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!


Thank You Milestones!

On April 28th Milestones Langley hosted the 4th annual Autism Awareness Blue Carpet Fundraiser for the ASBC. We want to say a big thank you to all the staff that worked so hard to put together such a special evening. Not to mention the servers, who donated 100% of their tips. With the help of those who attended the event and the restaurant’s contributions, Milestones Langley was able to raise nearly $7,000 in support of the ASBC. We would not be the society we are today without donations like these. Thank you Milestones!

ASBC- ABA Summer Camp

This summer, we are pleased to be partnering with the Surrey School District to provide a summer camp for children in an ABA home program. The camp will provide a space for children to come with support staff to continue their 1:1 work as well as interact with other children and explore the local community. Click here for more information.

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