The Canucks Autism Network (CAN) offering Soup from the Soul Program【Vancouver】

Soup from the Soul is a pre-vocational program that teaches young adults living with Autism Spectrum Disorder basic culinary skills and standard workplace expectations. Under the direction of a professional and experienced chef, participants learn various soup-making methods and donate the soup made to a local charity. Facility tours and kitchen safety lessons are also incorporated into the program. Soup from the Soul is fully supported and will accommodate up to six participants.

WHEN: August 2012

WHERE: Vancouver & Victoria



  • Applicants must have an autism diagnosis and a CAN Family Membership.
  • Participants must be between the ages of 18-26.
  • A minimum grade 9 reading level is required.
  • Participants must apply with a resume and cover letter; application does not guarantee a spot in the program.
  • A commitment for the duration of the program is required.
  • Participants must be able to provide their own transportation to the program.

How to register:

  • Please note, this program will not open for online registration.
  • Participants must apply directly to the Social and Vocational Program Manager with a resume and cover letter.

For more detailed information, and to apply to the Soup from the Soul program, please contact Natalie Hagarty, Program Manager, Social and Vocational Programs at, or call the CAN office at 604-685-4049, ext 207.



 ・Canucks Autism Network