ASI Policies


The Autism Society believes that all individuals with autism have the right to access appropriate services and supports based on their needs and desires. 

Participant Bill of Rights:

As an individual receiving services and supports from the Autism Society of Indiana (ASI), you have certain rights as a participant in ASI programs. 


Diversity is about recognizing, respecting and valuing differences based on ethnicity, gender, color, age, race, religion, disability, national origin, and sexual orientation. 

Human Rights:

The Autism Society of Indiana (ASI) is committed to the inclusion of people who have physical and cognitive disabilities and those who advocate and offer services on behalf of people with disabilities. 

Notice of Privacy Practices:

ASI is dedicated to protect the privacy rights of our participants and the confidential information entrusted to us. The commitment of each ASI employee to ensure that your health information is never compromised is a principal concept of our practice.