Like other Canadians with disabilities, people with autism conditions are becoming more organized and are speaking out about their lives and their rights. Many self-advocacy organizations are providing their expertise, offering speakers for conferences, sharing information and speaking for themselves in the political arena.
Each of our provincial and territorial societies provides support and information for people with ASDs. Contact your closest Autism Society for information on local support groups and social events in you area.
There are also an increasing number of on-line support groups run by and for adults with autism. See Resources & Links: Adults and Youth.