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Aspect Riverina School is holding a Black and White Ball this October to celebrate life on the autism spectrum and generate greater understanding of autism in the local community.

School Principal, Jane Carrington said the ball aimed to show the community that while life can sometimes seem black and white, it is important to recognise the individual diversity that brings all the colours of the rainbow to our lives.

“Aspect Riverina School’s Gala Ball is going to be spectacular night of celebration, with a number of guest speakers presenting information to inform and highlight the importance of inclusion in our community, live music and a three course meal.

“We want to celebrate the talents and strengths of individuals on the autism spectrum and acknowledge that while life can sometimes seem black and white, it is diversity that brings the colour to our lives.

Held in the Albury Entertainment Centre, the Black and White ball will feature guest speakers on the night including Judy Brewer (OA), Chris Varney (Founder and Chief Enabling Officer of I CAN Network) and British psychologist Tony Attwood.

Details of the event

Date: Saturday 29 October 2022

Address: Albury Entertainment Centre

Tickets: $140pp

The Aspect Riverina School was established in 2005 and currently caters for 105 students from Kindergarten through to HSC , including 15 students at the Wagga Wagga site, 10 students at the Xavier Catholic High School Satellite Class and 7 students at our Kindergarten site.

Aspect schools offer dynamic, individualised learning for students on the autism spectrum with an emphasis on a caring and nurturing approach. As leaders in education for students on the autism spectrum, Aspect has over 50 years experience in providing autism-specific schooling in Australia.