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World Autism Awareness Day
Thursday, April 2, 2015

Please join the Autism Society of Georgia and help us illuminate the future and create awareness for Autism.

For as little as $5 help us light a luminary for 1 child or adult with autism.

All funds raised for The Future is Bright campaign directly benefit programs and services that support our Autism community in Georgia.

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NOW/COMP Virtual Meeting:
March 5th

Due to the overwhelming response of the in-person forums and additional requests from stakeholders, the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities, the division of developmental disabilities, will offer two virtual meetings on March 5th. Please take advantage of the opportunity to provide feedback on DD waiver services in Georgia and learn about recent changes to the NOW/COMP waivers.

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domain sun medThe Autism Plan for Georgia Collaborative Partnership™

In partnership with Georgia State University's Center for Leadership in Disabilities, the Autism Society Georgia is proud to have provided a grant to enable the Autism Plan for Georgia's delivery to individuals and families living with the challenges of autism spectrum disorders. Autism Society Georgia in support of all individuals, families and communities in the 159 counties impacted by Autism is taking a leadership position to deliver a comprehensive plan of action focused on the support and implementation of the Autism Plan for Georgia.
Please help support that effort. Learn more here>>

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Thank you for visiting our website. The Autism Society Georgia (ASGa) is the voice of the autism community in Georgia. You may be a parent, a relative, a friend, an individual on the autism spectrum, or a professional who serves the autism community. Whatever the case, we are here for you.

Updates in 2014

1 in 68 children under the age of 8 are diagnosed with autism in the United States each year.