Years of Good Work

The Autism Society of B.C. was founded in 1975, making it one of Canada’s oldest autism organizations. Our goal is to contribute to making British Columbia the best possible province for the care, inclusion and acceptance of people affected by autism spectrum disorder.

With 1 in 68 children being diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (a number that continues to rise around the globe) it is no longer a rarity. Autism will touch your life as well as those of your family, friends and neighbours. Thankfully this is no longer an insurmountable challenge. The work being done in the field of autism is helping to create best-practices that improve the way we all live, learn and organize ourselves. So join us!


Our Growing YouTube Channel

The ASBC has been working hard to grow its online video library. Make sure to watch our most recent ‘must see video’ on the ASBC ABA summer camp. The camp is a unique blend of ABA learning and summer social experiences — a place where children receive appropriate support within the structure of an ABA program while having fun!

Walk Now for Autism Speaks

On Sunday September 27th come out and join the ASBC at Swangard Stadium as we show our support for the autism community at the Vancouver Walk Now For Autism Speaks event. Register to walk with our team today. Bring your friends and family and come say Hi at our booth at the resource fair both at the Vancouver event and at the Central Okanagan Walk Now For Autism event in Kelowna on Sunday September 20th.

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