Walk YOUR Way for Autism - Stepping in the Right Direction for Autism

Thank you to everyone who participated in Walk 2023 across the province.

Stay tuned for updates on Walk 2024!


For more information about our programs and services visit our website: https://www.autismnovascotia.ca/ 

Annual Report 2022-2023 – Trailblazing Together can be found here



Our Stories

  • Allison
    I am walking for my daughter Jessica and all others I know who have ASD. Jessica... more
  • Erin
    I am walking for my bonus babe Eden. Eden came into my life last year and has ... more
  • Jessica
    We are walking for my nephew, Jarod, who is so fortunate to be able to take part... more
  • Matthew
     For Benjamin!  more
  • Sam
     Nate requires spcial programming to help reach his full potential. Thank y... more
  • Marty
     We are walking to help raise awareness for all of those living on the Spec... more
  • Bailey
    I am walking as a thank you.   A thank you to everyone who has supported me... more
  • Kalei
    This year we are back for our second "Walk your way for autism". We ar... more
  • Brandi
    We're walking for our favourite guy & all his autistic friends, on top of th... more
  • Alicia
    We are walking with family and friends for autism awareness, acceptance and fund... more
  • Amber
    Our little girl Elivieve was diagnosed in December 2020. As she grows we want h... more
  • Kiana
    This year I am walking to increase acceptace towards those with ASD and raise mo... more
  • Heather
    I am walking as a proud grandmother of an amazing little guy.  Noah is the ... more
  • Nancy
     Each step we take is one step closer to understanding and acceptance! more
  • April
     We are walking for not only our sweet boys, but for all the amazing kiddos... more
  • Jenna
    I walk for my son Nolan Thomas. Nolan was diagnosed with autism at the age of 2 ... more
  • Elaine
     Autism has been a part of my life when I was blessed with my wonderful dau... more
  • Laura
     I am walking for all my friends, family, coworkers and community members w... more
  • Alison
    For our son Grayson. "Autism is not a disability, it is a different abilit... more
  • Natalie
     We walk not only for our daughter Lauren, but for all the individuals with... more