From Autism Nova Scotia:
For over a decade more than 600 cities, 45 countries, and 3000 structures have celebrated World Autism Awareness Day by lighting schools, businesses, and public buildings in blue light in efforts to shine a light on autism.
This year Autism Nova Scotia is asking you to help us carry on this tradition in a time where your visual and online support is more important than ever.
World Autism Awareness Day is officially April 2nd, but with the Easter celebrations occurring at the same time, we ask you to keep your Shine Blue displays through to the 3rd. April has a variety of activities and events across the province. These events promote understanding, acceptance, and inclusion. We hope you will join us by participating on social media and creating your own events or #ShineBlueNS displays.
We love Woozles and, like Halifax Learning, appreciate their rich history and expertise for all our book recommendation needs!
Did you know you can contact Woozles directly, describe your reader and they'll send you a list of book recommendations based on your interest and reading level!?
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The Family Development Centre is a collection of professionals in Halifax who have come together to provide quality team-based and best practice services to individuals and families in the community. FDC strives to improve life skills through intervention and education. To that end, we offer individual therapy, consultation and training, group services and networking with other local resources. We strive to provide individualized program planning through professional collaboration that results in integrated services that set and address goals from multiple perspectives.
We are proud to partner with various community outreach groups and support the professional development and delivery of the SpellRead program throughout the province.
In addition to our five locations, we support the literacy needs of students at: