Together for Autism

Together for Autism has created a series of videos about autism and Asperger's Syndrome. They are oriented for different age brackets but are enjoyed by all ages. Below is a brief description about each video that is available.

Note: When you register to participate in our campaign, you will receive one free video of your choice (excluding the Toonie Trilogy and Making a Difference).

To purchase: Additional videos may be purchased when you register for Together for Autism or at any time, you may purchase resources from Autism Ontario.

No One Alone (2010)

This insightful video focuses on students who show the importance of building relationships. We see what they have learned about having and maintaining friendships.
Suitable for Gr 3 - 7
Approx. 17 min. DVD Format

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Meet My Brother (2003)

Brothers and sisters are often the greatest supporters of siblings with autism.

This is a moving story about a boy with autism, as told by his sister, Meagan. It shows day-to-day home and school events as well as some suggestions for being a friend.
Suitable for K - Gr 3
Approx. 9 min. DVD Format

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A Chance to be Me (2004)

This story is about three students who are affected quite differently by autism. What makes these three unique is not that they have autism, but that they have close friendships and acceptance in their school community.
There is a teaching guide provided, which can be used to promote further classroom discussion.

Suitable for Gr 7 - 10
Approx. 22 min. VHS Format

Teaching Guide for use in Class Discussion

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My Friend Dylan (2005)

Feelings & understanding are themain focus of a group of students who want to get to know their classmate Dylan. They share what they learned and how they taught others.

Suitable for Gr 3 - 6
Approx 10 min. DVD Format


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Experiencing Autism (2006)

Wonder what it feels like to have autism? Why do people with autism do what they do?
Watch these 5 simulations or replicate them to gain valuable insights into autism.

Suitable for Gr 4 - 9
Approx 17 min. DVD Format

Teaching Guide for use in Classroom Discussion

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«Vivre» l’autisme (2006)

Cinq simulations qui aideront les élèves à comprendre l'autisme.
Grâce à cinq activités de simulation, les élèves comprendront mieux ce que vivent les personne autistes. Cette video offrira un aperçu sur un trouble que peu de personnes comprennent réellement.
30 $

Auditoire visé : les enfants de la 4e à la 9e année.
17 min. Format de DVD

Un guide des éducateurs pour la vidéo pour discussion en classe

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Mon Amie Dylan (2007)

Dans cette vidéo, les camarades de classe de Dylan partagent leurs sentiments à son égard et nous parlent de leur relation avec elle. Ils offrent des suggestions et des idées qui les ont aidés à mieux connaître Dylan.
30 $

Auditoire visé : les enfants de la 3e à la 6e année. Environs 10 minutes. Format de DVD

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What Do You See When You See Me? (2007)

This video profiles four young teenagers with autism and Aspergers who are thriving in grades six, seven and eight. In their own words, each student provides personal insights into their disability and offers strategies and attitudes that have been particularly beneficial to them.

Suitable for Gr 6 & up
15 min. DVD Format

Additional Compilation Videos for purchase only

Together for Autism Video Trilogy

This DVD contains:
Meet My Brother
A Chance to Be Me
My Friend Dylan
(see individual videos for descriptions)

MAKING A DIFFERENCE; The Video Collection (2008)

This compilation DVD contains all seven video selections (5 English & 2 French) created by Together for Autism. The English videos are: Meet My Brother, A Chance To Be Me, My Friend Dylan, Experiencing Autism, What Do You See. Les deux vidéos disponible en français sont Mon amie Dylan and «Vivre» l'autisme (see individual videos for description).