Upcoming
Events

ASGA events and fundraisers bring the Greater Akron autism community together for education, networking, and fun. Events range from the Annual Autism Summit Conference to sensory-friendly days with community partners to our largest annual fundraiser, the Autism 5k Run & Walk. Events and fundraisers offer families, caregivers, educators, other professionals, and individuals with autism a safe, comfortable place to be a part of the community and support ASGA's programs and services. Money raised for ASGA stays local to support those affected by autism in Medina, Portage, Stark, Summit and Wayne counties.

We have planned our entire year with workshops and events, so please mark your calendars!

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19
Aug
2017

08-19-2017 10:30 am -11:30 am
Akron Library - NW Branch
Akron Library - NW Branch
1720 Shatto Ave, Akron, OH 44313, USA

The Autism Society of Greater Akron is pleased to partner with the Northwest Akron Branch of the Akron-Summit County Public Library to offer Sensory Story Time to our community.

Enjoy a storytime for the entire family.  Books are read aloud and then demonstrated with flannel boards, there are things for all of the senses - songs, movement, bubbles and more!  Social time for everyone afterwards.

19
Aug
2017

08-19-2017 11:30 am -12:30 pm
Akron Library - NW Branch
Akron Library - NW Branch
1720 Shatto Ave, Akron, OH 44313, USA

The Autism Society of Greater Akron is pleased to partner with the Northwest Akron Branch of the Akron-Summit County Public Library to offer Sensory Story Time to our community.

Enjoy a storytime for the entire family.  Books are read aloud and then demonstrated with flannel boards, there are things for all of the senses - songs, movement, bubbles and more!  Social time for everyone afterwards.

11
Sep
2017

09-11-2017 - 11-16-2017
Akron YMCA
Akron YMCA
477 E Market Street

“Swimming with Autism” is a three-month water safety program created by the Autism Society of Greater Akron in partnership with the Greater Akron YMCA that launches in the Fall of 2017.  Participants are taught one on one by a qualified instructor with the focus being water safety along with adapted, appropriate swimming skills specific to the participant.