Autism Delaware

Autism Delaware

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Game Plan

Have you made it out to our Game Plan meetings? There's still time! See below for remaining dates and locations!

Join Brian Hall for the Game Plan, This Fall!

Autism Delaware's Executive Director, Brian Hall wants you to join him for an special opportunity to have an interactive Game Plan discussion.

In this small group setting, Brian will share his team's innovative strategies to build upon the successful programs that help individuals and families affected by autism. Brian is also looking for participants from our community to share thoughts and experiences and to offer ideas on Autism Delaware's Game Plan.

Space is limited at these Game Plan Sessions, so register now!

9/30/2019 (11:00 AM - 1:00 PM) Lewes Grotto’s
9/30/2019 (6:30 PM - 8:30 PM) Seaford Grotto’s
10/2/2019 (6:30 PM - 8:30 PM) Newark Cabela’s - FULL!

Check out the flyer or registration page for dates!

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With questions, please contact Sarah Young at (302) 224-6020 x 204 or
Category: Autism, Advocacy, Education, & Support,Family Shade Member
Autism Delaware’s mission is to help people and families affected by autism.

Our vision is that all people with autism have opportunities to learn, grow and live full lives as included and valued members of their communities.

We will…
Continue to expand creative and innovative services, resources and support to individuals and families, while using evidence-based methods to become a model for others.

Build capacity in the community by partnering and collaborating with other entities, leading a group effort that will provide a wide array of person-centered, individualized services across the lifespan to meet the growing need.

Be the leading resource for expertise, advocacy and raising awareness of autism in Delaware.
“Autism Delaware impacts the lives of thousands of Delawareans affected by autism every day through advocacy, support, information and direct services. We cannot do that without your support. The dollars you donate and the time you spend go directly to work right in Delaware. ”