Welcome to Awesome on the Spectrum

Promoting independence for individuals with autism

Our mission

We believe that teaching life skills gives autistic people the essential tools needed to navigate the world around them.

Promoting independence helps individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder learn to advocate for themselves

Services

Community Support
Employment Assistance
Supported Employment
Limited Respite Care
Social Skills Sessions

Services are provided by trained Direct Support Professionals

What is Autism Spectrum Disorder?

Autism Spectrum Disorder is a range of complex neurodevelopmental disorders characterized by social impairments, communication problems, repetitive and compulsive behaviors.

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Who are we?

AotS is an organization that strives to encourage acceptance for people and families with Autism Spectrum Disorder. We truly believe that EVERY person on the spectrum is AWESOME in their own special way.

How can you help?

We would like to take this time to thank you for your interest in our organization and invite you to join us by becoming a part of the AotS gladiators! You can also show your support through social media or by a generous donation to help us fund our courses and annual events!

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Read the latest news from our blog:

Jakes Journey By Elizabeth Silva/Patty Sisco

Jakes Journey By Elizabeth Silva/Patty Sisco

      Tonight, I will be attending a graduation ceremony that will be like no other I have attended.  Because of the pandemic, students will be required to wear masks and sit six feet apart, and families in attendance will be limited to five, socially distancing...

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What’s Autism Spectrum Disorder?

Autism Spectrum Disorder is a range of complex neurodevelopment disorders characterized by social impairments, communication problems, repetitive and compulsive behaviors. No two individuals with autism are the same as the range in severity differs for each person....

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What Is Executive Functioning by Ann Logsdon

Children with learning disabilities often have executive functioning disorders as well. Executive functioning is a term psychologists use to describe the many tasks our brains perform that are necessary to think, act, and solve problems. Executive...

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Awesome on the Spectrum Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. All contributions, in-kind and monetary donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

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