The Rancho Adult group is a fun, social night for adults who are independent and need no supervision.  We meet the second Friday of the month from 6:30-8:30pm.  Pizza is usually served. 

Each month features an age appropriate event around a different theme.  Every 3 months this group meets out in the community.  The other times we meet at Abundant Living Church.  This is a drop off program.  You must RSVP.  Cost is generally $10 pp to pay for cost of pizza and supplies.   

Parents meet socially occasionally off site at a local restaurant.  

Thank you to Autism Behavior Services for co-facilitating this group.

Group Facilitators

Allison Mata, Autism Behavior Services Inc.  Allison has followed this career path because she wants to help people with special needs and their families to have the best quality of life possible. She is a behavior interventionist and Qualified Autism Support Provider (QASP) at Autism Behavior Services Inc and is currently working on my master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis. She has been in this field for over two years now and is grateful to her amazing husband who is very supportive of her career and education.  Autism Behavior Services Inc. (ABSI) very generously donates the staff for this event to help ensure that it goes as smoothly as possible. ABSI is engaged in many community building events as well as their regular services, such as 1:1 applied behavior analysis, social groups, and school services. This company currently provides services throughout the Inland Empire to children and adults.

Kathryn Ross has 2 grown children with autism. She has lived in Rancho Cucamonga for over 20 years and has been active in the autism community as a youth and young adult volunteer facilitator for 10 years. She especially enjoys helping children and young adults with autism learn practical life skills.