with autism spectrum disorders
and developmental disabilities lead fulfilling lives.
Finance recreation and leisure activities, through which people have fun, have the opportunity to meet new friends, and develop new skills and competencies. Provide hope and fund direct support to families.
Bring the people who are touched by ASDs and developmental disabilities together to advocate for better care and better services.
See Things My Way, watch the video of the Miriam Foundation Capital Campaign
World Autism Awareness Day: Facts about the disorder
Entrevue avec la directrice du Centre Gold et docteure en psychologie clinique, Nathalie Garcin
Autisme : l'ICI, une méthode d'intervention éprouvée que l'on remet pourtant en question
Our Heroes has been revealed!
Face au taux croissant d’autisme, les ressources manquent
Watch the video of our Campaign Launch and our cause!
L’union de deux femmes contre les troubles du spectre de l’autisme
Miriam Foundation response published in The Province
Register for the Gold Centre Conference featuring Temple Grandin November 5 and 6 2013
Miriam Foundation response published in Le journal de Montréal
Miriam Foundation response published in The Calgary Sun!
Miriam Foundation response published in The Windsor Star!
Our response to the unfortunate events in Newcastle, written by Nathalie Garcin PhD, Director of the Gold Centre
The Miriam Foundation is hiring a new Development Officer
The Miriam Foundation was recently awarded a Family Services Community Grant from Autism Speaks Canada
World Autism Awareness Day bill fast-tracked and passed by Commons
Centre Miriam is celebrating their 50th anniversary!