ASIE provides many valuable services and resources for the local community regardless of membership status. As an all-volunteer organization, we are grateful for our volunteers and supporters who make these services possible:
Distributed twice a month to over 950 families and professionals with the latest in autism news and events in the Inland Empire.
Information and Referral
Free service by email or phone. Contact email@example.com or (909) 204-4142 x339.
Talk to a parent who has experience in advocating, educating and living with ASD. (951) 220-6922 or Spanish (951) 888-6669
Inland Empire Resource Guide.
Updated each year, this resource provides families and professionals with over 800 resources and 200 pages in this FREE downloadable pdf file! This is the most comprehensive guide to all autism-related programs and services in the Inland Empire. More than 75 topic areas, including Education, Advocacy, Therapies, Recreational Opportunities, Medical/Dental, and Colleges are covered.
Teen & Young Adult Group in Murrieta (recommended ages 14-24 years)
Meets at least twice a month for a fun event. Occasionally have lectures on topics that pertain to adults and adolescents on the spectrum. Contact Kelly Londenberg at (951) 678-8666 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Social Recreation Programs
In a state-wide survey done in March 2009, the Autism Society of California found that 53% of parents reported that their child had no friends. The lack of social skills was the number one concern of parents of children of all ages here in California. It’s a simple idea – people make friends with others with the same or similar interest. We are working hard to give our children, teens and adults a chance to socialize in a safe place with others that have the same interest. Thanks in part to a grant from The Community Foundation Serving Riverside and San Bernardino Counties, we are proud to offer these classes. Visit our Social Recreation page for a full listing of events.
Enforcement Awareness Initiative for 2011
We are proud to partner with the KVCR Autism Initiative to develop awareness material for the wonderful men and women who serve our communities in Law Enforcement.
Inland Empire Autism Transition Collaborative
Founded by the Autism Society, this group is composed of representatives from school districts, SELPAs, Universities, other governmental agencies, businesses, parents and individuals on the autism spectrum who are dedicated to finding employment and higher education options for adults and teens with disabilities.
Our families have enjoyed a day at a ranch, train rides on the Polar Express, camping and a day at the ballpark. These outings provide families with a safe environment that they can expose their child to a new experience. Look for more fun events coming in 2011!
We offer low-cost workshops on a variety of topics important to our autism community. Visit our workshop page for a current listing.
Local, State and National Advocacy
Though our work with the Alliance of California Autism Organizations (ACAO),the Inland Empire Autism Regional Taskforce, efforts through our National office and our relationships with local leaders, we continue to work for a brighter future for all of our families.