We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization led by parents who have children with autism. We provide essential information on early intervention so the children can get the right help ASAP!
What We Do
1. Ask Our Board Members: We offer one-on-one consultations with our board members who have firsthand experience with autism. You can find more information and access this service here.
2. Monthly Zoom Support Meetings: We host support meetings via Zoom where families can connect, share experiences, and receive guidance from experts in the field. Register for the upcoming meeting here
3. Spectrum of Hope Advocacy Grant: We provide grants to support families in need. To learn more about this initiative and apply, click here.
4. Collaboration with Other Autism Organizations: We actively collaborate with other autism organizations within our community. By fostering partnerships and working together, we aim to maximize our impact and enhance the support available to families. Notable collaborations include Code the Spectrum, Disability Voices United, Korean SDP Network, Seesaw Communities, Being Built Together and UCLA Air-B Network
5. Publication: We translated and made available in the Korean language “A Work in Progress” a comprehensive guide for parents and professionals working with autistic children, published by Autism Partnership. This was possible with generous permission from Dr. Ron Leaf and the help of Professor Kyung Mee Chung of Yonsei University who oversaw the translated work. The book is available for purchase in the U.S. at here
Our mission is to instill hope and empower families by providing pertinent and accurate information on autism diagnosis and treatment thereby making a positive impact on their lives.