About the Autism Society Inland Empire

Who We Are

36 years and counting, the Autism Society Inland Empire connects people to the resources they need through education, advocacy, support, information and referral, and community programming.

Mission & Vision

Vision

Creating a world where everyone in the Autism community is connected to the support they need, when they need it.

Mission & Vision

Mission

We create connections, empowering everyone in the Autism community with the resources needed to live fully.

Our History

Our local affiliate originated in 1986 autism was still considered to be rare. Leah Devulder, a divorced mom with a young son newly diagnosed searched for months for help. She finally heard of an Autism Conference in Long Beach. After attending, and grateful for the information and help, she was convinced that she needed to help the parents in her area. She needed to find 9 other people to start an official chapter, which was a challenge in the days without the internet. After months of looking, she found 8 other people and used her dog as the founding 10 members. In 1987, the name was changed to the Autism Society of America – Inland Empire Chapter and changed again in 2009 to the Autism Society Inland Empire.

We Are Hiring!

Strategic Plan

Are you passionate about making a difference in the lives of individuals with Autism? We’re looking for a dedicated Resource Specialist to join our team!

This part-time position requires 10-15 hours per week and offers a starting wage of $20 per hour.

Key Responsibilities:
Work with individuals with Autism, their families, and professionals to improve access to information and resources.
Support and assist in navigating multiple service systems.
Answer calls and emails during typical business hours (9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday) and occasionally in the evening and before weekend events.
Assist in compiling resources for toolkits and educational materials.
Provide resources on our social media channels.

Qualifications:
At least three years of lived or job experience in Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), community resources, and agencies that serve this community.
Experience with social media is preferred.
Spanish-speaking is highly preferred.
May require occasional work on weekends or evenings at outreach or large family events.

Join us in our mission to improve access to resources and support for the Autism community.

Please complete the job application and send it to admin@ieautism.org.

Our Values
Dignity,
where the value and self-determination
of every individual is upheld.
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Our Values
Equity,
where everyone with Autism achieves
the highest possible quality of life.
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Our Values
Inclusion,
where every person is integrated into society without
barriers or exceptions in a collaborative environment.
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Our Values
Diversity,
where everyone is respected for their
unique and individual differences.
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Our Values
Integrity,
where we conduct ourselves with honor, truth, and
respect in our thoughts, words, and actions.
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