fbpx
CLOSE

Looking for Something?

Become a Canucks Autism Network member to register for virtual programs

Virtual Programs in Northern BC

Individuals on the autism spectrum 3yrs+ across the province can participate in CAN's interactive virtual programs!

With a wide range of options for children, youth and adults, including physical activity programs, arts & drama, and social meet ups, there's something for everyone of all ages and abilities!

View Spring Program Guide

Become a Member to Start Registering

To access Canucks Autism Network (CAN) virtual programs, families must first become a member by completing an online membership application that includes an annual fee of $25 per individual on the autism spectrum.

To be eligible for a CAN Membership, individuals and families must ensure they meet the following criteria:

  1. An individual in the immediate family must be diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Individuals across the autism spectrum are welcome! We adjust our level of support based on the needs of each participant.
  2. Individuals and families wishing to register must live in British Columbia, Canada.

Apply now >>

Learn more about CAN memberships.

 

Registration is now open for Spring weekly virtual programs!

CAN members can submit registration requests until Friday, February 26 at noon.

View the Northern BC Spring Guide for virtual programs, dates and times.

Login to register >> 


Missed the deadline?
Email [email protected] with the following information:

  1. Name and age of participant
  2. Program, date and time you are requesting late registration for

Registration requests are processed in the order they are received.

Questions?
Email [email protected]! Our membership team is here to help you with any membership or program registration questions you may have.

iPad Loan Program

Need a cellular enabled device to access CAN’s virtual programs?

iPads are available to loan from our partners in each of the following communities*:

  • Prince Rupert
  • Kitimat
  • Prince George

*More communities coming soon!

Fill out this form to request for an iPad Loan >>

iPad loans are available thanks to the generous support from the Community Foundations of Canada and the Government of Canada’s Emergency Community Support Fund, as well as our community partners Sources Community Resources in Prince Rupert, Kitimat DisABILITY Resources and Christine Danrorth in Prince George.