Autism Society, Central Ohio Chapter (ASCO) offers families and professionals educational opportunities to learn about autism on a local and national level. ASCO strives to offer a variety of workshops, family supports and informational sessions by local and national leaders on an annual basis.
Autism Society, Central Ohio Chapter is a dynamic afflilate partnering with The Ohio State University, OCALI, Nationwide Children's Hospital and other leaders in autism to provide the best for Central Ohio!!!
ASCO is the proud sponsor of the first ever Autism Event at COSI. It was a huge success! Families were able to explore COSI one hour before the general public. COSI provided autism friendly exhibits! We have several dates for 2014.
ASCO is also a proud sponsor of the Autism Leadership Reception, bringing leaders in autism together to learn about research, programs, services and resources.
ASCO delights in offering a friendly session with Santa every year. Remember to visit our website this winter to schedule an up close and personal meeting with Santa……he and his staff come every year and offer kids and families a non-mall like experience.
ASCO most important benefit is the opportunity to talk with other parents and professionals - to share information and to realize that you are not alone in this journey.
ASCO is always looking for suggestions, so if you have an idea, please feel free to email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call the chapter office at (614) 284-6323
3rd Delaware Turkey Trot 5k Run/Walk & Little Gobbler Kid’s Run
Come join us as we raise money Autism Society, Central Ohio Chapter.
Bring the whole family and enjoy a 5K run or walk prior to Thanksgiving dinner!!!
8:30 am Little Gobbler Kid’s Run
Turkey Trot 5K to follow
Registration: $28 until November 1st
$32 Nov 2nd and after ($40 day of race)
Kid’s Race: $10 until Nov 1st ($15 Nov 2nd and after)
Race Day Registration: 7:00 am - Registration Opens
Race Website: www.delawareturkeytrot.com
Saturday, July 12, 2014
Sponsored by: MOBILE (Mid Ohio Board for an Independent Living Environment)
This event is an opportunity for children and adults with autism to experience the Butterfly exhibit at Franklin Park Conservatory. There will be a craft project and brief classroom presentation about butterflies followed by a tour of the South Conservatory. The butterflies fly free in the South Conservatory; if you wear bright colored clothing there is a chance a butterfly will land on you! It is warm and bright in the Conservatory, so bring sunglasses and maybe a hat as needed.
Please review this Butterfly Social Story before registering for this event! This will insure that your child will understand what to expect!
April 27, 2014