All of our in-person events and groups are cancelled until further notice due to COVID-10, however, we have new online events and resources for you to enjoy!

Basic Needs

The Autism Society Inland Empire started an Emergency Basic Need fund to distribute food and masks to our most vulnerable families in a safe and effective manner.  Thanks to your generosity, we have provided food to over 100 families and have distributed almost 100,000 masks to our local community.

Conferences and Training

The Autism Society Inland Empire is committed to bringing in national speakers, who are leaders in their field, to the Inland Empire so that individuals with autism, family members, and professionals have access to the latest and the best information.

Equity

And although some utilities actually deliver physical goods — like water utilities which actually deliver water — utilities are usually treated as services.

Parent Support

Families with a child or adult with program are faced with many challenges: learning what services each organization provides, new vocabulary, and how to access those services just to start. Our staff at the Autism Society Inland Empire are all parents who have children or adults with autism and live in the Inland Empire.

Resources

Our extensive Resource Database lists over 700 resources for the autism community in one place and is updated monthly.  New COVID-19 Resource Library.

Safety & Disaster Preparedness

The Autism Society Inland Empire is working with subject matter experts on this project to help individuals and families know where to find life-saving resources and to prepare to survive a disaster.

Social Recreation

And although some utilities actually deliver physical goods — like water utilities which actually deliver water — utilities are usually treated as services.

System Advocacy

And although some utilities actually deliver physical goods — like water utilities which actually deliver water — utilities are usually treated as services.

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