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St. Patty’s Day Beatdown

By Maly Marketing On March 1, 2016

Puzzle Walk Registration NOW OPEN!

By nebraska On February 28, 2016

The Autism Society of Nebraska Puzzle Walk – Omaha is open for REGISTRATION! Register now!  Click HERE

Dan Archwamety Post-secondary Education Scholarship

By nebraska On January 20, 2016

A scholarship of up to $500 is available this year for an individual with a diagnosis of ASD. The scholarship must be used toward completing an accredited post-secondary course of study (educational or vocational).  The Scholarship will be awarded at the ASD State Conference on Thursday April 7, 2016. More details on the scholarship and the […]

Autism Advocate Award Nominee

By nebraska On January 20, 2016

Do you know someone who demonstrates remarkable advocacy for an individual or group of individuals with autism spectrum disorders? Nominate them for the Autism Society of Nebraska – Autism Advocate Award.  Nominations are due by March 18, 2016. You can find more information on the Award here   ASN-Autism-Advocate-Award-2016

2016 Walk T-shirt Contest! HURRY NEW DEADLINE March 5th!

By nebraska On January 12, 2016

It’s that time of year again!  Have fun and start designing! Tshirt Design Flyer 2016 Extended entry date

Hillary Clinton Outlines Autism Proposal

By nebraska On January 6, 2016

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-politics/wp/2016/01/05/hillary-clinton-outlines-autism-proposal-calling-for-nationwide-early-screening-initiative/

Nebraska ABLE Program News Release

By nebraska On December 2, 2015

Click here News Release ABLE

Autism in Love – Movie Free Showing in Lincoln

By nebraska On December 1, 2015

2015-11-30 NET Indie Lens Pop-Up Event Dec. 13 Features Film ‘Autism in Love’

Judge: State must cover medically necessary autism services

By nebraska On September 22, 2015

Link to the Journal Star Story By Lori Pilger | Lincoln Journal Star Nebraska must pay for autism services — and any other treatments deemed medically necessary — for the state’s Medicaid-eligible children, a Lancaster County judge has ruled. In a 19-page order filed Tuesday, District Judge John Colborn found a state Department of Health […]

KMTV interviews ASN: Republican debate’s spotlight on autism helps raise awareness

By nebraska On September 17, 2015

Republican debate’s spotlight on autism helps raise awareness Watch HERE By Miranda Christian. OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) – Republican candidate Donald Trump highlighted the autism and vaccine issue at the Republican debate Wednesday night. Trump suggested that vaccines can cause autism. Coincidentally, the next day was “The Big Give for Autism” fundraiser, held by the Autism […]