At its heart, our program has always been about working to build communities that embrace and accept people with autism. Making people aware about autism, dispelling myths and generating understanding is an essential part of creating change and building acceptance.
Awareness is still at the heart of our efforts. For nearly 20 years, our ambassadors have helped change perceptions and possibilities for individuals living with autism. Let’s set out to build on that wave of acceptance and compassion this April, National Autism Awareness Month 2016.
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This Hub is an extension of our Autism Ambassador Program. If you haven't already, register to become an Autism Awareness Ambassador and receive a free kit of information, tips and tools. Learn more about this exciting program:
Montclair State University’s fifth annual benefit for Autism New Jersey, Performers for a Purpose, is set to take place at Montclair State University's Memorial Auditorium from 7:30-9:30pm. The event…
Organized by Larry Weiner | Type: fundraiser0 Comments 0 Likes
Join us on April 15, 2016 for an evening of skeeball and arcade games to support Autism New Jersey. Door Prizes, Raffles and light refreshments will be served.0 Comments 1 Like
Please come and support Autism Awareness Month. There will be live music & performances, food, raffles, activities and more. Organized by Mallory Banks & Family-Special thanks to the city of…
Organized by The Banks Family | Type: fundraiser0 Comments 1 Like
April is Autism Awareness Month! Help spread Autism awareness and raise funds for the Autism community. Come show your support for this important cause by participating in, sponsoring or attending ou…
Organized by The MRESC Aquatics & Fitness Center | Type: fundraiser0 Comments 1 Like
Just a little frustrated my son is 7 years old he presented his project and read to his class. The teacher took points off because he couldn't answer his peers questions. He is autistic and does have problem interacting. It's frustrating to read…Continue