Autism support program seeks new home

CALGARY- It’s a safe place where people of all ages on the autism spectrum can hang out and have a good time – even if, at the moment, it’s a little cramped.

“When we started we had seven families and we’re up to over 600 now,” explains Dean Svoboda, the founder and executive director of the Autism-Asperger’s Friendship Society. Continue reading

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