Autism Services of Saskatoon

Autism Services is a Saskatoon-based, charitable organization, dedicated to providing advocacy, support, education, therapeutic-recreational, social and residential programs and services to individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and their families.

Where to find us:


209 Fairmont Drive

Saskatoon, SK


(306) 665-7013

Monday 9am – 4:30pm to Friday 9am – 4:30pm

Where to find us:

Financial gifts

Your donation assists individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) to achieve their goals. Through social, recreational, therapeutic, and residential programs, Autism Services supports the development and growth of children, youth, adults, and families with ASD. In addition to our programs, we provide support, education, and advocacy for individuals and their families living in the Saskatoon area. Thank you!

What we need:

Office Supplies
Misc Items

Volunteer time:

Volunteers are essential for the success of our fundraising and awareness events and as team members in the successful delivery of recreational and social programs for children and teens at Autism Services. We encourage you to review our website to familiarize yourself with our organization.

How you can help

Financial Donations

We rely on financial donations from the community to help us provide our programming. You can donate to us online through our website – DONATE TODAY and put smiles on faces!

Cheques can be mailed to: 209 Fairmont Drive, Saskatoon, SK, S7M 5B8. E-transfers are also welcome! Please send to

Thanks so much!

Item Donations

At this time we are not in need of item donations.

More Ways to Help

Visit our website to learn more about what we can provide. Consider volunteering.

More about us

Community Impact

We offer programs through our Family Programs, and Autism Intervention Program (AIP) and Mental Health & Wellness Team (MHWT). Our residential program provides 5 group homes and a supported living apartment house. Currently the program provides 20 individuals with autism a home. Last year we served 30 clients in Adult Support Program, 531 participants in Family Programs, 666 clients in Autism Intervention program and 259 served in Mental Health & Wellness. 20 participants were in ABA Little Tots Program. Our goal is to support these individuals and families in finding an improved quality of life.

Financial Breakdown

While the majority of our services are provided free; there are some fees for some of the programs. Our work is made possible thanks to financial support from the Government of Saskatchewan. We receive core operational funding through the Ministries of Health and Social Services. The Autism Intervention Program (and Mental Health & Wellness Team), the ABA Little Tots Program, and a small portion of Family Programs are funded through the Saskatchewan Health Authority. Our Adult Support Programs are funded separately through Social Services and Saskatchewan Housing. Our Family Programs are predominately funded through grants, donations, fees, and fundraising campaigns and events. We rely heavily on donations and monetary support from corporate and private donors, and community and corporate sponsorships for our annual fundraising projects to support this program area. We also obtain grants for specific programs and projects when they are available.

Our Philosophy

Our mission is continuously strives to deliver the highest standard of support and services to individuals with autism and their families and caregivers. Our vision is that all individuals with autism have the opportunity to live with dignity and to reach their full potential. We raise awareness and acceptance and educate the community and advocate for autism. Supporting autistic people on their journey. We believe that autistic people want to live their lives to the fullest possible.

Programs and Services

Adult Support Programs, a program providing our residents’ quality of life, and opportunities for enrichment in their homes and communities. Family Programs aimed at providing individuals the opportunity to participate in therapeutic recreational and social activities and programs. Autism Intervention Program, a program that provides individualized behavioural interventions and support services in collaboration with the family – services available for children and youth up to 19 years of age with a suspected or confirmed diagnosis of an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), within the Saskatoon area of the SHA. ABA Little Tots Program, an early intensive behavioural intervention program (EIBI) that is based on the principles of ABA and consists of treatment, for children 48 months or younger, and 25 hours of therapy per week. Mental Health & Wellness Team, a program that focus on mental health and wellness support for those with autism and for their caregivers.