585.413.1681

1025 Commons Way

Rochester, NY 14623


HELP CONNECT THE PIECES
WHAT WE DO
COMMUNITY PROGRAMS
We provide a variety of programs and services that help with the development of social and physical skills. Programs are designed to further prepare each participate for life.
WE STRIVE TO CREATE COMMUNITY AWARENESS

Through our community awareness and educational programs, we strive to reach those that may not understand autism. By providing training , we ensure participants are prepared to address the needs of an individual with ASD.

Specialized techniques are used in each of our workshops, equipping individuals with the skills to provide care for a special needs child.

Children with ASD should have the same opportunities in life as others.
COMMUNITY PROGRAMS INCLUDE:
  • acr speaker series
  • community outreach
  • autism law enforcement & first responder training
  • professional development workshops
  • school transportation training
  • autism awareness workshops

To request a speaker for your agency or event, place contact us at 585.413.1681

TESTIMONIAL

June 2, 2017

“I am Andrew, a current college freshman and an individual with Asperger’s syndrome. I took the time today to participate in the 2nd Annual Job Fair at the Memorial Art and I was actually filled with anxiety (both excited and nervous at the same time) preparing for such an event. However, after the event, I felt very confident about searching for a job opportunity that suits my skills.”

“…feedback was very positive and gave the opportunity to express myself in a relax and confident way. This experience was totally a great challenge and gave myself a different approach and view about how to navigate the potential job opportunity.”

“…the experience with this job fair is a great reminder for me to continue work hard in college to reach the best job opportunity in life.”

“…I want to give a special thanks to the Autism Council to bring together organizations and institutions to support and empower those like me that have limits opportunities in the work place. This is a great reminder that we can all have a better future and be an active member of the society.”

-ANDREW WOODELL