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Resources for Autism during COVID
Tips for managing autism during COVID-19 Now that we #stayathome schedules have shifted, order has changed and new comforts have been found. How do we deal with the next phase? [...]
Benefits of Weighted Blankets for Autism
Benefits of Weighted Blankets Resting under the firm yet gentle pressure of a weighted blanket is used to help treat autism, but can be beneficial for the general population [...]
Tips for managing Autism during the holidays
Holiday Tips for Autism Families The holidays and autism can be a challenging pair, but by being prepared half of the journey is accomplished [...]
OUR LATEST NEWS
Autism Fundraiser Event Brevard County 2021
PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS & SPONSORSHIPS HERE: Purchase Now Our Yearly Premiere Fundraising Event! [...]
Support Autism Swimsuit Calendar 2021
Get Yours Here! ON SALE NOW - The perfect gift for the holidays, only $28! Swimsuit Calendar to Benefit [...]
Gala 2020 Thank You!
2020 Gala Success! Thank you to our sponsors, attendees and supporters for helping raise over $60,000 for families affected by autism in Brevard County! How [...]
Live And Silent Auction to Support Autism
Live & Silent Auction Items for 2020 Gala! Our auction is virtual this year, offering a wide range of amazing products and trips to fantastic destinations. To bid on auction [...]
Brevard Autism Fundraising Event
NEW DATE! Saturday, September 19, 2020 Our Premiere Fundraising Event! Check out our new platform for the Gala event! Purchase tickets for [...]
Piece it Together – COVID Can’t Stop Good
Autism Video Challenge Our Piece it Together video in collaboration with The Parker Foundation for Autism and Child Development show that we are stronger together! Meet some of the recipients of our Family [...]
Lifetime costs of someone living with Autism range from $3 to $7 million.
Few parents can afford to directly pay for the costs of continual, lifelong individualized treatment for a single autistic child.
The Cost of Living on the Spectrum
The cost for care of a child with autism must be estimated on both direct and indirect costs for the child’s medical, behavioral, and educational programs.