A Place for All Pieces
Chess club meets on the first and third Wednesday of each month. If your child is at least 5 years old, and you are interested in attending, please email us at chess@APlaceForAllPieces.org. Siblings are welcome.
Autism & Asperger’s Empowerment
Contact: Arman Khodaei 909-996-9706
A special program designed to empower people on the autism spectrum to reach their full potential in life. Learn how to make friends, learn how to date and talk to people of the opposite gender, learn how to deal with anxiety, and much more. Check schedule for game days.
Murrieta Teen & Adult Group – Autism Society Inland Empire
Contact Kelly Londenberg at (951) 220-6922 or email@example.com
Meets at the Murrieta Community Center. 41810 Juniper St., Murrieta, CA, 92562. Murrieta Area Meets twice a month for fun event. Once at the Community Center, once out in the community. Occasionally have lectures on topics that pertain to adults and adolescents on the spectrum. Check schedule for game days.
Rancho Cucamonga Adults – Autism Society Inland Empire
Meets once a month. Group for adults over 18 – fun, age appropriate events each month facilitated by volunteers. This is a drop off program. Check the schedule for game days. http://www.ieautism.org
Riverside Adults with Aspergers and Autism Meetup –
This meet-up is for high-functioning autistic adults who want to socialize and connect with other like-minded individuals. Any adult with high-functioning Autism is welcome to join this group. We will participate in various social activities to have fun and get to know each other. Game nights twice a month.
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