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Facing Autism in New Brunswick: Why Do New Brunswick Governments Ignore Needs of Severely Autistic Adults? When Will They Ever Learn?

The Restigouche Psychiatric Hospital on NB’s Northern Border Far From Most NB Families is a  Massive Institution and the Present and Future Home for Severely Autistic Adults in  the Inclusive Community of New Brunswick. 

My Son Conor Is A Great Joy But His Severe Autism Presents Many Challenges, As Things Stand He MAY Spend His Adult . . . → Read More: Facing Autism in New Brunswick: Why Do New Brunswick Governments Ignore Needs of Severely Autistic Adults? When Will They Ever Learn?

Facing Autism in New Brunswick: NB Adult Autism Residential Care Facility Needed: "It Is More Than Overdue" "When Will They Ever Learn?"

My 18 year old severely autistic son Conor waits for his slow poke Dad while we were out  on a trail walk (Fredericton North Riverfront Trail). NB has known for 15 years (at least)  that an adult autism residential care and treatment facility is badly needed.   We are still waiting. On June 18, 2014 . . . → Read More: Facing Autism in New Brunswick: NB Adult Autism Residential Care Facility Needed: "It Is More Than Overdue" "When Will They Ever Learn?"

Facing Autism Symptoms in New Brunswick: No Meaningful Inclusion, No Community Living for NB Youth and Adults With Severe Autism Challenges

                                              Resigchouche Regional Hospital Centre

As an Autism Society New Brunswick representative I attended a meeting held at the Restigouche Regional Hospital Centre a few years ago to participate in a . . . → Read More: Facing Autism Symptoms in New Brunswick: No Meaningful Inclusion, No Community Living for NB Youth and Adults With Severe Autism Challenges