AUTISM crusader Bianca Jane Appleford has received an Order of Australia Medal in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for “service to people living with autism”.
The Rye resident, who has an autistic son, was previously honoured by being
BONEO Primary School Pupils (pic-tured) are ready to put their best foot forward to help raise funds for a program that is helping ensure the brightest posible future for children with autism. Light Up Autism Foundation is hosting a three-k
Top citizen wants to extend and expand autism care
MORNINGTON Peninsula’s Citizen of the Year Bianca Appleford established the Light Up Autism Foundation on the southern peninsula, providing opportunities for children with autism spectrum disorder to access intensive therapy at school for
Bianca Appleford established the Light Up Autism Foundation, was named Frankston’s 2017 Citizen of the Year and was given the honour of taking part in the Queen’s Baton Relay last month. Frankly Frankston Magazine’s Kate Sears talks t
The new-look Dolphins will come up against VFL Premiers Port Melbourne this month in the inaugural Autism Helper Pre-Season Cup. The match will be an excellent opportunity for Frankston, who have been readmitted to the VFL, to test their li
McCRAE Lighthouse burst into a sea of light last Sunday 2 April to mark World Autism Day.
Organised by Bianca Appleford from Light Up Autism Foundation, over 300 people gathered to witness the illuminating of the lighthouse.