Supporting families impacted by autism.
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How You Can Help!

Take In

01. Educate Yourself

Learning about the symptoms and difficulties experienced by individuals affected by autism is the initial stage of comprehension. However, it doesn’t end there! Demonstrating empathy and understanding can contribute to making the world a more compassionate place.

Show Up

02. Be a Volunteer

Getting involved in your local community can have a significant impact, whether you’re an individual or a business. We invite both individuals and business owners to collaborate with us as we strive to promote autism awareness to the LC Valley and surrounding areas.

Give Back

03. Make a Donation

We urge individuals to contribute donations to support our efforts in aiding those in the LC Valley. Donations enable us to offer education, advocacy, and scholarships to those requiring assistance. Monetary donations are accepted, but we also value your time as a volunteer!

Speak Up

04. Spread the Word

Make sure to stay connected with us on Facebook and Instagram as we expand into the future. Stay updated on our achievements and breakthroughs. Please share our project on your social media page to demonstrate your support for autism awareness.

Upcoming Events

June - Adaptive Karate Class

This class is designed to empower individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities through a journey of martial arts.

June - Support group

Hosted the 2nd and 4th Wednesday | 6pm - 7pm Join us to support one another! Childcare and dinner will be available, please RSVP.

Jul - Support Group

Hosted the 2nd and 4th Wednesday | 6pm - 7pm An exclusive party for you! Enjoy some sun and fun at the Asotin Family Aquatic Center.

AUG - support group

Hosted the 2nd and 4th Wednesday | 6pm - 7pm Join us to support one another! Childcare and dinner will be available, please RSVP.

Sept - Campfire tour

Join us for outdoor fun! We've got you covered with marshmallow roasting and games. Build trust, reduce fear and confusion, and foster connections between law enforcement and at-risk individuals with autism.

Sept - Meet the Police

Build trust, reduce fear and confusion, and foster connections between law enforcement and at-risk individuals with autism.

Thank You

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