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Walk the Walk for Autism - Stepping in the Right Direction for Autism
In 2019 with 9 walk locations Nova Scotia Raised $273,413.
Thank you for Walking the Walk for Autism.
Your support means understanding, acceptance and inclusion
for people with autism and their families.

Our Stories

  • Doreen
    To help bring awareness and understanding to ASD, and for one of my favorite peo... more
  • Tamika
     We are walking for our son , friends , and other families , to show our su... more
  • Joanne
    I am walking for my son Daniel <3 more
  • Brittany
    I'm walking because someone that means the world to me is going threw something ... more
  • Jolene
    My son Aiden was diagnosed at 2 with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and he will ... more
  • Dana
    I am walking for our clients and their families.   more
  • Laura
    I am walking for my beautiful little miracle Chloe. She was diagnosed with autis... more
  • Karen
     I am walking to support my son Ian and all others with ASD.  Ian rece... more
  • Parker
    Parker is walking for the sweetest most amazing guy ever - Parker!..and, to help... more
  • Austin
    To support and raise autism awareness more
  • Valarie
    Our son, Carson was diagnosed with Autism May 2012 at age 3. He is now a pretty ... more
  • Rhonda
    I am walking for my two beautiful children, Lauren and Alex, who are both autist... more
  • Victoria Ettinger
  • Nicolle
    To show our Love & Support to our Son , all of those on the spectrum , thei... more
  • Amanda
    We are walking to Support all our friends!! more
  • Amanda
     This is our first year walking!  we are walking for our son Tommy and... more
  • Jacqueline
     I am walking to raise money for Bedford-Sackville Autism support group. &... more
  • Heidi
    First and most importantly, I am walking for my 13 year old son Kristian!  ... more
  • Misty
    In September 2010, our son, Trent was diagnosed with PDD-NOS which is on the Aut... more
  • Christine
    We walk in Stellarton on Saturday, June 22, 2019! People with Autistic Spectrum... more

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