If you are looking for advocacy information for a loved one with autism in British Columbia all the same advocacy tips apply. However, the rules with respect to eligibility for services are important to know before you get started.
One place to start is the Autism Society of British Columbia where they provide advocacy information about services for people who have autism.
Another place for support is ACT (Autism Community Training) and they have a Parents Manual that is very well done especially around the importance of advocacy from families to create change within the school system.
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