Autism Society of Alabama’s mission is to improve services for persons with Autism Spectrum Disorders and their families through education and advocacy.
Information and Referral
The Autism Society of Alabama (ASA) responds daily to requests for information. Our toll-free Information and Referral Line is 1-877-4AUTISM. We maintain a resource list of services that have been recommended by families and professionals. Additionally, families may call to access written information on a variety of topics.
ASA has support groups to address a variety of issues. Monthly meetings in a variety of settings throughout the state provide support and information, guest speakers, informative topics and question and answer sessions.
The ASA provides all 67 counties in Alabama with autism-related books and media for their public library system. Please feel free to add to these community collections if you have autism resource materials that could benefit other families, caregivers, and/or professionals. Contact your local library for autism related resources.
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Education and Awareness
ASA collaborates with various state and local agencies to increase awareness in the community, schools, and in the medical and professional arenas to promote education, understanding, resources, and to encourage the early diagnosis of autism. ASA maintains a website that provides up to date information and provides direct links to other important informational sites. This website also acts as a source of support for families and parents of individuals with autism spectrum disorders.
Board of Directors
To find out who is on the Board of Directors for the Autism Society of Alabama, click here: https://www.autism-alabama.org/2014-asa-board-of-directors/
Please visit www.autism-alabma.org for more!