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Saying goodbye to 2017

One of my favorite quotes is "the only time you should ever look back, is to see how far you have come!" Looking back on 2017, reflecting on what we have accomplished, the first thing that comes to mind is collaboration! Reflecting on 2017 and thinking about what The New Mexico Autism Society has accomplished I am humbled knowing that that our collaborative efforts are making a difference in the lives of those affected by autism! We are thankful for those      collaborations in 2017 [read more…]

Polar Express Experience

Thank you for joining Bridges Inc and The New Mexico Autism Society for our ‘Polar Express Experience!” At the bottom of the post is the sign in sheet! If you do it now and submit, it you do not need to do it at the event! When you arrive through the entrance into “The Polar Express Station,” you will be greeted by our Caring Santa! Make yourself comfortable for our screening of “The Polar Express!” When you choose to do so, line up and [read more…]

Upcoming Events September

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Autism Friendly Business (AFB)

Autism Friendly Business (AFB) is a program that was developed by the New Mexico Autism Society in order to encourage and celebrate community inclusion.  Recognition of an AFB comes after each application has been reviewed by the New Mexico Autism Society.  This recognition allows all affected by autism to know where is a safe place in the community that is actively working to include individuals with autism through sensory friendly events, partnering with the New Mexico Autism Society, has hired an individual with autism, and/or much more.  [read more…]

Walk for Autism event information

The Ellen Reavis Walkfor Autism is a  Charity event to benefit the New Mexico Autism Society. Thank you for your participation and support!! Event Information Friday, April 21st 12 pm-6pm Packet Pick Up-Riverpoint Sports and Wellness (9190 COORS Blvd COORS&PASEO) You will receive your shirt size that you suggested on your registration form, an event schedule and   parking map, and bracelet, for those who registered for the 5k, Kids K and Star Walk. All other           [read more…]


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Call to Action House Bill 75

House Bill 75 (limiting the use of restraint and seclusion) will be before House Education Committee on Friday (2/3), morning at 8:30am in Santa Fe. If you are able to join us at the committee meeting to stand in favor of the bill, that would be very helpful. You can find the text of the bill by CLICKING HERE You can also contact the House Ed committee chair and members to voice your support for the bill.   A simple letter could [read more…]

Text Alerts from the New Mexico Autism Society

Stay up to date with current events, get calls of action during the legislative session and more! It's simple and easy!  [read more…]

Autism Flexible Funding

The New Mexico Department of Health - Developmental Disabilities Supports Division (DDSD) is excited to announce a new Autism Flexible Services Program. Several organizations have worked with DDSD to design this program to help meet the needs of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families. The purpose of this program is to provide access to funding for a variety of services and supports (not goods) for families of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) who are not eligible for Medicaid services. The Program Fact [read more…]