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Autism Community Awareness Groups

Autism Speaks
Walk Now For Autism Speaks Resource Fair

Where: Soldier Field
Chicago, IL
(224) 567-8573
e-mail: chicago@autismspeaks.org
They are expecting 15,000 people to participate in the walk, including thousands of families from throughout Chicagoland. The resource fair is a highlight for many. Service providers will have the opportunity to offer participants information about services and programs in the community. The resource fair will also feature fun activities for children of all ages.
When: Saturday, May 21, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Autism Speaks (Government Affairs)
Sign up for legislation updates.

Autism Speaks (Student Clubs)
To join a Student Club.

Autism Speaks (Volunteering Opportunities)
Volunteering has a meaningful, positive impact on your community. People who volunteer improve their self-esteem and their self-confidence, decrease their stress levels and suffer less physical illnesses as well as less depression. For volunteering opportunities, please contact Mary Rios at (224) 567-8573 or email: mrios@autismspeaks.org.

Bridges for Autism Foundation
Their goal is to end apathy and raise consciousness about autism spectrum disorders throughout the community with current literature, conferences, fundraisers and up-to-date information via their website or contact Marcia Biordi-Brown at (847) 444-0019.