Autism Resource Centre

Finding Color in the Spectrum

. . . finding colour in the spectrum

Through individualized programming

Vocational Programs

Life Skills Programs

Social Programs

Therapeutic Summer Programs


Individualized Programming

. . . finding colour within


Vocational Programming

. . . finding colour in the steps

step by step process

Life Skills Programming

. . . finding colour in choice


Social Programming

. . .  finding colour in others

adult socializing

Therapeutic Summer Program

. . . finding the colour of fun in therapy

summer swimming

Who We Are

The Autism Resource Centre (ARC) is a non-profit, community-based organization located in Regina. Since 1977, the members of ARC have sought to achieve a meaningful and independent life for individuals with ASD through education, awareness, and programming. ARC currently provides services for individuals with ASD ages 19 to 35 and summer programs for individuals with ASD ages 7 and older.

Centre is Peanut and Tree Nut Free 


What's New?

October is Autism Awareness Month in Canada

Quick ASD Facts:

  • Prevalence rate: 1 in 68 births
  • More prevalent than pediatric AIDS, cancer, and diabetes combined
  • Boys are nearly 5X more likely than girls to be diagnosed with autism
  • Diagnosis involves different measures and screening tools implemented by a team of professionals
  • There is no definitive cause or cure for autism, but current research suggests a genetic base to the disorder and links it to biological or neurological differences in the brain.