People do not grow out of autism. Autism is a lifelong disorder; however, the manifestation of symptoms may change over time. While there is yet no known cure, autism is definitely treatable.
Currently we do not have any vacancies in our Residential Homes.
You are welcome to fill a Request for Service Form which our organization will keep on file until a time when a vacancy occurs in an existing home, or until we receive funding to operate additional programs. If you are looking for other services and support as well, please consider becoming a member of Autism Services Saskatoon.
- When we have vacancies in an existing or new home, we will review all requests for service. If our admissions committee feels an applicant is a match with other residents currently residing or being considered for the home we will contact you to arrange a meeting to provide more information about the prospective home and the application process.
- We will then ask you to fill out an application form. You may request a tour of the prospective home before or during the application process. Your community service worker may assist you in filling out the application form.
- Applications will be reviewed and candidates will be chosen according to needs and compatibility with other residents. If we are submitting a proposal for funding for a new home, the applicant’s name may also be attached to the proposal as an intended resident of the new home.