The April mid-month newsletter is out! See what’s happening the last two weeks of April! Read it here. Read all about what’s happening at the Autism Society of Texas in April! We are grateful to have numerous partnerships with local businesses, excited about our upcoming Talent Show, and can’t wait for […]
Read our special edition Autism Awareness Newsletter here. April is right around the corner! At the Autism Society of Texas, we’re excited to promote not only awareness, but also acceptance, for everyone affected by autism. We have many events happening throughout the month, including City Proclamations declaring Autism Awareness Month, fundraisers […]
We have so many great things going on! Read all about it here: March Newsletter March Mid-Month Updates Are you getting our newsletter? Subscribe here.
We are excited to announce that we have hired a part time Regional Coordinator for San Antonio! Lisa Owens received her bachelor’s degree in Communication Disorders from Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio, Texas. She specializes in Special Education Advocacy and has trained parents throughout the state […]
Please join the Autism Society of Texas, Autism Speaks, Easterseals, Coalition of Texans with Disabilities, Texans for Special Education Reform, and other nonprofit groups, stakeholders, parents, and concerned advocates, as we come together to advocate for the needs of children and adults with autism, and their families. We’ll hear from […]
Check out our February newsletter and mid-month updates! Read about events and happenings for adults and kids with autism, as well as their families or caregivers. February Newsletter February Mid-Month Updates Subscribe to our newsletter here.
We sent our Administrative Coordinator, Jacquie Benestante, to the Autism Society of America’s “Day on the Hill” Advocacy Conference last week from February 15-17th in Washington D.C. Autism Society affiliates from all over the country were educated on a number of legislative issues affecting adults and children with autism and their families. […]
Read about what’s going on in Texas and hear about our upcoming trip to Washington D.C. February Advocacy News
Kiki McGuinn MSSW Intern Kiki McGuinn received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Spanish at Seattle University in Washington State. She moved to San Francisco to participate in the Jesuit Volunteer Corps where she worked as a Children’s Program Assistant at Raphael House, a homeless shelter for families in the […]
In January we started a new monthly series, the Brown Bag Learning Lunch. Join us at our office (or watch live on Facebook), as we discuss different issues affecting individuals and families with autism. Feel free to bring your lunch with you as you hear from local experts. Check out […]