On World Autism Awareness Day on April 2nd, help us shine a light on those living with a diagnosis of ASD. Individuals with autism often experience a delay or impairment in their communication, which may include their speech, language, social, or cognitive-communication skills.
Raising awareness can help us better identify, treat, and demystify ASD. Please join us in lighting a blue bulb on April 2nd to show your support for World Autism Awareness Day.
Richmond is fortunate to have many great resources in our community. The Richmond Autism Interagency Committee (RAIC) helps connect families with services in the community and organizes an annual information fair. The Richmond Autism Parents Support (RAPS) group meets once per month and often has guest speakers. The Richmond Society for Community Living (RSCL) supports individuals and families of all ages. You can also find many educational resources including information on communication development, apps for learning, funding sources, and other community programs on our Resources page.
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