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Online Learning, Alternative Learning and Homeschool 

September 1, 2023
School Options in BC  Public School  In-person (IP) schools, often referred to as “brick & mortar”, public schools are your local school(s) open to all students. […]

7 Tips for Post-Secondary Success

August 29, 2022
Succeeding as an autistic student comes with challenges, but these helpful tips might make it easier to do well in post-secondary school.

Back to School Planning

July 14, 2022
After much effort, you’ve finally settled your child into a summer routine, and now you have to start transitioning them back to school!

Education Changes in BC 

September 27, 2021
Did you know about the changes happening with schooling in BC?  AutismBC is committed to inclusion and supporting our community. Our members have been asking us […]

A Guide to Individual Education Plans (IEPs) in BC

September 20, 2021
The start of the school year new to an autism diagnosis can stir anxiety and leave you with a lot of questions about how your […]

Facing Ableism in the School System

September 3, 2021
Facing Ableism in the School System My name is Cole Lawrence and I prefer identity-first language like autistic person. I was diagnosed with autism at […]

Helpful and Unhelpful School Experiences

August 20, 2021
Content Warning: Bullying, school system, mental health School can be a challenging place, especially when those around you don’t take the time to understand your […]

Education Accessibility & Advocacy

August 19, 2021
I honestly thought that we had made it through the school system relatively unscathed. Ahhh…so naïve, I was!  Enter a new school and COVID-19  We […]

Kenny Hoang: A Heartbreaking Story of Bullying

February 19, 2021
Do you prefer person first or identity-first language? When did you get an autism assessment? I prefer Person-first language. I got my autism assessment in […]

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 […]

My Journey & Experiences with Accessibility

November 4, 2020
Accessibility is a huge word. The meaning and impact vary widely from person-to-person and community-to-community. This month, we will be sharing resources, tips, and lived […]

Our Response to Violence Towards Children on the Autism Spectrum

September 1, 2020
We at AutismBC would like to express our concern regarding the information provided to the public about two recent incidents involving children on the autism […]
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