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Growing up Without a Diagnosis: Rebekah Kintzinger

March 9, 2020
I didn’t always know I was autistic. I lived in a particularly small town in a decade when autism was not as forefront a topic […]

Books about Autistic Women and Girls

March 4, 2020
Highlights: Books by two autistic woman authors from B.C. I’m happy to highlight two memoirs by young women on the spectrum: Take it from the […]

Vicky Ryan, Girls Club Founder

March 3, 2020
Early Days Our daughter, Charlotte, was diagnosed as autistic just shy of her third birthday. Knowing hundreds of autism families now, I can see that […]

Disability Tax Credit (DTC)

February 26, 2020
Let’s talk taxes and the disability tax credit! If you have any questions regarding autism and tax, we just might have the answers. What is […]

Transitioning into Adulthood

January 30, 2020
This blog is full of resources to help with funding changes associated with transitioning into adulthood. There are also more acronyms so we’ve included a glossary as […]

Navigation and Lived Experiences for Autistic Young Adults

January 22, 2020
There are three service providers in BC that you can reach out to. We spoke with their representatives and learned about what they do to […]

Staff Spotlight: Julia Boyle

January 21, 2020
Happy New Year everyone! I have a great feeling about 2020! I think it will be an incredible year for AutismBC and the autism community. I joined the AutismBC team […]

Stella and N

January 6, 2020
N was diagnosed with autism at 3 ½ years old. He started with severe speech delay, rigid behaviours, tantrums, and an inability to learn in […]

Lucas Gates’ Employment Journey

August 19, 2019
Like many self-advocates, Lucas isn’t shifting gears to go back to school after a long summer. Today, he wanted to focus on how others on […]

Transition into Post-Secondary with Evan Noble

August 10, 2019
My name is Evan Noble, and I am 22 years old. This past June (2019) I received my Computer Information Systems diploma from Okanagan College. […]
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