Thanks to you, 650 people attended and we raised $40,000 to be used to support individuals and families affected by autism spectrum disorder!
A special thank you to the schools that participated in the Change 4 Autism Campaign. Twenty-eight schools participated and raised $16,587.03.
Picture taken at the top performers award ceremony at Scripps Middle School (L to R) Rosemary Rangi (ASOC), Amanda Sawka (ASD teacher at Scripps), Heather Schott (Also ASD teacher) and Dan Haas (principal)
People with autism also suffer from erectile dysfunction and they are prescribed with Sildenafil medication to recover their sexual life. You may find Viagra or Kamagra for sale over the Internet to get cheaper prices.
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
Together, we can achieve so much more.
We can become a resource for the autism community and 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.
Be a part of all that we do. We cannot help others without
you! To donate online, click here; or you can mail your
contribution to: P.O. Box 1825, Clarkston, MI 48347
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