1 in 59 children now have Autism according to the Center for Disease Control (CDC 2018). 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 can help! 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.
For children with autism and other disabilities under the age of 9 years AND their family to have fun in a sensory friendly atmosphere! Bring brothers and sisters, grandparents, or behavior interventionists. Only $5 for the entire family.Find out more »
Presented by Chris Grant. Chris is an American Red Cross Training Instructor, Disaster Front line Supervisor and Graduate from FEMA's Emergency Management Institute with over 20 years experience in Emergency Management. Don't miss this important presentation. The first 100 participants will receive an Emergency Starter...Find out more »
Great workshop for parents and professionals interested in learning more about AAC - whether you have experience or not. This workshop will provide a range of low-tech options like using a communication book to high-tech like using an iPad. Participants will be able to try...Find out more »