Autism Acceptance Month
#CelebrateDifferences because #TheConnectionIsYou!
The Autism Society of Greater Akron believes that acceptance happens every day. Follow us during Autism Acceptance Month to learn about the diverse experiences across the Autism community.
Read books written by Autistic authors.
Introduce your children to books that talk about disabilities and celebrate differences.
Watch movies and TV series about Autism.
Listen to podcasts, music artists, and other audio media about Autism.
Attend an upcoming family inclusive event or educational webinar. DOWNLOAD THE FLYER
Visits with the Easter Bunny | Apr 2 | 1 - 4 PM | Wingfoot Lake State Park
Schedule your visit to get your photo taken, make crafts, play games, eat snacks, and have fun!
Family Bingo Night | April 28
Enjoy time with other families playing an old favorite with snacks and prizes.
Step Into Autism Walk & Resource Fair
Summit County: June 10 @ Lock 3 in Downtown Akron
Stark County: August 12 @ McKinley Museum
Rally your family and friends! Make a team, become a sponsor or volunteer with ASGA for its 13th annual fundraiser and resource fair.
Volunteer your time with ASGA.
- Complete our Volunteer Form to receive notifications of volunteer opportunities
- The 10th Annual iCan Bike Camp needs 80 volunteers to serve as spotters for 40 riders. July 10-14 | Learn More
Make a Donation
Help ASGA continue to serve the growing number of Autistic individuals in our community find the supports, services, resources, and information they need.
Create a Facebook Fundraiser
It’s easy to set up and it’s a great way to rally your network to help us provide more Autism resources, and support for families and individuals who need it.
SHARE YOUR STORY
There is a crisis in the world of disabilities! Ohioans with disabilities cannot get the care and support they desperately need because of the unprecedented workforce shortage of skilled Direct Support Professionals caused by extremely low wages. Without Direct Support Professionals, many people with developmental disabilities cannot eat, go to the bathroom, bathe themselves or do the things many take for granted.
Individuals with disabilities need your help! Please SHARE YOUR STORY on the OhioDDCrisis website so that key legislators can understand the very real and immediate human impact of this crisis. There will be several survey questions, and then you’ll have an opportunity to share your story. Need some tips on how to structure your story? Visit this link for some writing prompts and tips.