Autism Society of Texas Premier Partners
We are pleased to acknowledge the businesses and organizations that have joined us in support of the programs and services we offer to enhance the lives of individuals with autism.
Through the Autism Society of Texas Premier Partner program, we offer select organizations the opportunity to align with us in support of the Texas autism community. Our Autism Society of Texas Premier Partners generously give a minimum of $5,000 cash and/or in-kind donations to help fuel the success of our programs and services over a 12-month period. Premier Partners are recognized and promoted to Autism Society of Texas members, followers and fans via the Autism Society of Texas website, social media, and in other promotions throughout the year.
If your company or organization is interested in becoming an Autism Society of Texas Premier Partner, please contact Jacquie Benestante at 512-479-4199 Ext. 4, or email her at email@example.com.
Autism Society of Texas encourages patronage to the Premier Partner businesses and participation in the organizations who have dedicated their support to the Texas autism community. Thank you!
Amerigroup has been helping Texas families get the health-care benefits they need since 1996. Amerigroup engages and supports members and their families to be active participants in their care and helps them make healthy, informed decisions. They collaborate with states and system partners to build sustainable, high-quality health care delivery systems that meet the unique needs and preferences of individuals and families.
ASPIRE offers an array of services designed to meet the educational and behavioral needs of their clients with developmental disabilities, based on the empirically validated principles of ABA. Their experienced consultants design intensive therapy programs tailored to each client’s individual needs and provide clinical or home-based therapy sessions.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas, a division of Health Care Service Corporation, a Mutual Legal Reserve Company, an independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association
For 90 years, we have forged alliances with local nonprofit organizations to show our commitment to help build healthy communities. We want to continue to foster health improvements through these alliances so that together we can offer sustainable, measurable programs that strengthen and enrich our communities.
Cookie Cutters-Haircuts for Kids is dedicated to providing a caring environment for children with sensory challenges. The Autism Society of Texas provided a sensory friendly training to their stylists & created a video that all stylists watch. With TVs, video games, and fantasy chairs on the cutting floor, their expert staff provides your child with a one of a kind positive experience! Sensory-friendly training at the following Austin-area locations: Arboretum, Pflugerville, Round Rock & Sunset Valley.Greater Goods Coffee Co. offers a carefully curated selection of specialty coffees from around the world. Through donations of coffee bean sales, they are proud to support some of the best charitable organizations in Austin, including Autism Society of Texas. Check out their beautiful flagship in East Austin, or visit them in Bee Cave or Dripping Springs.
Spark Learning is committed to providing the highest quality ABA therapy services to their clients and families, as well as supporting the autism community by spreading autism awareness and understanding. They work to improve life for children of all ages with autism and other challenges by providing ABA therapy through personalized treatment programs.
Variety, the Children’s Charity of Texas envisions a world without isolation and stigma for children with special needs and their families. Serving over 7000 children with special needs, their families and their peers annually, Variety makes a difference by providing resources and empowering experiences.
The Hart Family
Thank you to the Hart family for their generous support of Autism Society of Texas.
The Morris Family
Thank you to the Morris family for their generous support of Autism Society of Texas.