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BC Disability Collaborative’s Response to 2024 BC Budget

February 27, 2024
As a collective, the BCDC is deeply concerned and profoundly disappointed with the funding provided in Provincial Budget 2024 for disabled British Columbians.

2023 Budget: No Investment to Address the Autism Assessment Crisis

April 20, 2023
Despite consistent advocacy from the autism community, the 2023 budget shows nothing regarding the 2 to 3-year waitlist for public autism assessments for children and […]

Late Not Less: Why Late-Identified Autistic Adults Need More Support in BC

April 2, 2023
This Autism Acceptance Month, we’re profiling five autistic adults who received a late diagnosis or are still struggling to access one. Here are the barriers that stand in their way.

6 Experiences Unique to Autistic Adults

March 30, 2023
Compared to children, autistic adults have unique experiences with employment, relationships, independence, and more.

How to Strengthen Your Advocacy Skills as a Caregiver

March 2, 2023
In this guest blog, Cynthia Lockrey shares with us 6 ways to become a stronger advocate for your child on the spectrum. 

Self-acceptance as a late-diagnosed woman with Janette Bundic

July 27, 2021
Janette’s Story I identify as person first and then autism second. So, I prefer to be referred to as someone having autism or a woman […]
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