Information You Should Know

This section is for information and breaking news that are relevant to the autism community. There will be articles, events, and more information that will be shared on this page.

Information You Should Know

Historical Highlight of ASI – Phase One

The following brief historical highlights of ASI have been gathered from available Newsletters and Secretary Reports.  In the summer of […]

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Action Alert: Stop Last-Ditch Health Care Repeal Effort

**From the Autism Society of America Last week, Senators Bill Cassidy and Lindsey Graham unveiled the latest plan to repeal […]

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Are you prepared? Final Transition Readiness Assessment

When the time comes are you and your family ready for the transition from your school system to adult services? […]

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How To Transition From Pediatric To Adult Health Care Providers

It is important for families to start the transition process from pediatric to adult health care providers well before the […]

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Legally an Adult: What Parents Need to Know When Your Child Turns 18

When your child celebrates their eighteenth birthday it is an exciting time, beginning the next phase of their life as […]

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Action Alert: Healthcare Repeal and Replace Update

**This information is from the Autism Society of America It’s been a whirlwind few days on the healthcare front. While […]

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Indiana Department of Education Announces Open Public Comment Period

The Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) announced today the public comment period for the first draft Indiana’s plan to fulfill […]

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Action Alert: #SaveMedicaid Call-In Day

**This message is from the Autism Society of America Today the Autism Society of America is uniting with our Consortium […]

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Caregiver Support (Respite) Funding beginning  July 1, 2017

It is that time of year again to apply for Caregiver Support (Respite) Funding beginning  July 1, 2017 for the […]

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Ticket to Work: Support for People with Disabilities Who Want to Work

The right job can change your life, but sometimes it can be a challenge.  People with autism often have trouble […]

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