Walk YOUR Way 2023
Types: Fundraising, Special Events
Regional Autism Centre
Located in Bridgewater, NS, the South Shore Chapter of Autism Nova Scotia supports autistic individuals of all ages and their families in Lunenburg and Queens County.
The South Shore Chapter of Autism Nova Scotia strives to build understanding, acceptance and inclusion for individuals on the autism spectrum through social and recreational programming, advocacy, individual and family support, educational opportunities and advocacy.
The Chapter has a formal partnership with the South Shore Regional Centre for Education, allowing the chapter and the SSRCE to better support autistic learners and their families, including using a shared space in Hebbville.
373 King St.
Bridgewater NS B4V 1B1
As the days feel warmer and you start spending more time outside, consider these 7 outdoor activity ideas to keep playing fun and engaging. Toy Car Wash: Fill a bin with soapy water, have a toy car wash and practice washing and drying the cars. Teddy Picnic: Set up an outdoor picnic with a blanket,…Read full article
Students – as you’re gearing up for your first year, the Post-Secondary Autism Support Services team wants to share 4 tips. 1) Be mindful of course selection times! It is important to register promptly. 2) Your school’s academic advisors can help you determine what courses are required in your first year. 3) Check in with…Read full article
Strong communities are filled with diverse people where we accept and celebrate our differences and learn from each other. Autism Acceptance Month encourages us to continue to build inclusive communities where everyone is accepted and has a place to belong. Here are some of the stories from our wonderful community: Autism cuts across every segment…Read full article
As we reflect during National Volunteer Week, we would like to recognize and thank our many volunteers across the province for their generous gift of time and energy. As a non-profit organization, our programs could not run without the help of our wonderful volunteers. Here are the stories from some of our incredible volunteers across…Read full article
We were delighted to welcome two first-voice advocates to our Autism Acceptance Month flag raising event. “When you can see the world from a different perspective, you can change the world and make society better. Thankfully, due to the work of organizations like Autism Nova Scotia and the advocacy of people living on the spectrum,…Read full article
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 email@example.com or call…Read full article
Mealtime is an opportunity to explore, learn and build confidence with routines. Toddlers might refuse some foods, and that’s ok! It’s important to give them the time and space to move at their own pace and enjoy their “safe” foods. The QuickStart team has 3 tips for mealtime: If you want to learn more about QuickStart…Read full article
Autism Nova Scotia’s 2022 Annual General Meeting took place via Zoom on Wednesday, June 29 from 6:30 to 7:30 pm (AST). View our 2021-2022 AGM video here!Read full article
Types: Fundraising, Special Events