Our World Has Changed!
The lack of structure, routine, isolation and coping with this pandemic is profoundly affecting life for all of us. Questions about school, work, friends and life make predictability and planning nearly impossible. Families and individuals who have autism are feeling it and experiencing unprecedented levels of anxiety.
Having a supportive and safe community is critical for coping, but our community looks much different today. We are working hard to give you opportunities and programs to connect. Here are some ways we can help Because Autism Never Takes A Break.
YOUR MISSION IS
AutismOklahoma was founded by parents in Oklahoma to improve quality of life and create opportunities for our loved ones with autism.
We provide a platform for parents, providers, professionals and community partners who have a heart to serve families affected by autism. Creating unique opportunities is our secret for Quality of life, for life!
We use a holistic approach to create opportunities for families, children, teens and adults resulting in more happiness, joy and a higher quality of life, for life.
AutismOklahoma engages families and the community to invest together to grow, learn and serve families affected by autism.
To do our best, we need you!
YEAR IN REVIEW
Take a look back with us to see what an amazing year AutismOklahoma.org had in 2019 thanks to you!
- 12,207 Volunteer Hours Given
- 10,000 Served Through Outreach
- 4,500 Families Directly Impacted
- 1,578 Participant Experiences
- 826 Volunteers
- 113 Programs and Activities
- 40 Outreach Programs
WE ARE LOCAL
AutismOklahoma had grassroots beginnings in 2002 when families began meeting together to help problem solve family challenges. Our BIG DREAM is quality of life, for life, for every individual in Oklahoma who has autism. We create opportunities and engage families to help their own family and a few more.
Our programs are FREE or NEARLY FREE and are funded by donations. 100% of every dollar donated stays in Oklahoma, and 95 cents of every dollar donated is used to fund programs that serve Oklahomans.