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    Established in 1971, the Autism Society of Minnesota is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to education, advocacy and support designed to enhance the lives of those affected by autism from birth through retirement.
  • Steps of Hope for Autism in Minnesota 2017

    Join the Minnesota autism community for the state’s most powerful fundraising walk for autism featuring a colossal autism resource fair and the new AuSM Flash Dash! March 5, 2017 from 8:30-11 a.m. at Southdale Center. Register today!

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  • 22nd Annual Minnesota Autism Conference

    The Autism Society of Minnesota invites you to participate in the 22nd Annual Minnesota Autism Conference April 26-29, 2017. During this event, we will join our voices as a passionate community to inspire learning, hope, and innovation. Here experts, parents, caregivers, educators, paraprofessionals, mental health professionals, service providers, and individuals on the spectrum will have a platform to connect, collaborate, advocate, and educate.

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    AuSM social skills classes foster confidence and self-esteem while participants learn how to make friends and have fun.

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    AuSM provides a variety of continuing education options for parents, caregivers, educators, direct support staff, business professionals, organizations, individuals with autism, and the community. Experienced educators present on topics that align with your interests and serve to enhance your life.

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  • Uniting the Community Events

    In partnership with area businesses and organizations, AuSM is pleased to offer monthly opportunities for families and individuals with autism to come together and enjoy fun activities in supportive, welcoming environments.

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  • Special needs and siblings AuSM Skillshop on Feb. 21
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Special needs and siblings AuSM Skillshop on Feb. 21

SiblingsPlayJoin us for an AuSM Skillshop on Feb. 21 from 7-9 p.m. as AuSM therapist Jennifer Reinke, PhD, LAMFT, CFLE presents "Special Needs & Special Sibs: A Family AuSM Skillshop" at the Academy of Whole Learning in St. Louis Park. Dr. Reinke will discuss the unique challenges, rewards, and dynamics experienced by families impacted by a variety of special needs. Special emphasis will be placed on the experiences and needs of siblings (ages 10+) who have a brother or sister with special needs. Though siblings with autism may attend, this AuSM Skillshop is tailored for parents and neurotypical siblings. Childcare will not be provided. Siblings may attend at no charge with a paid, participating parent or caregiver. Click here for more information and to register.