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

Due to COVID-19 and social distancing restrictions, Autism Nova Scotia has made the decision to make this year's Walk for Autism a virtual event. 

We are so excited that we still get to come together virtually as a community to raise funds for, and celebrate Autism Nova Scotia. 

This year you get to choose how you will participate - you can walk, run, bike, have a stroller parade with the kids, or bring your dog! It's up to YOU. 

Walk YOUR Way for Autism Nova Scotia on September 26, 2020. 

Register today! 

Our Stories

  • Meghan
     As you may already know, our two oldest boys, Hayden and Alex, have a conf... more
  • Chris
    So everyone that knows us personally knows our story, but for those who haven&rs... more
  • Crystal
    Our family is walking to raise funds to support the many programs available to o... more
  • Kelly
     This is our first year walking in support of Autism Nova Scotia! 'Autism N... more
  • Elizabeth
    Thank you to all who have donated to me or to our team! We walked 5.28kms today!... more
  • Kate
     I am walking with my family to raise awareness for this disability. It can... more
  • Karen
     I'm walking in honour of my son Josh who was recently diagnosed at 15 more
  • Lydia
     This year I am walking with Eva with our furbaby that has wings now. We m... more
  • Austin
    To support and raise autism awareness more
  • Nicole
    Though our boys have not been formally diagnosed we know our boys are on the spe... more
  • Stephanie
     I'm walking for my funny, energetic, animal loving son, Liam! more
  • Kassandra
      We're participating in the walk for the first time to support Lucy. ... more
  • Colby
     Mom, Dad and I are walking so everyone with Autism can play and have fun. more
  • Stephanie
    I'm walking for my six year old son Eric, diagnosed with autism at the age of 3.... more
  • Lauren
     This year, I am walking because I have learned alot about what it means to... more
  • Marc
    When Ash was 2 1/2 years old, he was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (AS... more
  • Tristan
     I'm walking for awareness so everyone can learn about Autism more
  • Mary
     We're walking in support of awareness, acceptance, understanding for the m... more
  • Amanda
     This is our first year walking!  we are walking for our son Tommy and... more
  • Annette
     Our family walks for our funny, bright, and oh so articulate boy, Jake. We... more

Great things are happening!