Aloha, As a person with autism, my sensory issues are a facet of life most people aren’t aware of. The most sensitive sensory region is my face. The threat of corona virus and state regulations are mandating I face my sensory issues by wearing a mask, pun intended. Yet my greatest mask problem loomed outside
The Star Advertiser posted a great article today on the new PBS Kids’ Series “Hero Elementary”. The setting of this animated series is inside a grade school where four superhero students are learning to master their special powers. Read the story by Mark Kennedy, Associated Press here: https://www.staradvertiser.com/2020/06/14/features/a-superhero-kid-with-autism-shines-in-new-pbs-kids-series/. OR visit the PBS Kids Website here:
As we begin the Spring Season, we look forward to celebrating love, hope and growth. And it’s a time when we look forward to seeing our families at our “3rd Annual HELE for Autism & Resource Fair” at Magic Island on Saturday, April 11th. This is a wonderful opportunity for us to gather as a
Aloha, We’re so grateful for your generosity to everyone living with Autism and Autism Spectrum Disorders. Your kindness and support enable us to further our mission through the design, implementation, and enhancement of our programs throughout the year, including “Dining Differently”, “Sensory Friendly Films”, “Look I’m Flying”, “Sensory Friendly Honolulu City Lights Trolley Ride”, and
Our Delta, Look I’m flying event was a huge success. Visit the link below to see the news coverage from the event. Mahalo to KHON Channel 2 News at six!
Aloha ASH Ohana! We hope everyone is having a wonderful summer. The Autism Society of Hawaii is excited to share with you all of the exciting happenings of the past few months. Mahalo nui loa for your continued support. Download the ASH September 2019 Newsletter here.
Mahalo to all who joined us for Dining Differently at Zippy’s. It was good to have families come together and enjoy a meal in an autism friendly, non judgmental environment.
Download the September Digital Toolkit Here! The September Toolkit focuses around “Advocacy & Transitions”, specifically focusing on adult transitions, advocacy stories, independent living, and post-secondary education. National public policy statements, advocacy tips, and resources for navigating care have been included. Click the social media calendar on page 6, and see copy examples under the September
Mahalo Everyone for coming out to Our ‘Ohana Summer Picnic Party! Here are just a few pictures from our event. Enjoy!
A Glimpse of the Day The Autism Society of Hawaii would like to thank all of our sponsors, donors, families & participants for making HELE for Autism such a huge success! We are proud to improve the lives of those effected by Autism and their families here in Hawai’i!! ?? Mahalo to all of you!