Role Playing Gaming Club

Calling all RPG adventure lovers! This is a virtual event for individuals who enjoy playing RPG.  Club is held Saturday nights from 6:30-8:30pm.  Tabletop Simulator is required to play. Must be 16+ years old. RSVP by emailing events@ieautism.org

Teens Take the Lead Social Club

Purple Easel 880 Rochester Ave, Ontario, CA

Purple Easel Private Event. In-person. Ages 13-17. Siblings allowed if they fall into that same age group. $15 per child - must be paid online during registration. This is not a drop off event. Family member or caretaker must stay with child/children during the event. Limited capacity. Registration will close at 20.

Skills for Being Safe in Public

Are you worried about being safe in the community? Traveling on public transportation? Dealing with people calling you mean names? This class is for you! This class will be taught by Kidpower, a global nonprofit leader in personal safety education for all ages, teaching skills for strong relationships and the prevention of harm. Spanish translation will be available.

Online Art Class

Free class! Bring your colored pencils, colored markers, crayons and learn to draw something new each week! All ages are welcomed!

Talk To Me Tuesday

Online support group for parents, individuals with ID/DD, and professionals to get together & connect!

Ages 8 to 12 – Hands on Art Coachella Valley

Old Town Artisan Studios 78046 Calle Barcelona, La Quinta, CA, La Quinta, CA

Ages 8 to 12 – The Autism Society Inland Empire has partnered with Old Town Artisan Studios to offer creative art experiences to students ages 8-12 with ASD and their siblings who are in the same age range (limited to 2 siblings).    Students will work alongside the instructor as they demonstrate and instruct participants through the entire process. Art mediums including drawing, painting, clay sculpting, glass painting and other creative content to give students the opportunity to have fun and explore their creativity. Cost is $5 per person. Limited capacity – 10 students per class. This program is not a drop–off event. Caregivers 18 yrs. old and older will not partake in the event’s activities but must be present during the duration, [...]

Role Playing Gaming Club

Calling all RPG adventure lovers! This is a virtual event for individuals who enjoy playing RPG.  Club is held Saturday nights from 6:30-8:30pm.  Tabletop Simulator is required to play. Must be 16+ years old. RSVP by emailing events@ieautism.org

Talk To Me Tuesday

Online support group for parents, individuals with ID/DD, and professionals to get together & connect!

Ages 13-17 Hands on Art Coachella Valley

Ages 13 to17 - The Autism Society Inland Empire has partnered with Old Town Artisan Studios to offer creative art experiences to students ages 13-17 with ASD and their siblings who are in the same age range (limited to 2 siblings).      Students will work alongside the instructor as they demonstrate and instruct participants through the entire process. Art mediums including drawing, painting, clay sculpting, glass painting and other creative content to give students the opportunity to have fun and explore their creativity. Cost is $5 per person. Limited capacity - 10 students per class. This program is not a drop-off event. Caregivers 18 yrs. old and older will not partake in the event’s activities but must be present during the duration, no exceptions. Registration is only [...]

Rancho Cucamonga Young Adult Group

The group will be hosting a Valentine's bingo night. This event is intended for independent adults over 18 years old. No parents allowed. Please RSVP!

Tour De Palm Springs

he Autism Society Inland Empire is proud to be a part of the 25th Annual Tour de Palm Springs Coachella Valley. charity bike ride and walk. Tour de Palm Springs is a CVSPIN organized event designed to raise money for nonprofit organizations located in the Coachella Valley. Each year the organizers endeavor to support almost 100 local charities with money raised. Help the Autism Society Inland Empire reach our $2500 goal by registering to Ride or Walk, donating online, or simply sharing our event via email or social media. Please enter ASIE23 code.

