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The Surrey School District's first-ever Youth With Autism conference, held May 2, was a huge success.
The event welcomed more than 100 students in Grades 4-7 who are on the autism spectrum to the district's Resource & Education Centre, for a day that included guest speakers and a variety of workshops (including art, drama, comedy, social skills, and tech/coding).
Students also had the opportunity to connect with autistic adults, and form friendships with other youth who are on the spectrum.
Keynote speaker/stand-up comedian Michael McCreary (at left, also known as the Aspie Comic) involves Surrey students in his presentation.