Mental health crises can feel never-ending in the moment, but keeping a list of go-to strategies to reference when you’re in that kind of state of mind can help you cope.
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.
Basil Langevin is an autistic city council candidate in Saanich (a municipality within Greater Victoria). They share with us their journey into politics and what inspired them along the way.
Mitchell Brager is an autistic artist from Terrace, BC. In this article, his mom Colleen shares how his passion and skill for art has led to a career. Check out the bottom of this article for details on where you can view and purchase Mitchell’s work!
We asked our autistic content creator Aly Laube to share some advice on how managers can better support autistic employees.
Aly Laube is an AutismBC content collaborator and a late-diagnosed autistic person. In this blog, they share their experience “coming out” as autistic.
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How do you like to be identified? (i.e. Autistic, an individual living with autism, person on the spectrum, etc.) I am 19. I identify as autistic […]
Tell us about your diversability journey. Hi, My name is Krystian Shaw. I live with developmental disabilities and an anxiety disorder. I dreamed about working […]
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