Role Playing Gaming Club

Calling all RPG adventure lovers! This is a virtual event for individuals who enjoy playing RPG.  Club is held Saturday nights from 6:30-8:30pm.  Tabletop Simulator is required to play. Must be 16+ years old. RSVP by emailing events@ieautism.org

High Desert Teen Meet Up

Free, in-person social club for teens, aged 13-17. We will meet the 2nd Sunday each month, at The Market at Town's End, inside the roller rink, behind The Silo. (No roller skating will occur in February and March. The Dj will be placed elsewhere that day.) We will do a meet & greet, fun icebreaker, & then enjoy board games or other activities. This provides the teens an opportunity to meet others and practice their social skills out in the community. Siblings are welcome to participate if fall into the same age group. This program is not a drop-off event. Caregivers 18 yrs. old and older will not partake in the event’s activities [...]

Life Hacks

Special presentation for teens and adults with Autism presented by Arman Khodaei, an adult with Autism. Close Captioning and/or ASL If you require a close caption service or an American Sign Language interpreter for a webinar, please send an email with the webinar title, date, and time to our Program Coordinator, Anel Ibarra, events@ieautism.org at least seven business days before the webinar is to take place.

Jump Night at Big Air

Big Air 705 N Main St., Corona, CA

2 hours $18 per jumper (compared to $42). Jumpers must wear grip socks (available for purchase there or you can bring yours). Parents/caretakers are free if you are not jumping. Toddlers under age 3 require an adult to supervise. Compete the online waiver to save time at registration. Snacks available for purchase.

Hands on Art Coachella Valley for Adults

The Autism Society Inland Empire has partnered with Old Town Artisan Studios to offer creative art experiences for adults with ASD and their siblings who are in the same age range (limited to 2 siblings).   Students will work alongside the instructor as they demonstrate and instruct participants through the entire process. Art mediums including drawing, painting, clay sculpting, glass painting and other creative content to give students the opportunity to have fun and explore their creativity. Cost is $5 per person. Limited Capacity - 10 students per class. Registration is only online. Payment will not be taken at the door. Last day to request refunds is February 15th. Please do not attend event if you or your loved [...]

Role Playing Gaming Club

Calling all RPG adventure lovers! This is a virtual event for individuals who enjoy playing RPG.  Club is held Saturday nights from 6:30-8:30pm.  Tabletop Simulator is required to play. Must be 16+ years old. RSVP by emailing events@ieautism.org

Talk To Me Tuesday

Online support group for parents, individuals with ID/DD, and professionals to get together & connect!

Jump Nights at Get Air – Palm Desert

Fun for all ages! This is a special price for Autism Society Inland Empire families: 2 hours $14 per child (including siblings). CASH ONLY Jumpers must wear grip socks, available for purchase there $4, or you can bring yours. Parents/caretakers jump for free. Toddlers under age 3 require an adult to supervise. Complete the online waiver to save time at registration. You will pay at the door. All jumpers must be supervised by a parent or caregiver. Join us for a night of jumping fun in a safe, inclusive environment.

Remote Work Application and Information Night

Thanks to a grant from the California Department of Developmental Services, this project is for 12 Regional Center clients who want to be employed or think they may be employed as a remote worker. Remote work is done outside a traditional office environment, also called work from home or telecommuting. Remote workers can do their jobs anywhere in the world, including their home, a co-working space, etc., where they can access the internet. Ideal candidates will be motivated to work, stay focused on computer tasks for at least 3-4 hours a day, and be willing to take constructive feedback. If you [...]

Surprise Trivia

The group will be hosting a surprise trivia. This event is intended for independent adults over 18 years old. No parents allowed. Please RSVP!

Teens Take the Lead Social Club

Teens Take the Lead is about connecting teens on the autism spectrum & their siblings together to build friendships, self-confidence, and independence in the community.  It’s designed for teens 13-17 years with social challenges who can function independently in small groups and is inclusive of their neurotypical siblings.  On Saturday, February 25th from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm. We will meet at Lost Levels Arcade, inside the Claremont Packing House. Teens will have the opportunity to play original classic arcade games and modern pinball machines while socializing with peers. Many of the arcade games are 2 players, promoting teamwork.  $15 per teen participant must be paid online prior to the event.   All games are set on unlimited, free-play during the duration [...]

