ABOUT AUTISM SERVICES

About Care

Proceeds from the walk benefit Heartspring’s Autism Services program. The program provides services and resources for individuals and families affected by a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder. A diagnosis can create major changes for a family or individual. Autism behavioral services and therapies cost up to $60,000 a year, on average. So every dollar, walker and donation matters to the families we serve.


This program not only provides invaluable outreach training, consultations and programs, it also develops and disseminates information into the community to help families, organizations, agencies and businesses support individuals across the autism spectrum in typical school, home, work and community settings, giving them the tools they need to succeed.


The Autism Services program consists of the Community of Autism Resources and Education (CARE) program and Behavioral Services, including Applied Behavior Analysis, both of which benefit from the proceeds raised at the Autism CARE Walk.

Learn more about Autism Services

PROGRAMS & SERVICES

CARE Clubs
CARE CLUBS

CARE Clubs are social skills groups put on throughout the year. Participants take part in activities that promote a pro-social environment, targeting social, self-regulation and organizational skills.

With your help, we are growing.

CHILDREN SERVED

39

2015

 

138

2016

CAMP SSTAR

Camp SSTAR’s main goal is to help children impacted by autism develop social skills, leisure skills, emotion self-regulation and flexibility in change. Participants enjoy activities like arts and crafts, social outings, science projects, and a car wash for the community.

With your help, we are growing.

NUMBER OF CAMPERS

52

2015

 

66

2016

Camp SStar
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)

ABA Services are evidence-based treatments and programming designed to empower parents to provide the support and guidance a child impacted by autism needs to be successful in his or her natural environment.

For more information on the Heartspring Autism Services program, please visit the Heartspring website here.

WWW.HEARTSPRING.ORG/AUTISM

SUCCESS STORY

Sometimes big change can come from unexpected things. Like Hungry Hungry Hippos.

Leslie noticed her daughter, Angelique, wasn’t building the same social skills as other children her age. She was smart and intelligent, but had fallen behind…

READ THE ENTIRE STORY AND OTHERS HERE:

WWW.HEARTSPRING.ORG/SUCCESS

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