Jump Night at Big Air

Fun for all ages! This is a special price for Autism Society Inland Empire families: 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.

Boomers – Palm Springs

Boomers 67-700 E Palm Canyon Dr., Cathedral City, CA, United States

Fun for the entire family! The Autism Society Inland Empire has rented out Boomers in Palm Springs! Cost is $15 for 13+ years, $10 for kids 3-12 years, children 2 and under are FREE. Two slices of pizza and a soft drink for each paid guest included.

Rancho – Scavenger Hunt

The Rancho Cucamonga Group will be hosting a Scavenger Hunt Night. This event is intended for independent adults over 18 years old. No parents allowed. Please RSVP!

Preschool Presentation

Join us for a free online webinar. When choosing a preschool for your little one to attend, there is a lot you need to consider - and if your child has special needs, that can feel like it is doubly true. For children with a developmental disability or the parents suspect there may be learning differences, choosing a preschool can be anxiety provoking. Close Captioning and/or ASL If you require a close caption services or an American Sign Language interpreter, please send an email with the webinar title, date, and time to our Program Coordinator, Anel Ibarra, events@ieautism.org at least seven [...]

Focus Group for Native Americans

SBVC - Business Conference Center 701 S Mt. Vernon Ave., San Bernardino, CA, United States

Call for Native American Parents who have a child with Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy or Intellectual disabilities! The Autism Society Inland Empire would love to hear from you, learn about your needs and what services and supports you are looking for. We will be hosting a lunch and a safe space for you to talk about your experiences interacting with different systems and how we can help.

Adults Diagnosed Later in Life

This is a dynamic support group who suspect or have obtained a late diagnosis of Autism (as a teen or adult). We welcome those who have been self-diagnosed. This closed group allows you a safe space to discuss issues important to you. Peers offer tips and strategies.

Online Focus Group for Native American Parents

Call for Native American Parents who have a child with Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy or Intellectual disabilities! The Autism Society Inland Empire would love to hear from you, learn about your needs and what services and supports you are looking for.

Ages 8 to 12 – Hands on Art

Ages 8 to12 - 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.

Virtual Tabletop Gaming Group

The RPG is changing its name to The Virtual Tabletop Gaming Group. We have decided to change our name since we play a wide variety of virtual tabletop games like Chess, Uno, Monopoly and Clue as well as role play games like Dungeons and Dragons. Our new schedule: We’ll meet on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month at 7:00 pm (6:45 if you are new or need technical help). You will need a (free) Steam account and within Steam you need to purchase Tabletop Simulator for $19.99 (this is a one-time only purchase.)

Life Hacks

This is a special presentation for teens and adults with Autism presented by Arman Khodaei, an adult with Autism. The topic is Technology and How Autism Defines you.

CV Support Group

This month's topic is: Present Levels - IEP's Seed of Services. Our special guest is Martha Barragan M.A., BCBA. Join us and bring the most recent IEP (or you can use our template) to understand this very important section known as “Present Levels” and how it connects to services for your loved ones at school.  Sorry, no childcare.

Ages 13 to 17 – Hands on Art

Ages 13 to17 - 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.

Rancho – Halloween Party

The Rancho Cucamonga Group will be hosting a Halloween Party. This online event is intended for independent adults over 18 years old. No parents allowed. Please RSVP!

Murrieta Teen/Adult Group

French Valley Library 31526 Skyview Rd., Winchester, CA, United States

Join the Murrieta Teen/Adult Group for a Costume Party and Potluck! We will be meeting at the French Valley Library Community Room on Sat, Oct 14th from 12:15 PM to 1:45 PM. We’re encouraging participants to bring a dish for the potluck to share with the group. No scary costumes please. Fun and colorful Halloween costumes are encouraged. You must RSVP. Hope you are able to join us.

Jump Night at Big Air

Fun for all ages! This is a special price for Autism Society Inland Empire families: 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.

