The Autism Society of Maine and Our Commitment to You During COVID-19
As concerns increase about the novel coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19), the Autism Society of Maine encourages the autism community to practice good hygiene, rely on reputable sources for information, and review preparedness plans.
The Autism Society of Maine understands the concerns surrounding COVID-19 and has taken added precautions to ensure the safety of our event attendees and extended community. We are actively communicating with local officials and gathering factual information and guidance from reputable health organizations. On top of our standard safety procedures, we have put these additional measures in place:
Following the Maine CDC and receiving updates regarding COVID-19
As always, we are committed to the safety and protection of our members, attendees, sponsors, staff, and volunteers during community efforts. In the current environment, it’s important for all of us to travel smarter and more consciously, as we work together as a community to decrease the transmission and lower the impact of COVID-19.
We will continue to work hard to bring you meaningful events that create more opportunities to advocate for a better quality of life for those affected by autism.
We will be monitoring and make changes accordingly to any of our April events including our Walk for Autism. Any change will be posted on ASM’s website and Facebook page.
We appreciate your patience and will continue to be transparent throughout this process.
Feel free to call me if you have any concerns: 1-800-272-5200 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cathy E. Dionne