Learning, Commitment to Staff.


Who We Are

Woodview Mental Health and Autism Services has been strengthening lives and inspiring hope since 1960.  We go above and beyond to support children, youth, and adults facing mental health challenges and/or living with autism and hold them and their families at the centre of all we do.  We treat everyone with dignity and respect and we embrace diversity.  This is reflected in how everyone feels welcomed and listened to at Woodview.  We work hard to remove barriers so that everyone can engage in services and we encourage, support and invest in community partnerships to enhance our services.  We respond to community needs by providing high quality mental health and autism services that build on strengths and focus on skill-building, coping strategies, relationships, independence, and resilience.

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Your Guide: January to June 2022

December 2, 2021    Your Guide: January to June 2022 Your Guide is a Community Resource Booklet filled with free courses, workshops, events, and group services for families, children, and youth. Click below to view and/or download the guide for your community.

Truth and Reconciliation Day

Marking the first National Truth and Reconciliation Day September 30th, 2021 On September 30th, Canada marked the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and Orange Shirt Day, a day to recognize, acknowledge and raise awareness about the residential school system in Canada and the resulting impact on children, youth, families, and communities.  Woodview staff wore [...]

Virtual L.I.F.E.

Program Profile: Virtual L.I.F.E. September 14th, 2021 By Cara Fullerton, Autism Counsellor Like many other programs affected by the pandemic, our L.I.F.E. Program was forced to close without much notice. The virtual version of the L.I.F.E. program began from humble beginnings, starting with the goal of creating a temporary means of keeping individuals connected and [...]

What We Were Up To This Summer

Summer Postcards from Programs! September 7th, 2021 The Manor Program in Hamilton Sandy Cino, Autism Counsellor, says "on September 1st we celebrated whatever summer we had left with Piña Coladas (virgin-style), some Zumba and a little bit of Limbo dancing!  It was a great evening! We might make Caribbean Night an annual tradition.  The guys [...]