New Brand Identity and Website for the Woodview Learning Centre

We’re thrilled to unveil the new brand identity and website for the Woodview Learning Centre, an alternative school placement program for students from 4 to 17 years of age with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

New Website for Woodview Learning Centre

The new website was designed for parents that are looking for an alternative school placement for their child with ASD. “We wanted to
create a stress-free space where parents that are searching for an ASD-specific school would easily find the information that they are
looking for in a clear and transparent way,” said Lindsey Court, Principal and Program Manager. “For the past 15 years we have strived to
provide ‘just right’ supports for each student, and now our new website highlights the work that we do.” Parents, medical professionals,
and service providers are invited to explore the site, to learn more about our program, and to follow our new blog. It was important for us
to create an AODA compliant website, and we welcome feedback on the site’s accessibility: woodviewlearningcentre.ca

New Autism School Logo Designed by School Parent


We wanted a logo that would be specific to the school and emphasize the educational aspect of the Woodview Learning Centre, while
maintaining its connection to the main agency, Woodview Mental Health and Autism Services. We approached Karen Jorritsma of Bolster
Design – a former school parent – who designed the beautiful new logo, and describes it as “an open book with pages that are in
movement representing momentum in learning. The orange figure in the middle represents a student whose ‘arms’ reach up in a happy,
positive direction, showing joy and enthusiasm. The ‘body’ is an abstract heart shape, representing the care received at the school.”

 

To read the full media release, click here.

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Annual General Meeting 2018

You’re invited to our Annual General Meeting on Wednesday, October 3, 2018!

Join us to learn about our new programs! We’ll have pop-up presentations to showcase how we’re serving the community.

4:00 p.m. Doors Open, Light Refreshments
5:00 p.m. Presentation Begins

 

Please note that due to catering requirements, we request that you RSVP by Wednesday, September 26th, 2018 by contacting Christa Peardon at cpeardon@woodview.ca

 

See flyer below for details!

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Your Guide Brant: Autumn 2018

Your Guide is a Community Resource Booklet filled with free courses, workshops, events, and group services for families, children, and youth.

Click here to access the September – December issue of Your Guide BRANT

Click here to access the September – December issue of Your Guide Haldimand & Norfolk

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Autism Ontario Requests Your Feedback

For the past several years, Autism Ontario has been engaged in consultations to assess the structure and needs of its growing organization. As part of this process, Autism Ontario is piloting a restructure covering Peel, Halton, Waterloo, Wellington, Hamilton, and surrounding areas and are very interested in learning more about the needs of this area and how Autism Ontario can better support the region.

Autism Ontario is looking for feedback from parents, volunteers, and autistic people in these regions through the survey link below:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CentralWestPilot

For any questions related to the survey, please contact Autism Ontario at brittany@autismontario.com.

Brittany Sherwood | Chapter Support & Volunteer Coordinator

Autism Ontario

1179 King St. W., Suite 004 | Toronto, ON |M6K 3C5

416-246-9592 ext. 245

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Woodview Mental Health and Autism Services
69 Flatt Road
Burlington, ON L7P 0T3

Halton: (905) 689-4727
Hamilton: (905) 689-4727
Brant: (519) 752-5308
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