BIG NEWS!! Our Kentville Autism Center has moved to 2 Calkin Drive. While this places us in the Kentville Business Park, our space is now at ground level with lots of natural light. We now also have our own dedicated parking spaces to make visiting us much easier. The Chapter will be continuing all of our regular programming and supports without any interruptions.
If you are planning to visit us, but are unsure where we are now located, please do not hesitate to contact us. We hope you will join us in this new stage of the Annapolis Valley Chapter's growth.
Note: Both of our locations remain open by appointment only. Please contact us to make arrangements. We look forward to seeing you!
902-242-2019 / 902-349-9318 / firstname.lastname@example.org
We have so many fun upcoming events! Check them out below.
Join us for a Snowshoe Stomp! Click the link below to register.
Join us for a family friendly moonlight walk in the beautiful Miners Marsh in Kentville on March 5th at 6:30pm! We will be guided by Jerome the Grave Keeper and learn about Kentville's history! We might even walk by a few of his friendly ghosts! To register fill out the form below!
Feeling a wee bit lucky? Join us for a super fun St. Partricks Day skate on March 17th at the West Hants Sports Complex! There are prizes for best dressed, most green, and a scavenger hunt! To register, click the link below! Hope to see you there.
Join us on the ice with Ana and Elsa for a Princess Skate. Get your best dress on and come skate around the Credit Union Center in Kingston with us! To register click the link below.
The Annapolis Valley Chapter began in 1996 as Valley Autism Support Team (V.A.S.T.) In 2012 V.A.S.T joined with Autism Nova Scotia in order to work together to enhance programs and services in the Annapolis Valley. The Chapter is led by a group of dedicated volunteers and has now expanded to serve over 250 families.
Programs in the Annapolis Valley Chapter include: Summer Day Camp, Preschool Playgroup, Social Groups for School-Age Children, Teens and Adults, Therapeutic Riding, Social Skills, Swimming, and much more. The Chapter also regularly hosts family events, parent support groups, educational workshops and information sessions. In February 2015 the Chapter opened an Autism Centre in Kingston (565 Main St.) which houses a sensory gym, a calming room and a resource library. Families and school groups are welcome to drop in during regular office hours.
For all inquiries please contact our office 902-242-2019 or email@example.com