AUTISM SUPPORT GROUP OF GENESEE COUNTY

aka Autism Support & Resource Center   |   Burton, MI   |  www.geneseeautism.org

Mission

We provide social, recreational and life skills programs to people living with autism through all phases of life.

Ruling year info

2005

Executive Director

Amy Daleo

Main address

G4476 S Dort Hwy

Burton, MI 48529 USA

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EIN

84-1645502

NTEE code info

Autism (G84)

Alliance/Advocacy Organizations (G01)

Disabled Persons' Rights (R23)

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Our programs

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Monthly Socials

We offer monthly socials for those living with Autism Spectrum Disorders.  Socials are available for teens and adults, as well as a special girls only social. This opportunity allows individuals to socialize, develop friendships, entertain, and offer support to each other.

Population(s) Served

Special Needs Basketball for ages 6-18 years of age.  Two sessions per year.  Eight week program.

Population(s) Served

Special Needs Soccer for children 4-18.

Population(s) Served

Power Camp  has been developed to expand the capabilities, confidence and quality of life for children with autism spectrum disorders by providing programs designed to encourage fun, learning and social interaction in a positive environment.  Children ages 7-16 years old.  Partnership with YMCA Camp Copneconic.

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(1) Autism Support & Resource Center: Located at 4476 S. Dort Hwy, Burton, MI 48529 provides activities, sports & recreation. Offer advocacy to parents and families with autism spectrum disorder at school. Offer community awareness, training and education. Hold seminars for parents, caregivers and educators/professionals to understand autism spectrum disorders. Provide transition planning for teens that are getting older and considering independent living. Add staffing for the daily administration of the resource center and programs. Offer daycare for children with autism spectrum disorder.

(2) Transitional Living Program: Located off-site (nearby urban), a safe and secure ‘family’ style environment designed for participants who have demonstrated the ability to transition to independent living. Well trained direct care aides and/or life skill coaches 24/7.

(3) Off Site Apartment Complex: Attaining and Maintaining Independence:
Located off site (nearby urban), offering a safe secure independent living environment for participants able to achieve independent living with support. Designed like senior citizen apartments with 24 hour on site security, support and social interaction opportunities.

(4) Specialized Residential Community: Located on a safe and secure ‘family’ style environment for participants not ready for independent living. Well trained direct care aides and/or life skill coaches 24/7. The specialized residential project will provide supported working opportunities for residents with proceeds going to support programming for residents in all 3 levels of residential care.

Since the opening of our Autism Support & Resource Center in April 2012, our membership has tripled in size. Our programs and events are very well attended. The ASRC is assisting and advocating for families and all ages of individuals with autism.

Funding: The programs are funded through (a) participant government assistance, (b) revenues generated from businesses operated by the facility, (c) participant family financial support, and (d) fundraising activities.

Partnership with Baker College will help families living with autism through our "Sensory Room" and during kids activities and socials.
Partnership with YMCA Camp Copneconic gives children with autism a unique summer camp experience that typical children have.

Financials

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AUTISM SUPPORT GROUP OF GENESEE COUNTY

Board of directors
as of 12/02/2019
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Amy Morris

no affiliation

Term: 2013 - 2014

Anne Haley

no affiliation

Patrick Patterson

no affiliation

Tamara Sampson

Mott Children's Health Center

Jennifer Reif

Beckie Jacobs

Emma S Stroud

Christy Bradford

Jan Borum