Bryantâ€™s mom desperately wanted her sons to bond. Today, the boys are buddies thanks to the work of Autism Society of NC staff.
The Autism Society of North Carolina improves the lives of individuals with autism, supports their families, and educates communities.
1 in 59 children may be diagnosed with autism in North Carolina
20,000+ individuals receive direct services annually in North Carolina
89Â˘ of every dollar
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Together, we can help individuals with autism build fulfilling lives and contribute to their communities through their unique gifts.
For the Ludwig family of Holly Springs, autism awareness is a family affair. Mason Ludwig, who was diagnosed with autism when he was 3, is now an â€śactive 11-year-old who loves YouTube, French fries, Mickey Mouse, and most of all, his family!â€? said his mother, Kelley Ludwig. â€śMasonâ€™s brothers are both amazing advocates for spreading…
The Autism Society of North Carolina would like to partner with you to keep your family safe. With hurricane season upon us, and Hurricane Irma possibly heading toward North Carolina in coming days, we wanted to share some information to help you prepare. We have created two social narratives that you may find useful for…
What does the future hold for my son? As a parent of an adult child with special needs, I have been asking myself the same question for the past 24 years. When my son was very young, I exhausted myself, my child, and all of my loved ones by going from one expert to another…