In Alabama, Autism is more than a Society, it’s a Family.
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Autism Safety Initiative
The Autism Safety Initiative is designed to assist first responders on the unique challenges individuals with autism may face in an emergency situation or interaction. First Responder agencies can apply to receive a grant for a sensory kit. This initiative provides safety resources for individuals with autism and their families.
Information And Resources
Autism Support of Alabama takes the lead on connecting people with information and resources related to autism. If you are in need of information about resources available in your community, don’t hesitate to call us at 1-877-4AUTISM or email email@example.com.
For over a decade, hundreds of families have benefited from Camp Frog Family Camp weekend, where care and worries can be put aside and families can focus on having fun and connecting with other families from across the state as they participate in adaptive camp activities at Camp ASCCA, located on beautiful Lake Martin.
Promoting education and providing accurate information is a priority for Autism Support of Alabama. We are committed to delivering crucial information and resources to ALL communities across the state through conferences, workshops and coffee chats which focus on a variety of autism-specific topics.
Give Your Way
There are so many great causes to support when choosing a nonprofit to receive your contribution. We hope that you will consider partnering with Autism Support of Alabama to serve individuals living with autism spectrum disorders and their families right here in our state. We are committed to providing meaningful programs which put tangible resources in the hands of those we serve and, in turn, make a lasting positive impact. Choose how your gift will improve the lives of those with autism in Alabama!