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for All Affected by Autism

Our mission is to promote lifelong opportunities for people on the autism spectrum and their families, so they can be fully participating members of their communities.

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The Autism Society of the Greater Capital Region, New York is a not-for-profit organization that serves people living with autism in the Greater Capital District and their families. Our vision is a society where all individuals on the autism spectrum are fully participating members of our community.

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Join us in just 3 days to start the Hero Walk for Autism Virtual Challenge! Participants can begin logging activity this Thursday!! Whether you run, walk, skip, swim, or row, be sure record your progress for some friendly competition to honor and support the local autism community!Register here: runsignup.com/Race/NY/Schenectady/ASGHRHeroWalk5KforAutism ... See MoreSee Less
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Are you ready for the start of the Hero Walk for Autism Virtual Challenge in just 10 days?!We are encouraging you to run, hike, cycle, skip, row, or move in any fun way you chose from August 11, 2022, through September 23, 2022! The distance and time spent are up to you!Invite your friends, family, and co-workers for a fun challenge, and register here: runsignup.com/Race/NY/Schenectady/ASGHRHeroWalk5KforAutism ... See MoreSee Less
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The ARC's Virtual Program LibraryIn case you missed it - The Arc has a Virtual Program Library! This free hub contains on-demand activities that can be done from home by people with disabilities, their families, and service providers. Topics include arts, community and life skills, health and wellness, virtual clubs, and more. Start browsing today: bit.ly/3Pyuebi ... See MoreSee Less
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Employment opportunity with our friends over at Spotted Zebra Learning Center ... See MoreSee Less
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Great opportunity to support autistic individuals with a grant for music therapy!It’s our honor to partner with Kodi Lee as we work towards our aligned mission of helping people with autism be included, respected, and engaged in their communities – including the music and fine arts community! The Kodi Lee Gives Back Grant will cover the costs for art or music therapies, introductory or advanced lessons, or taking the next steps for performance, career or business opportunities. A total distribution of $25,000 will be granted to autistic self-advocates over the age of 13. Applications will close Wednesday, August 17, so APPLY NOW: www.flutiefoundation.org/kodi-lee-gives-back-grantTogether, we hope to expand access to music and fine arts opportunities for people with autism! ... See MoreSee Less
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Come grab some FREE ice cream and visit our table at Ganser Smith Park, Menands! We're located at the pavilion next to the playground. Join us to cool off, only 4-6pm!! ... See MoreSee Less
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