CURRENT EVENTS

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Take this opportunity to get your 30 DAY PASS to watch this groundbreaking conference.

FEATURE FILM

People with autism and their jobs. 

BROUGHT TO YOU IN LARGE PART BY PEOPLE WITH AUTISM!

You won't want to miss it!

Watch whenever it works for you over a 30 day period.

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JOIN US FOR WHAT'S POPPIN' MOVIE NIGHT

On June 25th we'll be watching Surf's Up!

Let's hang out, chat trivia and watch the movie together. Wear a hat and sunglasses and let's have some fun!

Registration Required

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

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NEXT REACH

June 25th @1:00 PM

FACEBOOK LIVE

@autismflorida

UPDATES FROM ASF

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VITALXCHANGE

The Autism Society of Florida has partnered with Vitalxchange. Vitalxchange is a FREE APP that provides valuable information, resources, and support while giving you the opportunity to share your experiences and knowledge of autism. For more info click link below.

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ASF HURRICANE KITS

ASF is honored to gift hurricane kits to families in Florida again this year. Kits include noise-cancelling headphones, coloring books, and cool sensory toys. Also, ASF donated kits to fire stations in Florida, giving our First Responders the opportunity to connect with children and families with autism.

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#TOURDEFORCE4AUTISM

This ASF event provided adults with autism the opportunity to tour a police station and learn about law enforcement. This program gives officers a better understanding of people with autism through personal interactions. Special thanks to Broward Sheriff's Office and Executive Captain Martin Hedelund. 

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AUTISM LICENSE PLATE

Thank you to the Autism Services Grant Council (Autism License Plate) for honoring us with a grant to provide water safety instruction and training on autism to water instructors throughout Florida! We are excited to make a difference in drowning prevention of those on the spectrum and GREATLY appreciate the support of the Council and from ALL of those who have autism license plates.