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The Autism Society of North Carolina improves the lives of individuals with autism, supports their families, and educates communities.

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1 in 36 children may be diagnosed with autism nationally

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ASNC Public Policy Update

Wednesday, Apr 24, 2024

In this public policy update: Medicaid Tailored Plans move forward; B(3) Services transition to 1915(i); Samantha R lawsuit consent order; State releases new Olmstead Plan for 2024-2026. Medicaid Tailored Plans will move forward as the next phase of Medicaid Transformation goes into effect. North Carolina has been changing its Medicaid system for several years. The…

The Power of Consent

Tuesday, Apr 23, 2024

While much attention has been given to understanding the social and communication difficulties faced by many on the autism spectrum, there remains a particularly sensitive topic that demands exploration. That topic is consent. Consent is a term we encounter in various contextsā€”from personal relationships to legal matters. But what does it truly mean? At its…

Looking Through the Right Lens: Autism-Informed Support

Wednesday, Apr 17, 2024

ļ»æ AutismSocietyNC Ā· Blog | Looking Through the Right Lens – 04/17/2024 Recently, I provided autism-informed support and coaching services in a public school, where I visited a first-grade classroom. I watched as a little girl asked for help in tearing her perforated page out of her workbook.Ā  A peer offered to help, and she…