This session is developed for people who identify as on the spectrum and is intended to engage the young adult and autistic adult community.
AutismBC Goes to Telling Your Story
Join us to practice your creative writing skills and re-claim your voice as we explore creative writing as a tool for self-expression. This one hour class, led by author Emily Gillespie, will include a brief introduction to memoir writing and prompts to get you started in telling your story. Prompts will be given to help you recognize themes emerging in your life that you may wish to explore further. You will leave this session with the start of a short story, and brainstorming about further themes you may want to explore on your own time. All writing levels and voices welcome.
Registration is required for this event. Register here: https://autismbc.z2systems.com/survey.jsp?surveyId=96
AutismBC Goes provides free, safe, and supportive community events where everyone can be themselves. These events are an opportunity for our members to come together, talk and, have fun with others who understand and share similar life experiences. Our goal is to reduce financial barriers to recreation and promote inclusion for people on the autism spectrum and their families.
***This session will NOT be broadcasted to the general AutismBC page. You must register to take the workshop. No recording will be kept***