Welcome to the Autism Society of Central Texas

The Autism Society of Central Texas changes lives by connecting families and individuals to community resources and support throughout Central Texas. Offerings include support meetings in both Austin and San Antonio; on-line networking opportunities; Sensory Friendly films; and fun family activities. Volunteers usually respond to individual telephone and e-mail inquiries within 48 hours.

The Autism Society of Central Texas is a 501(c)3 organization that depends heavily on donations. Please know that contributions are tax deductible and will be used locally.

 

 

Learn more about the Autism Society of Central Texas

Advocacy

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The Autism Society works with other local groups and the Texas Legislature to celebrate our families and draw attention to the challenges we face on a day to day basis. 

Education

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The Autism Society is committed to educating people about autism and various interventions.  In addition to families who live with autism every day, we also work to educate members of the community.

Recreation

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It's not always easy to find fun activities for individuals with autism. The Autism Society sponsors outings and activities for children and adults on the spectrum.

Support

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The Autism Society supports parents on-line through Yahoo, Facebook, and Meetup and face-to-face through monthly get-togethers around Central Texas. 

 

Seeking Part-Time Administrative Coordinator (7/2/2015) - Autism Society of Central Texas is seeking an enthusiastic part-time Administrative Coordinator! See details below: Administrative Coordinator Job Description Please submit a resume and cover letter to admin@austinautismsociety.org by July 15th.
Autism Society of America Announces 2015 Award Winners (6/30/2015) - As a follow-up to the news of Ann Hart winning the National Autism Society Volunteer of the Year, here is the Autism Society of America press release announcing this and other awards. Again, we are so proud of Ann Hart and cannot think of a more deserving person to receive this award! 2015ASAAwards2015PressRelease
Quick Guide to Calendar Submission (6/29/2015) - Quick Guide Calendar Submission Thank you for reviewing our quick guide! As we grow, this calendar submission system will help the Autism Society of Central Texas cut down on time spent manually posting events to the calendar and create more time for activities key to our mission such as support, information and referral, recreation, advocacy […]
The Arc @ Work (6/22/2015) - The Arc’s employment department has created a groundbreaking new website, The Arc@Work. The Arc@Work serves as a resource for chapters, parents, individuals on the autism spectrum, and anyone who works in hiring, employment, or the I/DD community. The Arc@Work’s newest product, Talent Scout: Unlocking the Talents of Employees with Autism Spectrum Disorders, is a wonderful […]
Ann Hart Named 2015 National Volunteer of the Year (6/14/2015) - Autism Society of Central Texas Board Member wins 2015 National Volunteer of the Year Award Austin, TX June 14, 2015; We are pleased to announce that Ann Hart, Past President, Board Member and Information and Referral volunteer, has been selected to receive the National 2015 Autism Society Volunteer of the Year award. This prestigious award […]