Autism Services – Learning@Home: Completing your SSAH Form


Maltby Centre is now offering a series of online workshops for parents and caregivers! These workshops are designed to help parents understand concepts related to Applied Behaviour Analysis, access resources and increase overall parent capacity. This online workshop is for parents living in Ontario with a valid OAP registration number.

Completing your Special Services At Home (SSAH) funding form is a virtual workshop, which was developed to help parents maximize the potential of this funding source. The presentation is about an hour in length and the SSAH form will be reviewed from start to finish. Caregivers will be emailed a copy of an online SSAH form before the presentation begins so they can fill the form out as we progress through the workshop. Within the presentation there will be opportunities for questions related to your specific family situation as it relates to the SSAH form. As part of Foundational Family Services, you may choose to meet for an individual session with a Family Support Coordinator following this presentation to help you apply the content of this workshop to your specific family situation.

As a result of participating in the workshop, you will be able to:

-Understand if you qualify for this funding source
-Develop an awareness of other documents you will need to submit with this application
-Complete your SSAH Funding form
-Have a basic understanding of how to manage your funds once approved


To qualify for this funding you need to be a resident of Ontario and have a child or youth under the age of 18 with a diagnosed disability (ASD) and an OAP number.


Wednesday November 25, 2020 6:30p.m. – 7:30p.m.


This is a virtual workshop hosted through Zoom. Links to join on your phone, tablet, or computer will be sent out once registered.


To access this workshop, or a follow up session, you will need a valid Ontario Autism Program Reference number. If you do not have an OAP Reference number please contact the Maltby Centre at 613 546 8535 and ask to speak to a Family Support Coordinator.

This is a free workshop.

To register:

Please click here to register. 

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