Autism Society of Washington
(Spokane Chapter)
P. O. Box 8414
Spokane, WA 99203
(509) 443-0933 or 499-8075

Contact: President:  Julie Parry
Spokane@autismsocietyofwa.org
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Purpose:
To provide parent support with facilitators and speakers of interest.  Advocacy, local resource network, newsletter, and general information for and about people with autism spectrum disorders.

We promote lifelong community access for persons within the autism spectrum, including those with Asperger's Syndrome through family support, public awareness, advocacy and collaboration with community partners. 

We run 52 support meetings a year with a full inclusion model for those living with Autism.  Monthly meetings are open to the public, and they are FREE.  They are held the third Wednesday of each month, from 6:30 pm-8:30 p.m.   Please call for meeting locations.

We also have a series at St. Luke's during the academic year. 

Volunteer Opportunities:
  • Assist us in our monthly social meetings for:  Adults, teens and children living with Autism, and their families. 

  • Needs vary depending on what projects are currently being implemented to promote awareness of Autism.  Please call (509) 624-3323 for current needs.

Annual Events:

April: 
               Autism Awareness Month.  Autism in action events are held around town. 

August:           Annual cruise fundraiser
                          Annual picnic for adults with Aspergers syndrome

September:    Back-to-school speaker series. 

November:     Help in updating Resource Manual Connection with another organization
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