Autism Society Inland Empire

Autism Day at the Cove is back! We have rented the entire park from 1pm-6pm! Funny little girl swims in a pool in an yellow life preserver

Admission is $10 per person (children 3 and under are free). You may order a pre-paid lunch for another $5 per person (cheeseburger, chicken sandwich, chicken nuggets or gluten free hamburger meals). Or the snack bar will be open and you can purchase food on your own.

Sorry, no outside food can be brought in. No cancellations or refunds after 06/10/2015.
$5 for lunch and $10 admission is a – $15 pp savings!
Click here to RSVP.

This video was the words that our young adults wanted to tell the world. We asked three questions: what do you want, what are you tired of, and what are you afraid of? These are their answers. ASIE debuted “I Want Something More” video and website at our Employment First Conference on Monday, May 4th and we hope that it can be used to educate professionals and policy makers about the need for creating appropriate services now for our young adults! Thank you to the young adults and family members, especially Sean Lewis who took all the wonderful photos.

We had over 1,000 people attend the 2015 Superhero Walk for Autism at Rancho Jurupa Park on Sun, April 25, 2015. We raised over $37,000! Thank you to all of our superheroes – our walkers, our sponsors, our vendors, and our volunteers for making the day a success!

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We at the Autism Society Inland Empire have been working on the issue of lack of Employment and Day Programs for the Autism Community for years. Thanks to a collaboration with Inland Regional Center, we were able to collect data that proved what we had known for a long time- current services are not working for our adults with ASD. Below find an Inforgraph illustrating the alarming crisis in our adult service system.

2015 Employment Crisis

We had 30 businesses participate in the Coloring for the Future of Autism project this year. Money raised from this project will help the Autism Society Inland Empire fund Art programs in the IE, and the ASIE yearly calendar which highlights the gifts and abilities of our local artists with ASD, the Helps to fund TV and radio programs to continue to keep the awareness in the community KVCR Autism Initiative and Provide scholarships to students with ASD in San Bernardino Valley Colleges the San Bernardino Valley College Autism

For more info contact Lillian Vasquez at KVCR at (909) 384-4331 or