Role Playing Gaming Club

Calling all RPG adventure lovers! This is a virtual event for individuals who enjoy playing RPG.  Club is held Saturday nights from 6:30-8:30pm.  Tabletop Simulator is required to play. Must be 16+ years old. RSVP by emailing events@ieautism.org

Listening Session for the Autism and Developmental Disability Community

Central Park 11200 Base Line Road, Rancho Cucamonga, CA

This is an in-person event. Meet and talk with Deputies about your experiences and ask any questions about law enforcement. Family Members and Community Members - a short presentation by the Sheriff's Office and the San Bernardino County Public Defender's Office on current law enforcement topics impacting our community. If you require Spanish translation, close caption services or an American Sign Language interpreter, please send an email with the event title, date, and time to our Program Coordinator, Anel Ibarra, events@ieautism.org at least seven business days before the event takes place.

Parent Coffee Hour

Parenting special needs children can bring immense joy but can also bring unique challenges. Come share your journey with other parents who understand. RSVP by emailing paloma@olivetreeot.com

Conservatorship Investigations and Hearing- What You Can Expect

This is an online presentation. The topic will be Conservatorship Investigations and Hearing- What You Can Expect. Presenter: Brian Herritt Brian is a national subject matter expert and instructor of persons with autism and developmental disabilities. Spanish Translation will be available. If you require Spanish translation, close caption services or an American Sign Language interpreter for a webinar, please send an email with the webinar title, date, and time to our Program Coordinator, Anel Ibarra, events@ieautism.org at least seven business days before the webinar is to take place.

Ages 8 to 12 – Hands on Art Coachella Valley

Ages 8 to 12 – The Autism Society Inland Empire has partnered with Old Town Artisan Studios to offer creative art experiences to students ages 8-12 with ASD and their siblings who are in the same age range (limited to 2 siblings).    Students will work alongside the instructor as they demonstrate and instruct participants through the entire process. Art mediums including drawing, painting, clay sculpting, glass painting and other creative content to give students the opportunity to have fun and explore their creativity. Cost is $5 per person. Limited capacity – 10 students per class. This program is not a drop–off event. Caregivers 18 yrs. old and older will not partake in the event’s activities but must be present during the duration, no [...]

Event Series Role Playing Gaming Club

Role Playing Gaming Club

Calling all RPG adventure lovers! This is a virtual event for individuals who enjoy playing RPG.  Club is held Saturday nights from 6:30-8:30pm.  Tabletop Simulator is required to play. Must be 16+ years old. RSVP by emailing events@ieautism.org

Ages 13 to 17 – Hands on Art Coachella Valley

Ages 13 to17 - The Autism Society Inland Empire has partnered with Old Town Artisan Studios to offer creative art experiences to students ages 13-17 with ASD and their siblings who are in the same age range (limited to 2 siblings).      Students will work alongside the instructor as they demonstrate and instruct participants through the entire process. Art mediums including drawing, painting, clay sculpting, glass painting and other creative content to give students the opportunity to have fun and explore their creativity. Cost is $5 per person. Limited capacity - 10 students per class. This program is not a drop-off event. Caregivers 18 yrs. old and older will not partake in the event’s activities but must be present during the duration, no exceptions. Registration is only [...]

Rancho Cucamonga Young Adult Group

The group will be hosting a St. Patrick's Bingo & Charades. This event is intended for independent adults over 18 years old. No parents allowed. Please RSVP!

Murrieta Teen/Adult Group

Murrieta Public Library 8 Town Square (Community Room), Murrieta, CA

We are excited to announce the Murrieta Teen/Adult Group is back! We will be meeting at the Murrieta Public Library Community Room on Sat, March 11th from 12:15 to 1:45 PM. Bring your favorite game or activity and a dish for the potluck to share with the group. Disclaimer: This program is not a drop-off event or a therapeutic option. Caregivers 18 yrs. old and older will not partake in the event’s activities but must be present during the duration, no exceptions. Space is limited. Please RSVP!

Contact Info

420 N McKinley, Suite 111-118 Corona CA 92879 79405 Hwy 111 Ste 9-184 La Quinta, CA 92253

Phone: (951) 220-6922

Fax: 458 761-9562

Web: Autism Society Inland Empire

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