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1 in 68 children now have Autism according to the CDC. If your child has recently been diagnosed with Autism, or you have been told that your child is exhibiting “autistic-like” behavior, it can be very challenging and stressful figuring out where to start and who to contact. We can help! Click here to send us a note or give us a call. The national Autism Society has information for families new to the diagnosis which can be viewed here or look for local resources on our Resources page.
Thank you for participating in Autism Society Ventura County’s first Annual Community Survey! ASVC will use your feedback to determine our top priorities in the years to come. We had over 100 responses from 21 different cities so thank you!
AUT2RUN SURPASSED FUNDRAISING GOALS
Thank you for attending our 4th annual 5K/10K Race and Autism Resource Fair held April 17, 2016 to raise awareness AND acceptance for children and adults with Autism and their families. 100% of the donations received by the Autism Society Ventura County go to benefit services and supports for local kids and families.
Awesome in Autism award winners announced
Congratulations to the 2016 Awesome in Autism award winners! They are truly inspirational and we are proud to honor them at this year’s Aut2Run.
Join Our Parent Support Group
ASVC is partnering with The New Beginnings Center in Camarillo for this FREE parent support group run by experienced, licensed therapists. Meetings are held in Camarillo every other Thursday from 5:30-7:00pm. Call or email for more info.
To sign up or to ask questions, please call:
Grant LaVigna, LMFT at (805) 987-3162 x3.
Free onsite childcare is available by RSVP and is provided by Channel Islands Social Services.
We are very excited about the new Sesame Street Autism initiative and online resources!
Go to their website to view “The Amazing Song,” videos about kids and families and check out their apps.
Thank you to the VC Reporter for featuring interviews with ASVC Board Members Samuel Capozzi, Jenipher Swanson, Aaron Kitzman and Sharon Francis, and highlighting issues faced by individuals with Autism as they grow up.
We applaud Samuel and Brent for their courage in sharing their experiences and thank themfor their advocacy to help others!