Our Work and Mission

About us

Autism Connections is a locally based non-profit organization committed to helping individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), their family, friends, and professionals working with them in the Fredericton area. We provide access to referrals, resources, support, education, and outreach services to our members and the public.  

Our resources include a small lending library onsite that contains ASD related books and videos on topics such as Diagnosis, Early Intervention, Asperger’s Syndrome, Sensory Processing Issues, Communication, Social Skills Training and Employment Issues. Our lending library also includes toys and games as well as educational software and materials. We also can provide portals to the Canada-wide lending library called Aide Canada and the NB Public library system.

Mission Statement

Autism Connections Inc. is a registered charity dedicated to providing social supports, public education, advocacy, material resources, programs, activities, and evidenced-based information for persons with an autism spectrum disorder, their families, and their communities. Autism Connections serves the greater Fredericton region.

  • We offer on-site resources include a lending library for information, books, toys, and other educational resource materials.

  • A One-On-One Tutoring Program for Students with ASD

  • Social support is provided through special events and activities such as Parent Support Group, Drive-by-Santa and more.

  • Recreational programs such as Camp Marvel, No Limits Soccer, After-School and more.

We Are You

Autism Connections is not only our staff and board of directors, it is all the community members who support us daily by volunteering at our center and events, it is all the people who provide us with material support and kind-hearted persons helping us to reach out to more people who need our help the most.

Thanks to your involvement we are not only helping hundreds of people with autism spectrum disorders, but also significantly raising awareness of the community on ASD and educating the public on the many ways of dealing with it correctly.