We have created resource guides for the following topics: Resources for Children Social and Recreational Opportunities Resources for Teens and Adults Resources for Educators The Autism Society provides information but it does not constitute medical or legal information. Referrals provided Continue reading
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Autism is a lifelong condition. As our children grow, their symptoms and needs will continue to change. Children and adults will vary in their capabilities. Some adults will be completely dependent on parents or caregivers; others will be able to Continue reading
Our Mission The mission of the Autism Society Inland Empire is to improve the lives of all affected by an autism spectrum disorder. We do this by increasing public awareness about the day-to-day issues faced by people on the spectrum, Continue reading
The Autism Society Inland Empire is a proud member of the following collaborations: Inland Empire Autism Transition Collaborative. Together with Riverside County Office of Education, we bring together a network of representatives from school districts, SELPAs, Universities, other governmental agencies, Continue reading
Please join the families, professionals and friends that make up the Autism Society Inland Empire’s growing network. Together we can bring about positive changes within the world of autism. As a member, you will receive the following: Membership at both Continue reading
Parents of individuals with autism or an education or speech professional who works with the autism community know that communication can be a challenge. Some individuals may not develop spoken language, while others have well-developed vocabularies, but are challenged with Continue reading
The Autism Society has compiled a list of resources for those who are interested in getting financial help to purchase an iPad. The Autism Society Inland Empire is happy to make “Our Favorite iPad Apps for Special Needs Children” available for no Continue reading