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Autism Assessment in BC

January 27, 2021
Autism Assessment in BC In BC, there are publicly funded autism assessments available. They are done through the BC Autism Assessment Network, but a referral […]

Broadcasting Workshop: Lights, Camera, Autism

January 25, 2021
Lights, Camera, Autism! is a fun, unique way for teens to practice interacting in a supportive environment. It is a highly innovative broadcasting workshop specifically designed for high school students on the autism spectrum to develop and strengthen their social skills. Many skills in broadcasting are transferable and applicable to communicating in everyday life! Examples include having a two-way conversation, asking relevant questions of others, listening to answers, staying on topic, and observing body language!

Autistic Adulting

January 3, 2021
We have listened to our members and understand that it’s not easy to access adult support and services, so we have compiled a list of […]

Your Guide to Accessing Community Supports and Services in BC

November 27, 2020
Amanda: Creating programs and environments that are free from barriers and proactive in providing supports. Every person is included and their possible needs are considered […]

Moving to BC and Finding Autism Support

November 17, 2020
Moving to BC? Autism programs, funding and supports available vary from province to province. If you are moving to British Columbia, these are some provincial […]

Finding Support Services for Autism in BC

November 14, 2020
Finding Support Services  Assistive Technology British Columbia (ATBC)  “Assistive Technology BC (ATBC) provides assistive technology resources to make learning environments usable for people with disabilities […]

TransLink Mobility Guide and Accessible Transit Tool

September 11, 2020
 The virtual bus tool can be accessed: TransLink Bus Tool  Why should we give this tool to our members? It provides a detailed visual layout of […]

Autism Funding

August 9, 2020
Funding Under Age 6  Families can access up to $22,000 per year to help pay for eligible autism services, therapies, or equipment. You are required […]

Sensory-Friendly Shopping Time

August 3, 2020
Did you know that many grocery and retail stores across the province have stepped up to provide “Sensory-Friendly Shopping?”  

An Extraordinary Summer

August 3, 2020
It feels like we started summer right after spring break (if only Mother Nature got that memo and brought the warm weather). Despite families homeschooling […]

AutismBC Socials: Computer Minecraft Club

July 10, 2020
Minecraft Club is an inclusive space for Minecraft enthusiasts to come together and play! Our mission is to inspire connection through sharing tips, tricks and […]

Pokémon Juniors Club (Richmond)

July 10, 2020
This is an inclusive environment where young people age 6-16 are welcome to come and hang out and socialize about a shared passion.  Interested participants […]
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