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The Autism Society of Orange County, in unison with the Autism Society
of America, strives to promote lifelong access and opportunities for
persons within the autistic spectrum and their families, to be fully
included, participating members of their communities through advocacy,
public awareness, education, and research related to autism.
We are here for you!
a moment to browse through our website. Learn a little
gain some insight into autism. Find out how we can join
together to make a difference in our community.
would love to hear from you! Contact information for our
officers and support members is available here.
about the benefits of membership. If you are a parent,
professional, or an individual with autism we have services,
supports and understanding to offer to you.
will find some great links to autism related sites, as well as
useful information packets you can print directly from the
web. This listing is always growing so check back often.
news, announcements, community activities, and conference
updates. Please check back often.
out what resources are available for families, professionals
and individuals with autism within the Autism Society and in
would love to have a chance to meet you! Our support group
meetings, dates, times, locations, and directions are posted
here. Please check back often.
is autism? Here you will find information about and resources
relating to autism, including online publications to print out
from the web.
in having a parent voice for system change on a national level?
If so receive a copy of the Parent Rep. Application form for the
Interagency Coordinating Council (FICC)
by sending a blank email to this FICC email auto-responder: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like more information about the FICC please email your
ASA-OC webmaster, Hedy Hansen,
who is currently serving a three year term on the FICC.
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