We have some incredibly exciting news to share with you!
Today we launch our partnership with Vitalxchange, an app that aims to change the worlds of autism and healthcare forever.
Here at the Autism Society of Maine, we are constantly looking at ways to improve the support and service we can offer our clients. We are a nonprofit organization, and I myself have a child who is on the autistic spectrum, so I am constantly learning, while looking to understand what is missing and what could be improved upon. I also realize the importance of social media platforms for support and content sharing.
Our organization introduced online webinar via Zoom, through our "Coffee with Cathy" program. This was a huge success in our community, with a large number of members logging in from all over the state. I soon realized the scale and amplification of a digital platform like vitalxchange could bring to the autism world. I was introduced to vitalxchange through a mutual and trusted colleague and am here to share this unique and exciting partnership with you.
I have been using the app for over two months now and have seen its potential to find families like ours solutions and meaningful connections. With Autism Society Maine, being part of this app, you will be able to access the information and knowledge whenever you need it. You will also be able to talk to us and others in the community in new ways and get notified for our events, so you will never miss them! You will also be able to connect and share information with other members of the community.
Every person that joins makes our community better and puts us one step closer to making a lasting shift in the autism world.
To learn more visit: https://www.vitalxchange.com/autism-society-of-maine
To get the free Vitalxchange app, from your mobile phone go to this link: https://app.vitalxchange.com/l/ASME
You can also download the app by searching for vitalxchange in the Appstore or Play Store. Sign up with the code AUTISMME to get the app for free!
Cathy E. Dionne
Autism Society of Maine