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Consult the results of our survey on the Needs, Expectations, and Preferences of Autistic Adults for Housing and Living Accommodation in Quebec!

Make a donation for the autonomy of the young!

You can now make a donation to Autism House on-line.

Autonomy day for the summer

You can now reserve your spot on-line.

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Continued Learning and Training
The Autism House encourages autonomy and aims to improve
the quality of life for autistic adults and adolescents.

The Reality

Due to an increase in demand, services are hard to come by for autistic people after 21 years old and we hope to alleviate this burden. We seek to improve the quality of life of autistic adults and their families by increasing their autonomy. 

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for Parents & Professionals

Learn tools and strategies to implement in your daily life with your family.

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Classes For Autistic Adults and Teens 

Participants will develop their executive functions and work on achieving specific autonomy goals.

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Autonomy Consultation and Intervention

Receive individualised help at your home or during meetings at our offices regarding specific autonomy needs.

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About Us

We aspire to enable a world where many more autistic adults live autonomously, while actively participating in the life of their community.


Today, we offer services and continuous learning to developing autonomy in Montreal.


Our vision is to provide services for autistic adults and their families as well as offering housing services, and hosting health care providers under one roof.

Our Mission

We aspire to a world in which many more autistic adults live autonomously while actively participating in their community to improve their quality of life.

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Contact Us

Do you have any questions or comments? We would love to hear from you! Feel free to send us a quick message. If email is not your thing, you can also reach us at 514-231-7093. We can organize a meeting at our offices, which are located in the #309B unit of the Lachine Canal Complex, 4710 Saint-Ambroise, Montréal.

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