PO Box 16603
Rumford, RI, 02916
On behalf of Autism Society Rhode Island and our Board of Directors, we wish everyone a Happy & Healthy 2016
Lisa and Claudia
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Chapter Re-established November 2005
Goals Include: Enhancing community awareness, acceptance, and participation of individuals with autism; keeping updated on legislative activity; maintaining a supportive, informative network comprised of parents, teachers and community leaders.
Chapter Activities Include: Community awareness, advocacy and fundraising. Chapter website will provide information on local activities in support of autism awareness as well as links to other related sites.
Want to help support Autism Society Rhode Island? Donations may be made payable to Autism Society Rhode Island and mailed to P.O. Box 16603 Rumford, RI 02916. For additional information or questions, please call us at 401-595-3241 Thank you on behalf of the many individuals and their families living with Autism in Rhode Island.
About ASA - National
The Autism Society of America recognizes that families and individuals living with an autism spectrum disorder have a range of issues and needs. The National Conference of the Autism Society of America is the only organization that addresses the range of issues, including early intervention, education, employment, behavior, communication, social skills, biomedical interventions and others, across the entire lifespan. Bringing together the expertise and experiences of family members, professionals and individuals on the spectrum, our members are able to learn how to more effectively advocate and obtain supports for the individual with ASD. The ultimate goal is to empower family members, individuals on the spectrum and professionals to make informed decisions.
For specific updates from ASA National please visit the ASA-RI News page.
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