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We are collecting information to see how many people would purchase a specialized Georgia Autism license plate. Not only does the license plate help spread awareness, it may also help alert law enforcement and first responders that you have a connection to autism and that someone in the car could be on the spectrum.

If you have an interest, please fill out our form. We will provide email updates as we progress with the legislative process for approval.

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Upcoming Events
  • 9:00 am 1:30 pm, October 19, 2016Safe & Sound - Autism Training for 1st Responders: Columbus, GA

    The Autism Society of Georgia, in collaboration with the Autism Hope Center, is pleased to offer FREE training for Law Enforcement, Fire & Rescue Officers, EMS, Dispatchers and Civilian Employees.

    Safe & Sound is a nationally acclaimed training program delivered to Law Enforcement, Fire & Rescue Officers, Dispatchers and Civilian Employees by a Law Enforcement and Fire & Rescue Officer. Sgt. Jimmy Donohoe of the Pensacola Police Department and Retired Captain Bill Cannata of the Boston Fire Department deliver the training as experts in their fields and also, as parents of a child with autism. They share professional and first hand personal experiences to ensure the best possible outcome for everyone involved.

    Sgt. Donohoe and Capt. Cannata, Jr have trained thousands of first responders nationally. They have
    pioneered and implemented programs that have been taught and have saved lives.
    The training session will focus on tools for agencies to address autism-related field contacts, communication and behavior, sensory issues, de-escalation techniques, arrest, restraint and custody issues.

    Click here for the event and registration page: http://bit.ly/ColumbusGA1stResponderTraining

The Autism Society of Georgia has teamed with Special Needs Communities to provide the best online tool for individuals and families to find business and resources that support our Special Needs community in Georgia.

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Special Needs Communities is a free, community-based website and app. It is the easiest place to find special needs friendly places and resources. If you are a resource provider, list your organization for free!

If you don’t find what you need, contact us at our Toll Free support number: 1-844-404-2742. A Parent Ally will help find the resource or service you need. Our goal is to accelerate access to the specific resources each individual or family needs over a lifetime.

Autism Society Working to Close Diagnosis Gap

The Autism Society of Georgia (ASG) serves as an ALLY dedicated to maximizing the opportunity for individuals with autism, their families and communities in Georgia to live fulfilled lives. So whether you are a parent, a relative, a friend, someone with an autism spectrum disorder, or a professional who serves the autism community, we are here for you. Thank you for visiting us!

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