Drowning is the leading cause of deaths for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder in Florida. Find out more about how you can help keep your child safe in and near water.
The Autism Society of Florida has stood by individuals and families affected by autism for over 28 years. Together, we can help individuals with autism build meaningful lives and contribute to their communities through their unique gifts.
The Autism Society of Florida has participated in Law Enforcement, Crisis Intervention Team trainings for the past 9 years, a service we are extremely honored to provide to our community.
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Stacey is a parent of a young man with autism, certified mediator, educational advocate with Family Network on Disabilities, past-editor of The Autism Notebook Magazine and statewide coordinator for Partners in Policymaking.
Currently, Ven is a board member of the Autism Society of Florida, Inc. (ASF), a statewide organization since 1998. He served as its president for 18 years. ASF focuses on advocacy, education and support...
Kelly Busch is the mother of three children, two young adult daughters and a young teen son with with autism. She has held numerous committee positions including
Autism Society of Fl. Past President-Autism Society-Miami Chapter Past Board Member-Miami Chapter Past Board Member CARD-NSU/Miami Co Chair. of the “Over 21 Club”, a social program for adults on the Autism Spectrum.
Ann has served on various autism boards and school advisory councils over the past 20 years. She is the parent of a young adult with autism and currently facilitates the Suncoast Autism Social Group for...
Jill has provided trainings in Florida and across the East Coast of United States in Procedural Safeguards, First Person Language, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Intellectual Disorders, IDEA (Special Education Law), How to Advocate for Your...
John Miller was born in Montreal, Quebec in 1968. During his childhood he worked hard to overcome many academic and social obstacles. He decided to get a Master‘s in Special Education to help young...
Evangeline is a graduate of Partners in Policymaking. She leads a support group for parents of kids with special needs in Orlando.
Applicants must have excellent communication skills and a clear and confident telephone manner with knowledge of Florida resources. The administrator will...read More