Words Beyond Speech

Julie Sando from Autistically Inclined will be our guest speaker. Words Beyond Speech: The Game Changing Lives of Text-Based Communications. See it in action. Non-speakers spelling their thoughts out, one letter at a time. Learn about the brain-body disconnect and how to help your unreliable speaker gain access to a life of possibilities, through 26 letters. Spanish Translation will be available Special Close Captioning and/or ASL If you require a close caption service 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 [...]

Adults 18+ Hands on Art

For adults 18+ - The Autism Society Inland Empire has partnered with Old Town Artisan Studios to offer creative art experiences to adults 18+ 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.

Halloween Spooktacular

La Quinta Community Park 77865 Avenida Montezuma, La Quinta, United States

Join us for a Fa-Boo-lous time at the Autism Society Inland Empire Halloween Spooktacular Trunk-or-Treat for the Autism and intellectual/developmental disability community. The free family-friendly event offers individuals an opportunity to celebrate Halloween in a safe and supportive environment. The Trunk-or-Treat will feature carnival games, a corn maze and inflatables, trick-or-treat stations, community resources, and more. This is a fun, safe alternative to nighttime trick or treating, particularly for those with sensory issues, and a great activity for children to practice and improve their language and social skills.

Virtual Tabletop Gaming Group

The RPG is changing its name to The Virtual Tabletop Gaming Group. We have decided to change our name since we play a wide variety of virtual tabletop games like Chess, Uno, Monopoly and Clue as well as role play games like Dungeons and Dragons. Our new schedule: We’ll meet on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month at 7:00 pm (6:45 if you are new or need technical help). You will need a (free) Steam account and within Steam you need to purchase Tabletop Simulator for $19.99 (this is a one-time only purchase.)

Parental Involvement in Schools: How to Make a Difference

Our special speaker is Flora Martinez. Flora has a 22 year old ASD son, who has been a client of the Regional Center since he was 4. She's the Educational Specialist for Autism Society Inland Empire, serves as a Trustee for Ontario-Montclair School District, and is the chair of the In-Home Supportive Services Advisory Committee. Flora's passion lies in helping families overcome some of the systematic obstacles they might face in obtaining services for their loved ones. She aims to empower families through education.

Adults Diagnosed Later in Life

This is a dynamic support group who suspect or have obtained a late diagnosis of Autism (as a teen or adult). We welcome those who have been self-diagnosed. This closed group allows you a safe space to discuss issues important to you. Peers offer tips and strategies.

Rancho Group – Bowling

Bowlero 7930 Haven Ave., Rancho Cucamonga, CA, United States

This is a private event for the Autism Society Inland Empire Rancho Cucamonga Young Adult Group.  Bowling Package: $25 per bowler includes 1.5 hrs of bowling & shoe rental, 2 slices of pizza and a drink. Because we have to pre-pay, this event is non-refundable.  Space is limited - First come, first serve. You must RSVP and pay online through the link. Last day to register is October 24th. 

Ages 8 to 12 – Hands on Art

Ages 8 to12 - 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.

Autism Acceptance Walk

Cathedral City Community Amphitheatre 68526 Ave Lalo Guerrero, Cathedral City, CA, United States

Join us for an amazing day of community as we raise funds to improve the lives of children & adults with Autism. Register your family, donate, volunteer, or sponsor the Walk today!

Event Series Virtual Tabletop Gaming Group

Virtual Tabletop Gaming Group

The RPG is changing its name to The Virtual Tabletop Gaming Group. We have decided to change our name since we play a wide variety of virtual tabletop games like Chess, Uno, Monopoly and Clue as well as role play games like Dungeons and Dragons. Our new schedule: We’ll meet on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month at 7:00 pm (6:45 if you are new or need technical help). You will need a (free) Steam account and within Steam you need to purchase Tabletop Simulator for $19.99 (this is a one-time only purchase.)

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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