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Autism Society News

For caregivers for individuals ages 13-25 regarding transition to adulthood Read More

April 8th - A sensory friendly showing for children and individuals with autism and their families. Read More

A Free Library Autism Awareness Packet. Read More

A Free First Responder Autism Awareness Packet. Read More

A Free General Autism Awareness Packet the Community. Read More

A Free Autism Awareness Packet for Schools. Read More

A Free Autism Awareness Packet for Medical Providers. Read More

H.J Res.57 is a congressional resolution aimed at overturning the Department of Education's regulation implementing the Every Student Succeeds Act. Read More

See what you can do to in your Community, School, Library, Work and Home to Spread Autism Awareness and Acceptance! Read More

A listing of Maine Summer Programs for 2017. Please call ASM to have your summer program listed: 1-800-273-5200. Read More

Many families who struggle to meet the needs of their children with behavioral health challenges are unaware of the intensive in-home and community services they may be eligible to receive. Read More

A free grant funded program for children and adults with disabilities. Read More

ASM uses the Winthrop Post Office that was damaged by fire. Call ASM if you recently sent us mail or are waiting for mail. ASM 1-800-273-5200. Read More

Biddeford forms Summer Camp for Autism Awareness with help from Autism Society of Maine, UNE Read More

The Autism Society provides information and includes their recommendations and input on important issues for individuals with autism. Read More

Case Managers of MaineCare Members Who Receive Section 29, Support Services for Adults with Intellectual Disabilities or Autism Spectrum Disorder. Read More

An Act to Establish a Tax-Free Savings Program for Individuals with Disabilities known as the ABLE ACT. Read More

Presented by the Autism Society of Maine with Keynote Speaker Dr. Jed Baker Read More

A memorial service/celebration of life will be held for Lynda Mazzola on February 12, 2017 from 11:00-2:00 at Martindale Country Club in Auburn, Maine. Read More

On behalf of the Autism Society of Maine's Board of Directors and staff, we wish you a happy and healthy New Year! Read More

12 tips that may help lessen the stress for you and your family during the holiday season! Read More

Check out more activities and events that are posted on the ASM Calendar! Read More

Autism Society of Maine's newsletter is packed full of exciting news! Read More

Beware! This "cure" is poisonous industrial bleach and cannot be consumed! Read More

Webinars can be a valuable resource to learn about autism and about specific issues. You will see links added to the list and more added as they come to our notice. These webinars are free. Read More

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

A full size quilt created with 14 years of Walk for Autism t-shirts! Read More

Beware of false checks bearing Autism Society of America's name. Read More

ASM has compiled links to some very helpful tips talking to children about tragedies and the media. Read More

Offered by the Center for Therapeutic Recreation, Portland Recreation Dept. Read More

Become part of the IEP team for a child with disabilities that has no available parents/guardians. Read More

"Section 17 allows people to be housed with supportive services and become stable in the community. The proposed rule changes would destabilize people, jeopardize their housing, and potentially put p Read More

These are Benefits for Members with Intellectual Disabilities or Autism Spectrum Disorder: Read More

A list of organizations that offer grants and other assistance for individuals with autism who would like to purchase an iPad. (revised 12/2016) Read More

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) announces the rate of autism among eight year olds in the United States has not changed, and the incidence rate remains to be 1 in 68. Read More

Autism Society of Maine is part of MAFO, a dynamic group of organizations, working together to better serve families across Maine. Read More