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The Autism Society of Hawaii serves children and adults on the autism disorder spectrum and works to develop opportunities for all those affected so that they can reach their highest potential.

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4/1/2018 Hilo – Sensitive Friendly Showing of “Sherlock Gnomes”

To kick off National Autism Awareness Month (NAAM), ASH if happy to present a Sensitive Friendly Showing of “Sherlock Gnomes”. *** A minimum of 100 seats are required to have this screening. IF the minimum amount of seats are met by 03/29/18, a separate payment link will be sent to those who have RSVP’d. April

Kauai – National Autism Awareness Month (NAAM) event

Below are links to fliers for a National Autism Awareness Month (NAAM) event on Kauai at Rob’s Good Time Grill and a Bishop Museum Trip to see Exhibition Dinosaur! Kauai NAAM Lunch at Rob’s Good Time Grill Flyer Bishop Museum Exhibition: Dinosaur! Flyer

1st Annual Autism Walk and Resource Fair

On Saturday, April 28, 2018 Autism Society of Hawaii will be hosting our 1st Annual 5K Walk and Resource Fair Fundraising Event. We will be promoting Autism Awareness and showcasing the fabulous agencies, available resources, and opportunities that support our families and those affected by autism. Details When: Saturday, April 28, 2018 Registration Day of Event:

Research Opportunity for Parents of Children with ASD

Jennifer Vetter, a doctoral student in Clinical Psychology at Binghamton University (SUNY) under the supervision of Dr. Jennifer Gillis Mattson and Dr. Raymond Romanczyk, is conducting a research study to better understand how parents of children with ASD make decisions regarding their child’s treatment. This study has been approved by the Institutional Review Board (IRB).

Special Needs Planning – 3 Part Series

SCOTT SUZUKI, Attorney at Law & ASH Presents: Special Needs Planning: 3 Part Series on the 3rd Thursday in February, March and April (2/15, 3/15, 4/19) from 6:00 – 7:30pm at Saint Louis Alumni Association Hall * Kalaepohaku Room * 916 Coolidge St. Honolulu, HI 96826 2/15/18: Special Needs Planning Overview – Legal methods of enhancing the quality of

Mahalo Rosendin Electric!!!

A big “Mahalo” to Kevin Buchholz and his staff at Rosendin Electric for donating $1,010.00 from the Holiday Party to the Autism Society of Hawaii! Rosendin Electric provides design and construction services, which optimize building performance and improve occupant satisfaction, Rosendin Electric also implements sustainable practices throughout their offices, warehouses, prefabrication locations and project sites.

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Wandering Incidents During Holidays Significantly Increase Risk of Harm

With two recent deaths on Christmas and Christmas Eve, the National Autism Association is warning caregivers about the increased risks of autism-related wandering during the holidays. On Christmas Eve, a 15-year-old boy with autism died from injuries sustained after being struck by a vehicle. The next day, the body of 7-year-old boy with autism was

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National Autism Association (NAA) Toolkits

The National Autism Association (NAA) has Toolkits for Caregivers (Elopement), First Responders, Teachers, Meeting the Police, First Signs, Grandparents and Age of Majority available for download. Links to each of the tool kits are below. The kits may also be ordered free as hard copies through the NAA website at: http://nationalautismassociation.org/. Age of Majority –

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