Autism Society Of Indiana

Rating: 5 stars   8 reviews

Issues: Disabilities

Location: 13295 Illinois Street suite 213 Carmel IN 46032 USA

Mission: The Autism Society is Indiana's leader in the promotion of awareness and knowledge of autism through education, advocacy, information, and service referrals.
Results: In the first 9 months of 2012, the Allies supported over 533 Families, trained over 1,100 people, and participated in 52 outreach events.
Target demographics: ASI supports individuals of all ages, across the lifespan.
Direct beneficiaries per year: 2,500
Geographic areas served: ASI serves the entire state of Indiana
Programs: Indiana Allies - one on one individualized support for all people affected by autism by people affected by autism. CareerAlly - employment matching solution for young adults and adults with high-functioning autism in meaningful careers. Autism Expos in Carmel, Evansville, and Plymouth Support Groups / Parent Advisory Councils Teen & Tween Social Groups Project Lifesaver
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Rating: 5 stars  

The work that Autism Society of Indiana does is incredible. Hundreds of families receive personal attention every year from the Ally in their area. In addition, ASI also trains over 1000 people per year - parents, professionals, members of the public, and so on - in the basics of autism and how to best communication with people with autism. The Expos are a great way for families to connect with service providers and support groups in their area. And, the Autism Resource Network of Indiana, or ARNI, is a huge online database of events, providers, and other information related to autism.

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