Improving the Lives of All Affected by Autism
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Our organization was founded in 1985 by a group of concerned parents and membership is open to all those who care about people with autism.
To learn more go to the About Us page.
ASOC Family Gathering
Wed., July 22, 4pm - 9pm
Troy Community Center
This year, we will take the fun indoors at the Troy Community Center
21st Annual Golf for Autism
Mon., Sept. 14, 10am -7pm
Pine Knob Golf Course
The Funds raised during this event enable us to support services and groups in our community.
Previous Events Include
Exercise Connection Workshop Success!
2015 Walk 4 Autism Success!
The Autism spectrum is very large. If you this of it as a rainbow (or a bell curve), you'll note that there's an awful lot of the spectrum that is at neither one end nor the other - but somewhere in the middle.
At the point in history, we don't have good information to tell us whether most people on the spectrum are "somewhere in the middle" but it is clear that the lion's share of media attention goes to the folks at the high and low ends of the spectrum.
To read more from this recent About Health article Click Here.
The latest edition of The Advocate, our newsletter, is now available!
For more information view: Newsletters
Become a Member!
Together, we can achieve our mission of improving the lives of all affected by autism. Thousands of individuals, families, professionals and agencies are already part of the Autism Society. We can become not only a resource for the autism community but also an agent of change to help people get the services and supports they need throughout their lifetime.
For more information visit our Membership page
Volunteers are at the heart of all that we do! You can help.
Once a month this opportunity is offered for teens and young adults within the ASD spectrum to get together and have fun!
We have all types of activities including: video games, ping pong, basketball, floor hockey and board games. We even have a DJ that plays all the latest hits for those who enjoy dancing.
The friendship Club is run by volunteers. Parents and siblings are welcome to come. Siblings should be 12 years or older, please, as this event is geared for teens/young adults.
To learn more, visit the ASOC Friendship Club Website
These groups are able to brainstorm topics ranging from newly diagnosed, to therapeutic approaches, IEP concerns, transitional issues, employment and much more.
To learn more, see our Community page.