Senate Approves ABLE Act Last night, the U.S. Senate passed the Achieving a Better Life Experience Act (ABLE) — a victory for grassroots advocacy for parents and people with disabilities. The Autism Society has worked with many partners in the disability community and with you, our members, to get this bill passed. The ABLE […]
ABLE Act Passes Senate!
ABLE ACT Passes in the House
ABLE Act Passes in the House
Sensory Santa Visits!
2015 Autism Puzzle Walks – Save the Dates!
CDC Autism Prevalence Rates
The Center for Disease Control (CDC) Autism prevalence rates. Here’s a quick look at the data: *1 in 68 children *1 in 42 males *Boys diagnosed at a rate nearly 5x that of girls *Most children not diagnosed until after age 4 *An estimated 1.2 million people under age 21 (Data for this study is […]
LB 505 Rally Email to your Senator
Feel free to copy and paste or just use parts! Dear Senator _____________, LB505 will come out of committee on Tuesday, April 1. I ask for your vote in support of this critical legislation when it comes to the floor. The autism community and all three major insurers in Nebraska have agreed […]
LB 505 Talking Points
Requires certain health insurance plans sold in Nebraska to provide coverage for the diagnosis and treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders in children and youth less than age 21. Covered services included behavioral health treatment including applied behavior analysis (ABA) when provided or supervised by a board certified behavior analyst or licensed psychologist. Caps coverage for […]
Autism Society Cookbook Coming Soon!
We have a Winner!
We have a Winner! Jacob D. “Be a Hero to Someone with Autism” design won the 2014 Autism Society Puzzle walk T-Shirt Design
Autism Society – Omaha Calendar of Events AUTISM SOCIETY – OMAHA ONGOING EVENTS Monthly Support and Bounce Night at PUMP IT UP (December 2nd) Supportive Sundays (Every Sunday) Recreation Club Teen / Young Adult Club AMC Theater hosts Sensory Friendly Movies (this is in partnership with our national organization, the Autism Society of America) AUTISM […]