On September 13th, 2023, TVCC was thrilled to open its doors and welcome our wonderful community to a special event that was filled with warmth, laughter and valuable connections.
The open house at our new location at 745 Fanshawe Park Road W in London was an incredible celebration of our shared commitment to Autism Services and the children, youth and families we serve. From 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., our open house was a hub of activity and excitement. Families, friends and neighbors gathered to explore the new treatment space for Autism Services, giving everyone a chance to see firsthand the positive changes we're making. The space was alive with the spirit of collaboration and hope.
Our new CEO, Paul Howarth, warmly engaged with families, underscoring our commitment to excellent leadership. Additionally, Laura Pritchard, our Autism & Behavioural Services Director, gave a short interview to CTV, emphasizing the vital role of our new North London location in extending our impact and support for autism clients within the community.
Parents and caregivers had an opportunity to meet the dedicated team behind TVCC. Our team of clinicians and support staff were on hand to answer questions, share insights and create lasting connections with all who attended. Building relationships is at the core of what we do, and this open house was a perfect reflection of our commitment to community engagement.
The open house provided a platform for sharing valuable information about Autism Services for children, youth and their families. We believe in the power of knowledge and the team was eager to explain our programs, services and the impact we have on individuals and their loved ones.
One of the most rewarding aspects of the open house was the opportunity for like-minded individuals to network and share their experiences with autism. There was a great community spirit and we were thrilled to see new friendships forming.
No celebration is complete without a touch of indulgence. We had delightful refreshments and snacks to keep everyone's energy up and spirits high. To add to the excitement, we had a special door prize for a lucky winner. Additionally, attendees had the chance to take home TVCC swag as a token of our appreciation.
Our open house was more than just a gathering; it was a celebration of unity, purpose and progress. We thank everyone of you for joining us on this special day and for being a part of the TVCC family. Together, we are making a difference in the lives of those affected by Autism and we look forward to the continued journey ahead.
Until we meet again, remember that our doors are always open!!