Walk YOUR Way 2023
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Walk YOUR Way for Autism Nova Scotia is returning to communities across the province on Saturday, June 3rd, 2023.
The support we provide for Autistic individuals, families and caregivers is only possible with YOUR support.Donate now
It’s our vision to create a world where autism is understood, accepted and everyone is living a full life. We offer a range of programming, services and advocacy across the lifespan.Find out how
We know that finding support close to home is important to autistic folks and their families. That’s why we have a presence in communities right across the province.Find a centre
Movement is important for every stage of development and helps promote an active lifestyle. Fundamental movements can boost mood, improve cognitive ability, and support better sleep. The QuickStart team has 10 movement tips to help you break out of hibernation: If you want to learn more about QuickStart Nova Scotia or have questions, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call…Read the full story
Chris Richards is a member of the Royal Canadian Navy and a father of three. With two autistic children, Chris has strived to advocate for the autistic community. He also brings awareness to organizations such as Autism Nova Scotia, which provides support and resources for families like his across the province. He takes pride in…Read the full story
Working toward a world where autistic people no longer face barriers to living their best quality of life, Autism Nova Scotia advocates for the autistic community across all levels of government. We act as leaders in educating and training employers, organizations, and institutions in accepting and accommodating autistic individuals in all areas of society.