I hold my peers back?

This is a good example of why we need to educate people of what it truly means to be autistic. According to Pauline Hanson, I hold my peers back because my teachers spend too much time helping me. She thinks we should be in special education and that we do not deserve a mainstream education. instead of segregating students like me, we should make mainstream education work better for us. What happened to the concept of inclusive education? http://www.9news.com.au/…/pauline-hanson-says-children-with…
Bryce Pace
Autism Advocate, Blogger, Speaker

Q&A Live Stream

I have exciting news to share with you all. This Saturday, June 24th at 3:00 pm AEST I will be holding my first live Q&A Stream on my Youtube channel. If you are interested and want to make sure your question gets answered, please feel free to write a comment. I will try to answer everyone’s questions.  You can Find my YouTube channel at.  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjXnUd-FoQ-urisR_UqfSMA.

See you Saturday

Bryce Pace

Autism Advocate, Blogger, Speaker

Talks in Schools

Hi all this is just a quick post relating to a question I was asked today regarding my talks. I am available to speak to schools. Some of the topics I can speak on are:
My I CAN Story

 I talk about some of the challenges I have faced as an autistic person and how I got to where I am today. I recommend this talk if you are looking to inspire and motivate your students or guests.
Student Voice

I talk about what student voice is and how to have your voice heard.
The Rethink On Autism

In this talk I explain what the rethink of autism looks like and why we need it. I have to warn you that this talk contains the topics of suicide and bullying.
If you are interested in inviting me to talk whether it be at an event or to a class of students please feel free to contact me for a quote.

Email: bryce.pace.autism.advocate@gmail.com

Mobile: 04 4771 9496 

You can also message me via Facebook, twitter, LinkedIn and on my website http://www.brycepaceautismadvocate.wordpress.com

I look forward to working with you

Bryce Pace

Autism Advocate, Blogger, Speaker