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Autism Society of Maine

The Autism Society of Maine (ASM) is a non-profit organization founded in 1976, whose membership consists of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), their families, members of the community, and the professionals who work with them. As an affiliate of the Autism Society, our mission is to promote lifelong access and opportunity for all individuals on the autism spectrum to become participating members of their communities. Education, advocacy, support and public awareness form the cornerstones of the Autism Society of Maine's efforts to carry forth our mission.

The Autism Society of Maine offers an Autism Information Specialist Program that directly supports parents or individuals with ASD. This program offers one on one support to attend a school IEP meeting or IFSP meeting and can help with PCP planning with adults. Meeting with an AIS who understands what you're going though can help navigate state systems for both children and adults. Click here to learn more about this program.

Autism Society Recent News & Events

A review of the Sesame Street website for families of young children with autism. Read More

$5,000 tuition scholarship to promote autistic leadership - application. Read More

Everything Apple - 9-20 to 10-25. How Canning Preserves Foods 11-8 to 12-13. Read More

September 23, 2016, 6:00pm to 8:30pm - Augusta Country Club, Manchester, ME Read More

Video: Commissioner Mary Mayhew, from the Maine Department of Health and Human Services, discusses proposed rule changes. Read More


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.

You can join by filling out our Online Membership Application. If you have any questions regarding the Autism Society or the membership process, please feel free to call us at 1-800-273-5200.

If you prefer to print the membership application; click here to download and print out the membership application, which can be mailed to: Autism Society of Maine, 72 B Main Street, Winthrop, ME 04355

Interested in being a Volunteer?

Call the Autism Society of Maine, or visit our volunteer page for more information!

2-1-1 is an easy-to-remember number that connects people who want to give help or get help with a full range of health and human services in their community. In establishing 2-1-1, Maine joins a growing national movement to standardize the availability of information and referral for these services.

  • 2-1-1 includes a statewide-directory of over 8000 resources including agency services and support groups accessible through this website to anyone with Internet capability.
  • 2-1-1 provides emergency operations during times of natural and other disasters, including accurate and timely information for preparations, and longer term referral for follow-up services if required.

SEARCH NOW for resources in your area or DIAL 2-1-1 toll free or EMAIL info@211maine.org.

Click Here for more information about our 2016 Family Retreat.