Support the Autism Services, Inc. Resource Center

Your contribution will enhance the services offered through our newest location in the Village of Hamburg, NY.

A fundraising campaign for Autism Services, Inc.

Thanks to the generosity of our donors and the Board of Directors of J.P.’s Foundation, our dream of offering services to the Southtowns through the Autism Services, Inc. Resource Center is now a reality. All are welcome to visit this unique facility, located at 97 Main Street in the Village of Hamburg. The ASI Resource Center offers a rich lending library, sensory room, art gallery access to a Medicaid Service Coordinator (MSC) and a meeting/training space.

Your support is needed to ensure the future success of this important community resource. Funds raised through this campaign will be used to purchase outdoor sensory equipment and supplies. For more information, please visit Thank you!

Share this Campaign!

About the Organization

Autism Services, Inc. was founded in 1982 as a Saturday recreation program for children with autism. Over the last four decades, ASI has grown to become the only Western New York agency solely focused on supporting children and adults with autism, and their families. The agency has locations throughout the region offering a variety of individualized educational and quality of life services. Today, ASI provides support in many ways through an education program for adolescents ages 5-21, adult day services that encourage community inclusion and work-readiness, 13 residences, a well-respected visual and performing arts program, and extensive community outreach offerings.

Our mission is creating meaningful opportunities that enrich the lives of people with autism, their families and their communities. To that end, the agency is committed to a group of core objectives in treating, educating, and caring for people with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). These are:
• Independence at its highest level
• Development and attainment of personal goals and objectives
• Maximizing...

Read More