Lets Get Ready for Summer!

Lets Get Ready for Summer!

Posted on Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Summer is on it's way and ASBC is excited to provide some great opportunities.  We will be starting the summer off with our annual volunteer event, ASBC Bike Check In Team, for IronMan Boulder on June 9th.  Our 70% autistic team is hard working, efficient and a lot of fun.  Every year IronMan tells us how much they appreciate our clockwork ability to get the athletes bikes checked in and photographed. We love meeting the athletes and helping the community and they are always very grateful for our hard work.  

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Dazzled By Your Generosity!

Dazzled By Your Generosity!

Posted on Wednesday, March 14, 2018

  

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ASBC Has A New President

ASBC Has A New President

Posted on Wednesday, October 26, 2016

  

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Farewell Emmy

Farewell Emmy

Posted on Monday, May 02, 2016
If you know anything about ASBC you know Emmy Conroy.  Emmy has been the President of the Autism Society of Boulder County for over four years.  She has been the heart, soul, smile, hugs, brains and grit of ASBC for so long it is hard to imagine the organization without her.  However all good things come to an end and Emmy is retiring from the board and as ASBC president.  Her good bye letter is below.  ASBC and the entire Boulder County Autism community can not begin to describe the depths of our appreciation for all Emmy has done. She has been an amazing leader and will be deeply missed.  While she will no longer be leading our organization she will still be around. If you see her give her a hug and tell her that story about how she changed your life for the better.  We know you have one. 

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Of Course You Are Welcome Here

Of Course You Are Welcome Here

Posted on Tuesday, October 27, 2015

If you have ever been to an ASBC support group you know the feeling. You know what it is like to be accepted for who you are and for where you are at in your life no matter the circumstance. The parent of a child with a new diagnosis is taken in by parents who have walked alternative parenting paths for years when they come to an ASBC support group.  The 50 year old woman with only a checklist from the internet to confirm her suspicion that she is autistic is greeted and introduced to the group when she gets the courage to attend an ASBC adults on the spectrum support group.  Join us, it’s ok, we understand.  This is the little known beauty of the culture of Autism.  It is the beauty of inclusion and true support. 

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