Featuring nationally recognized speakers, self-advocates, and community representatives addressing real community issues with real community solutions.
To improve the quality of life of persons on the Autism Spectrum and their families through education, advocacy and support, thereby enabling them to be an integral part of the community.
Families impacted by autism are invited to enjoy a special evening in ART WORKS. While the museum galleries will be open to the public, ART WORKS will be open exclusively to the families of individuals living with Autism Spectrum Disorder. There will be activites for everyone to enjoy, so come and create some art and some memories!
For professionals who work with individuals on the autism spectrum. Find helpful materials, activities, ideas and information to help your student or child with autism
AGES 18 AND OLDER
Information on activities, post secondary education, Nebraska state funded services, and vocational resources
There are two distinct types of evaluations for autism, medical diagnosis and educational verification.
Intervention is an orchestrated to help a child progress through a systematic process of meeting specific goals and objectives related to challenges introduced by their autism diagnosis
Child care services, life coaching, and recreational activities
Websites for parents, caregivers, educators, and individuals on the autism spectrum, as well as autism organizations, helpful apps, and state and federal resources.
STATE AND FEDERAL RESOURCES
There are many state and federal programs that are designed to assist individuals with developmental disabilities such as autism spectrum disorders
Find an autism support group in your area
Learn more facts and figures on autism.