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.
A NEW ASM social group for kids ages 8 to 14 years old!
One year FREE of Charge!
Autism & Race Addressing Global Inequities
Westbrook - April 21st and Bangor - April 28th
Join our Book Club in-person at Bangor Public Library or online!
Orono Public Library, 2nd Friday Monthly
The Autism Society of Maine (ASM) is offering an opportunity to fundraise in a fun way with while promoting Autism Acceptance!
Autism Society Of Maine
2023 Walk for Autism, Bangor Waterfront
Nick Godfrey, Media Services Producer, Maine Public Television
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