Mark your calendars! Our next Sam's Sibs Stick Together meeting will be December 13th at 6:30PM eastern. Sam's Sibs Stick Together is a joint initiative of ASF and Els for Autism. Nicole Rosen from UCLA and Susan Brasher from Emory Autism Center will be sharing what they learned from interviews with adult #siblings. They discussed sibling priorities for services and research. Everyone is welcome to attend but please register using the zoom link: https://hubs.li/Q029DrhS0
Since 2014, the Autism Science Foundation has produced the autism community’s most popular science conferences designed specifically for families, individuals with autism, autism advocates and young scientific investigators. ASF’s Days of Learning are TED-style science conferences that bring top researchers together with autism stakeholders to share cutting-edge research findings and to discuss the issues that matter most to our families. These events take place in person at the New York Athletic Club in NYC.
On Saturday, September 28, a mix of avid cyclists and weekend recreational riders will gather at Sherbourne Common in old Toronto on a fully supported journey through lakeshore bike paths and historic city streets. From our 5 km family walk to a 20 km ride, people of all interest and ability levels have the opportunity to take part.
On Saturday, October 5, hundreds of riders—a mix of avid cyclists and weekend recreational riders—will gather at our flagship, in-person ride at Saxon Woods County Park on a fully supported journey through some of the most scenic roads north of New York City. From our 4-mile family ride to a 62-mile hilly metric century, plus our 5K trail walk, people of all interest and ability levels have the opportunity to take part.
On Saturday, October 5, a mix of avid cyclists and weekend recreational riders will gather in the Capitol region for a fully supported journey through some of the most scenic roads in Maryland. From our 5K family ride and walk, to a 30-mile challenge ride, people of all interest and ability levels have the opportunity to take part.
Share the Stage is a benefit concert for the Autism Science Foundation, a 501(c)3 public charity that funds scientific research to uncover the causes of autism, develop better treatments, and improve the lives of people with autism. The Share the Stage concert offers opportunities for neurodiverse musicians to collaborate with professional musicians from the Philadelphia region to create truly inclusive and inspiring performances!