Dedicated to bringing the autism community together and building a bridge between in Indiana.
The Autism Society of Indiana is a state affiliate of the Autism Society of America. The Autism Society of America began as a grassroots movement started by parents who had children with autism, with the mission of improving the lives of all affected by autism.
The Autism Society of Indiana (ASI) is dedicated to bringing the autism community together and building a bridge between the autism community in Indiana and the services they need. ASI exists to ensure that every individual and every family affected by autism in Indiana receives the quality services they deserve. ASI works to do this through providing support and programming while following our guidelines of respect, empowerment, individuality, equity, integrity and accountability, and collaboration.
The Autism Society of Indiana (ASI) exists to ensure that every individual and every family affected by autism in the state of Indiana receives the high-quality services they deserve.
ASI is dedicated to ensuring that every program, service, or support provided to our community is person-centered and focused on Personal Outcome Measures (POM). Specifically, all of our work is based on the following core values: that each person with autism is unique and should be treated as such; that every person with autism should have the same opportunities as any other person; and that people with autism should have choices and control over their lives.
What Would You Do with $5,000 and a Day of Service?
With the $5,000 and a day of service, ASI would help 20 Hoosiers on the spectrum find employment. ASI will offer classes to help Hoosiers on the spectrum find successful employment.