“For thirteen years, I’ve been working at Playland & PNE. As an Autistic worker, I’m sharing with you my experience working there.”
I was adopted. So, it wasn’t until my biological grandmother reached out to my parents and told them that it might be good to see a psychologist because of our family medical history. In 1999, my parents and I reached out to the Autism Society of BC in Nanaimo.
No matter which holidays you celebrate around year-end, if you have a gift to give to an autistic person in your life, these are great options to consider.
We asked our autistic content creator Aly Laube to share some advice on how managers can better support autistic employees.
Succeeding as an autistic student comes with challenges, but these helpful tips might make it easier to do well in post-secondary school.
This pride month, we’d like to highlight the many autistic queer people in our community and challenge pride event organizers to think about accessibility.
Lisa Watson is a Regional Coordinator with AutismBC and a parent of an autistic child. Jake Anthony is an adult on the autism spectrum. Plan […]
Halloween, some adore the holiday, and some loathe it. If you have a child on the autism spectrum, you may either embrace the holiday or […]
At AutismBC, our Resource Team is here to connect you to region specific community supports and other organizations that provide support and help meet your needs. When the AutismBC Resource Team is asked about complex needs, we provide relevant resources and then direct you onto an external advocacy and […]
“I am the Administrative Assistant for a new tourist attraction. Due to its popularity, the lineup can become quite long. We have received some comments […]
“I am interested in getting an emotional support or therapy dog but I don’t know the difference. How do I know which one is best […]