Working at the Autism Society of North Carolina showed Bri she was a leader.
During the pandemic, day program participants and their one-on-one staff members delivered meals to homebound seniors. They knew that people in their community needed them, and they wanted to help.
At Camp Royall, campers are understood and loved for who they are, and that gives families peace of mind.
On Kai’s first day of school, his mom posed him by a chalkboard sign that said kindergarten was the first step to college. Kai told his mom that his real first step was the Autism Society of North Carolina.
Our Autism Resource Specialists are always a free phone call away, and every year they help thousands of families navigate early intervention, school, community, and adult services.
When Stephen lost his job due to COVID, the employment supports staff helped him apply for a new position. Stephen works as a package handler and says it is his “perfect job.”
Odin struggled with communicating when he was upset. Once, he walked out the door. With support, he improved his communication and social skills and learned how to make safe decisions.