Autism Society of America

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Autism Society of America
Autism Society of America is listed in the Social Service Organizations category in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. Displayed below are the social networks for Autism Society of America which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Linkedin company page, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Autism Society of America on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 99.

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Chadds Ford, PA 19317
(610) 358-5256

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NASCAR fans....Enjoy the AAA 400 on June 4 and help Autism Delaware! Autism Delaware, working with the Dover International Speedawy in Dover, Delaware is providing for a special weekend of events for individuals and families impacted by autism. To learn more about this event and to purchase special priced tickets, go to Direct link for tickets is here: http://www.aaadriveforautism.org/

From Paul Shattuck, PhD of Drexel University's A.J. Drexel Autism Institute: PhD: I am excited to announce the release of the 2017 National Autism Indicators Report: Developmental Disability Services and Outcomes in Adulthood, which examines data from 3,500 adults with ASD ages 18-64 who used state DD services and took the 2014-15 National Core Indicators Adult Consumer Survey. Billions are spent each year on services for people on the autism spectrum. Relatively little is spent trying to understand the types and amount of services people need, as well as the services they actually end up getting or the outcomes of them. This report continues our tradition of publishing dashboard-like statistics about how life is turning out across the course of people’s lives. As with previous National Autism Indicators Reports, we discovered a range of problems that deserve urgent attention. For instance, 27% of adults with autism who use state developmental disability (DD) services have no work or other day activities. Only 14% hold a paying job in their community. Other topics we explored include health, mental health, use of DD services, living arrangements, community participation and the exercise of choice.
National Autism Indicators Report: Developmental Disability Services and Outcomes in Adulthood An in-depth report on developmental disability services and outcomes


RT @ASSEWi: The author of this article, John Elder Robison, will be the Saturday Keynote speaker at the Autism Society... https://t.co/pdFp…


RT @AMCTheatres: We're proud to partner w/ @AutismSociety on #AMCSensoryFriendly movies. Check out the schedule for the rest of May! https:…

Autism Society of America statement on President Trump's Proposed Budget The Autism Society of America is deeply concerned about the far-reaching effects of President Trump's budget on people with disabilities. The budget plan would slash an additional $610 billion from Medicaid over 10 years, on top of $800 billion in cuts included in the House version of the American Health Care Act. That jeopardizes a vital lifeline for millions nationwide who rely on Medicaid to foster community participation and full integration into society. The proposal also includes a loss of $72 billion in disability benefits. The combination of massive cuts to Medicaid, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) could undo decades of progress and give states the power to limit benefits that millions of Americans with disabilities rely on for their health and well-being. Today's announcement reinforces the importance of shoring up our nation's long term care service delivery system to address the needs of people with disabilities and their families. As an organization dedicated to advocating for more than 3 million people on the autism spectrum, the Autism Society of America is calling for a plan that enables individuals and families to access the supports needed to achieve the highest quality of life. We urge all Americans to stand up for our most vulnerable members of society by urging Congress to reject any plan that fails to fully restore these cuts. We implore elected officials and policymakers to reconsider eliminating critical safety nets and much-needed support and services for people with disabilities and allow people with disabilities to be part of the conversation as the federal budget debate progresses.

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Sensory Friendly Films Don't miss the next Sensory Friendly Film, "Alien: Covenant," showing tomorrow, Tuesday, May 23 at 7 p.m. local time in participating theatres nationwide. To find a theatre near you visit: https://www.amctheatres.com/programs/sensory-friendly-films


RT @ASSEWi: Did you know the Autism Society of America's National conference is in Milwaukee this year? Details - click... https://t.co/P9…


This Brave Mother Inspires PlushBeds to Give $10,000 to the Autism Society story.cd/AAGpyT