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Media Centre

Autism Nova Scotia regularly communicates with the community through its social media channels and external, traditional media.

Here you can find recent media releases and coverage as well as our Brand Guidelines and graphic resources.

For any media requests, please contact us at 902-446-4995 or media@autismns.ca.

Graphic Resources

As a community-based organization, our vision, principles, and goals have been driven by our collective desire to meet the needs of Autistic individuals and their families by creating a society where they can thrive and live life to its fullest. 

Branding goes way beyond just a logo or graphic element. When we think about our brand, we want to think about how an individual or family interacts with our organization—whether it is with our website, our forms, documents, or our appearance in the community. We want to ensure that each person walks away with a positive, inclusive experience when engaging with Autism Nova Scotia.

Please download and review our Brand Guidelines below for effective use of our Autism Nova Scotia brand.

Please note: approval for application/reproduction of the Autism Nova Scotia logo by external organizations or individuals is required. Please contact 902-446-4995 or media@autismns.ca for authorization.

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Need assistance?
Please contact 902-446-4995 or media@autismns.ca.

Brand Guidelines

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Logo Files (JPG, PNG and PDF)

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Press Releases

May 21, 2021 – Lockdown means more pressures for families who access respite services

May 21, 2021 – Autism Nova Scotia’s Media Statement: Online Education Transition Leaves Autistic Students & Learners with Disabilities on the Sidelines

September 25, 2021 – Autism Nova Scotia Walks YOUR Way in 2021

October 6, 2021 – Autism Nova Scotia to Host 8th Annual Best of Local Gala Event

April 14, 2022 – Province Unveils New Pre-school Autism Services (Nova Scotia government news release)