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YOUR voice represents autism in our community.  Your ongoing support of the Central Coast Autism Spectrum Center made all of the following possible in 2017!

  • Camp Expedition summer camp for 80 children on the autism spectrum
  • Teen/young adult dances, teen/young adult game nights, open mic nights, children’s craft days and zombie day
  • Phone and email support
  • Education and Employment Advocacy group participation, highlighting the unique needs of our autism community
  • First Responder Trainings continue and are now also integrated into classroom training programs at Cuesta.
  • Arts activities expanded this year to include Paint for Pets, and Art on the Spectrum workshops.  Every student was able to showcase their work at the SLO Art Museum and sold at least one piece!
  • Parent Support Groups
  • WALK for Autism and Awareness Fair
  • The LENS Group collaboration began, providing assistance to families needing extra support, now developing into a workshop series for 2018 to maximize the reach
  • Hispanic Outreach – collaboration has begun with local Promoters to improve our outreach to non-English speaking members of our autism community

And much much more…..

All of this happens because of YOU!   We need YOUR ongoing support to ensure that families and individuals touched by autism get a fair shake in our society.  We must continue developing opportunity and moving ahead towards positive systemic change.  YOUR ongoing support makes this possible.  All of this happens with no government grants, simply through the donations of regular people like you.  We are all volunteers and share a single focused vision of improving life for those with autism.

There are many ways you can contribute.  We are a 501c3 non-profit and any amount you give is tax deductible.  You can donate by logging into our website at SLOAutism.org or through direct mail.  Volunteer signups are now easy on our website as well.

A tremendous thank you for your ongoing support, sharing in the vision of full citizenship for those with autism.