Yesterday afternoon, June 1, 2022, International Children’s Day, Master Shi Xing Wu from Canada Xing Wu Zen Temple Society, Canada Shi Xing Wu Shaolin Zen Wu Cultural Center and his party came to the Canadian Pacific Autism Family Network for a friendly visit. Under the careful and patient reception and one-hour detailed explanation by the staff, everyone has a further understanding of the Pacific Autism Family Network. Today’s field visit, walked into the world of stars.

Pacific Autism Family Network located near Richmond Airport, is a charity dedicated to serving people with autism and families, providing help for people with autism developmental disorders of all ages.

Since its establishment in 2016, several service branches have been established in BC and will continue to expand the service network. The Centre has advanced and complete service facilities, and the scope of work covers autism assessment, diagnosis, treatment, education, support and research. Autistic patients and families can get one-stop service here.

Autism not only causes great harm to the patient himself, but also brings enormous pressure to his entire family: heavy financial burden, daily care, learning of various skills, etc., which are far more difficult. far beyond the ordinary family. Although the society pays more and more attention to autistic children, there is still a long way to go before autistic children can get lifelong love. Autism is something that the whole society needs to work hard for project!

After visiting and learning about the Pacific Autism Family Network, Master Shi Xing Wu admired the organization’s contribution to autism. He hope that in the future, He can do his best to cooperate and help the Pacific Autism Family Network to raise funds. At the same time, it also calls on more people in the society to pay attention to and care for people with autism, especially low-income families with autism.

One flower one World. One star, one world. An autistic child is also a world. Accept and care for the children of the stars, and may every child be treated gently by the world.