The Autism Hero Project seeks to improve the lives of children with autism, people otherwise on the autism spectrum, and their families through providing financial assistance for Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) therapeutic services, helping others understand autism-related needs in everyday life, and promoting more than just awareness among communities. We strive to create a world of inclusion,
where ALL means ALL.
Open enrollment begins September 1st through November 15th.
Las aplicaciones se recibirán entre septiembre 1 hasta el 15 de noviembre.
and send to firstname.lastname@example.org
DESCARGA LA APLICACION
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April is Autism Awareness Month So….
Who loves Salsa! Who loves Disco! Who loves Dancing! Who’s in To Dance for “The Autism Hero Project.” MARK YOUR CALENDARS! Sunday, April 14th come Dance for Autism. For only $25! From 1 – 7 PM and your ticket price is considered as a 100% Donation. WHO WANTS TICKETS and how many? Live bands, DJ, Dancers and Salsa Lessons! Bring your tribes! Also Private Tables are available for your company at $300
to rest your feet from all that dancing! Not much more than a regular Ticket price for your group… And FREE PARKING!
Don’t Delay since ADVANCE TICKET SALES ONLY … No door sales!
MUST BE 21 TO ENTER.
THE AUTISM HERO PROJECT INAUGURAL FUNDRAISER DINNER
The Autism Hero Project (AHP) invites you to become “HEROES” who can truly make a significant difference in the lives of children with autism. One hundred percent of the proceeds will go toward a medical insurance fund to help these children gain access to ABA therapy and other options to help them communicate and develop friendships—all ingredients to lead healthy, happy and productive lives. So many families cannot afford what is considered an out of pocket expense to get the therapy their children need and AHP gives them the resources to make therapy affordable. Last year, AHP raised $45,000 to help children on the autism spectrum because of HEROES like you.
partner with us
The Autism Hero Project loves to partner with local businesses to bring awareness about autism to all of their employees and how to best serve the autism community. In addition, we believe that it is not enough to be aware about autism as it is to create a world of inclusion by highlighting the many talents of adults on the autism spectrum available for hire.
IF YOU ARE A COMPANY THAT IS CONSCIOUS ABOUT CREATING A BETTER WORLD FOR ALL. CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO BE ONE OF OUR HERO PARTNERS.
Tamika Lecheé Morales (President) is a teacher, actress, writer and entrepreneur. She has also been awarded as Today’s Inspired Latina Woman of the Year.
Tamika’s interest in autism is personal. Her youngest son was diagnosed with autism in June 2015. Her own experience as a parent of a child with ASD led her to The Autism Hero Project, where she hopes to help provide healthcare access to autistic children of families in need, and do more than just raise awareness and educate communities about autism. She is an activist for creating a world of inclusion. Her life experience with autism has motivated her to write her next play titled “For the Love of Autism.”
Deborah A Rosario Wilbert
Currently residing in Crystal Lake with her
husband of 32 years. They have three (adult) children and two lovely granddaughters. In 2017, she retired from her 26 year banking career, allowing her to volunteer her time for such a worthy cause like The Autism Hero Project.
She is honored and excited to be a part of The Autism Hero Project and what it
represents. Having a child (and brother) with autism she knows just how important it is to their success to have every resource available to them.
Sylvia A Garcia
Licensed Realtor since 1994, Member of the Realtors Association of the Fox Valley, Member of the National Association of Realtors, Member of the Hispanic Network Speaks. Sylvia Volunteers with many organizations: Easter Seals, Association of Individual Development and Dundee Rotary with events for special needs children and adults.
The Autism Hero Project is so important to her because she has worked with children her entire working life and believes that every child has a voice and should be heard.
A retired legal secretary, married has one daughter and four grandsons. Deborah has several friends with children with Autism. Therefore is honored to be working with The Autism Hero Project, it is a worthy cause as every child deserves the best education and healthcare to become successful in their endeavors…”They are our future!”
“I look forward to continue working with this organization to bring awareness about
Autism and help families impacted with autism.”
+1 (847) 909-8740
2612 Pondview Drive Algonquin IL 60102