Important Autism Society of Maine News
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Proposed bylaw changes of the Autism Society of Maine
If you are a person who has used the services of the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) in Maine in the past or are currently using the services of DVR, we would like to hear from you.
October 24, 2014 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm, Freeport, ME
Our Mission Statement
The Autism Society of Maine provides education and resources to support the valued lives of individuals on the autism spectrum and their families.
Send Us Your Child's Photo!
If you would like your child with Autism Spectrum Disorder to be included on ASM’s publications such as the Autism Awareness poster, brochures and website please send a picture by email.
Although we would like to publish all pictures received, it is not always possible. Name of child will not be published but is needed for our records.
*Note that by clicking on this link, you give permission for the Autism Society of Maine to publish this picture as stated above: Click here
Make A Donation
The Autism Society of Maine relies on donations to cover the cost of running programs and activites that bring awareness and community to individuals and families dealing with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Please take a moment today and provide a tax-deductible, direct donation to the Autism Society of Maine. A gift of $15, $25, or $50 or more will go a long way toward supporting ASM's programs for the people of Maine.Click here to learn how your donations make a difference!
Board of Directors
The Autism Society of Maine’s Board of Directors is composed of dedicated volunteer representatives.
The Board of Directors includes parents, individuals on the spectrum, and professionals. To see the names of our Board of Directors and their Biographies please click here
Become a Member!
The Autism Society of Maine invites you to join families and professionals in the pursuit of knowledge about autism spectrum disorders, treatments and support for Maine children and adults with autism.
The Autism Society of Maine seeks to provide information, referrals and advocacy services to the community to help Maine better understand, protect and serve individuals with Autism.
Other activities sponsored by ASM include presentations and workshops, a statewide newsletter, an annual meeting, a family weekend retreat and a summer camp program.
Interested in being a Volunteer?
Call the Autism Society of Maine, or visit our volunteer page for
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