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Believe in BETTER Lives

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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Today marks Juneteenth, a day to recognize and celebrate the freedom of enslaved people in America. Juneteenth provides another opportunity to address inequities that greatly affect the Black and BIPOC communities, and learn the history behind the ongoing fight for equality. Learn more about Juneteenth from PBS here: www.pbs.org/articles/learn-about-and-celebrate-juneteenth#:~:text=June%2019th%2C%201865%20was%20t.... ... See MoreSee Less
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This Father's Day, we celebrate all the dads and caregivers who contribute their encouragement and support to make the world a better place for their loved ones. Thank you for all that you do! ... See MoreSee Less
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Today, on June 18, we celebrate Autistic Pride Day, where we recognize Autistic people's role in contributing to positive changes that impact our communities. What does Autistic Pride mean to you? Tell us in the comments! ... See MoreSee Less
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“I imagine if I asked a room full of Autistics what Autistic Pride means to them, I would receive as many answers as there are people in the room. We are all so different and we all have our own unique gifts, challenges, and opinions.” - Dianne McLean, Autistic author. Read 'What's the Deal with Autisitc Pride?' here. bit.ly/3wj9SKq ... See MoreSee Less
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988 will be a new way to reach the National Suicide Hotline starting this July, read more from the American Association of Suicidology below. ... See MoreSee Less
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Stay up to date with all things BOTS by signing up for their Newsletter, linked below!See you at BOTS!Summer schedule announcement on Wednesday, sign up for the newsletter 😉 www.bringonthespectrum.orgActivity links ➡️ www.bringonthespectrum.org/zumbawww.bringonthespectrum.org/fitness ... See MoreSee Less
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Happy Flag Day! Did you know that Flag Day commemorates the adoption of the American Flag in 1777 by the Second Continental Congress? 🇺🇸 ... See MoreSee Less
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Live Work Learn Plant Sale at Bring On The Spectrum happening tomorrow 10am!Live Work Learn and Living Resources New York collab at BOTS. We potted. We played. Plus a surprise visit from Inclusible games. Good times! Join us for tomorrow’s sale. $5 each. Or buy 2 and get 45 min of play. Or do a make & take! ... See MoreSee Less
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Join Live Work Learn for their Plant Sale at Bring On The Spectrum this Saturday from 10am-2pm!Join us this Saturday from 10 am to 2 pm.Join a @liveworklearnproject demo and make/take your own potted plantOr, buy two plants for $10 and receive 45 minutes of gym time ... See MoreSee Less
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