AuSM Premier Partners
AuSM is pleased to acknowlege the businesses and organizations that have joined us in support of the programs and services we offer to enhance the lives of individuals with autism from birth through retirement.
Through the AuSM Premier Partner program, AuSM offers select organizations the opportunity align with us in support of the Minnesota autism community. AuSM Premier Partners generously give a minimum of $5,000 cash and/or in-kind donations to help fuel the success of AuSM programs and services over a 12-month period. Premier Partners are recognized and promoted to AuSM’s members, followers and fans via the AuSM website, on AuSM’s Facebook page and in other promotions throughout the year.
AuSM encourages patronage to the AuSM Premier Partner businesses and participation in the organizations who have dedicated their support to the Minnesota autism community.
AuSM Premier Partners
Accra has provided services to individuals with disabilities of all ages as well as older adults. The services provided support the independence of the individual and offer the highest quality care when needed, whether it is a self-directed program of Personal Care Assistance or Consumer-Directed Community Supports; home health care with the personalized attention of a skilled nurse or home health aide as well as providing customized living services in assisted living facilities. Accra offers these services throughout the state of Minnesota in all 87 counties.
Allegra Downtown St. Paul small business marketing pros can help you develop cost-effective print communications and marketing programs that take full advantage of our in-house graphic design, advanced printing services and mailing capabilities. See why a single, full-service marketing and printing resource makes better sense for small and medium-sized businesses looking to grow. Come and see Allegra. We're locally-owned and operated, proudly serving St. Paul-area businesses.
Anime Twin Cities is a non-profit corporation that conducts educational, charitable, and social activities related to the promotion and study of Japanese culture, specifically animated movies and television programs ("anime") and graphic novels ("manga") as well as the study of the Japanese language as it is used in anime and manga.
Autism Advocacy & Law Center provides specialized and expert legal advocacy. When you have a child who has a disability you are confronted by many challenges. Our philosophy is to confront each of these challenges head on. Our mission is to provide specialized and expert legal advocacy to help you navigate each of these challenges. So that you can be confident that you’ve done all you can for your child.
Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes believes that all children and adults can be taught to read and comprehend to their potential. They identify strengths and weaknesses that may be be affecting school performance in reading, comprehension, and math, and their instruction is based on an individual’s learning needs. Some students have dyslexia, autism spectrum disorders, or general learning challenges—and Lindamood-Bell makes a difference for each of them.
Minnesota Independence College & Community (MICC) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit vocational and life skills training program for young adults with learning differences and autism spectrum disorders (ASD). MICC educates individuals with MICC Curriculum, so they may learn skills and experience life. Their students and graduates achieve sustained, independent living; rewarding employment; financial security; personal growth; and responsible citizenship. MICC champions their students and graduates, carry their successes into the world, and collaborate with others in service of our vision.
For more than 50 years, St. David’s Center has been building relationships that nurture the development of every child and family. Today St. David's serves nearly 2,000 children and families annually through: Early Childhood Education, Early Intervention and Treatment, and Life-Phase Services, at our center in Minnetonka and in the community.
Vitals™ Aware Services is a great resource for people living with emotional, intellectual and behavioral disabilities. The Vitals service improves communication, increases independence, and allows first responders access to the information they need to create safer interactions. By joining Vitals™ you're participating in a growing effort to create safer communities for vulnerable individuals living with emotional, intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Shake Shack's Southdale Center location has selected AuSM as its charity partner. As part of this partnership, AuSM will receive 5% of all sales of the Pie Oh My concrete shake. Visit Shake Shack Southdale today!
AuSM is a proud charity partner of Community Health Charities (CHC). CHC is a nonprofit that raises awareness and resources for health and wellness by connecting the most trusted health charities, including AuSM, across the United States with more than 17 million caring donors through workplace giving campaigns, causes, wellness programs, employee engagement, and strategic partnerships. Look to designate a gift to AuSM in your workplace giving campaign to help us continue our mission of enhancing the lives of those affected by autism in Minnesota.
AuSM is a proud member of the MNCCD.