Bryce Pace is an up and coming advocate for acceptance and inclusion. He was diagnosed with autism at the age of nine and has experienced firsthand the tribulations of being labelled a disability student within the primary school system. After this experience Bryce hid his diagnosis for the first four and a half years of his secondary school life however since Bryce broke his silence mid 2016 he has dedicated his time to changing the stigma that surrounds the autism spectrum.

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Bryce Pace is an up and coming advocate for acceptance and inclusion. He was diagnosed with autism at the age of nine and has experienced firsthand the tribulations of being labelled a disability student within the primary school system. After this experience Bryce hid his diagnosis for the first four and a half years of his secondary school life however since Bryce broke his silence mid 2016 he has dedicated his time to changing the stigma that surrounds the autism spectrum. Bryce was a 2016 recipient of a Warrnambool Youth Achiever Award, a recipient for the John King Citizenship Award and he was also elected as one of fifteen Executive Board members for the Victorian Student Representative Council in 2016 – 2017. As a young advocate, he has been invited to write and speak on behalf of autistic students on numerous occasions. Bryce Pace also received the Emerging Leader Award at the 2017 Victorian Disability Awards.
To read more about Bryce’s story please visit: www.brycepaceautismadvocate.com.

Speaking

Are you looking for a speaker who can motivate and inspire? I speak on various topics including the ones listed below.

My 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

Talks in Schools and Youth Groups
I am available to speak at schools and youth groups on all the topics listed above completely free within the Melbourne area and along the Ballarat Train Line. If you are not in these locations, however, are still interested in inviting me to speak don't worry as I still offer my time for free however will possibly need to charge for accommodation and transport. If you are interested in inviting me to speak feel free to contact me.

Bryce
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