Welcome to the Autism Society Inland Empire
We are here to help!
More than 1 in 50 students in California have autism (California LAO Report on Special Education). If you or your loved one has recently been diagnosed with Autism, or you have been told that your child is exhibiting “autistic-like” behavior, it can be very challenging and stressful figuring out where to start and who to contact. We are the leading local resource for all things autism here in the Inland Empire. We serve over 5,000 individuals each year through our local Family Fun events, groups, workshops, and Resource Support. Click here to send us a note or give us a call, check out our web pages, or look for local resources in our Resource Guide pages. Check out our educational and family events. We are here to support you.
Our organization has been serving the Inland Empire for over 30 years. Our mission is to improve the lives of all affected by autism. We work to create a world where individuals and families living with autism are able to maximize their quality of life, are treated with the highest level of dignity, and live in a society in which their talents and skills are appreciated and valued.
Holiday Party Video
Thank you to our families who came out for our Frozen Winterland Holiday Party! We had over 500 people attend. Thank you to our sponsors, to our volunteers from Autism Spectrum Therapies and DPR Construction, and all who made it a special day. Happy Holidays to all!
Upcoming Special Events
Our Upcoming Events
Knowing how to safely interact with law enforcement can make all the difference, yet these skills are seldom taught to children or adults with autism. Come […]Find out more »
Enhance the effectiveness of your current strategies and supports using the latest evidence-based research on interoception. This course will help you gain an understanding of this […]Find out more »
Rancho Cucamonga,CA91701United States
Great for family members and professionals! Gain insight into unusual and challenging behaviors! Understand the Sensory-Motor differences experienced by individuals with ASD. Understand how every day […]Find out more »