Why You Should Ride and Walk FAR!
Wall Street Rides FAR 2018 is Saturday, October 13!

Get ready to ride your bike or walk to support autism research! The Fourth Annual  Wall Street Rides FAR (For Autism Research)  is less than two weeks away! For bikers, we'll have four different routes (63, 30, 20 and 4 miles) all of which offer beautiful views of fall foliage in Westchester County. We'll also have a 5k walk, which will be a fabulous opportunity for families to participate together while raising critically needed funds for autism research. After you ride or walk, join us for a festive lunch, bouncy castle, playground activities and more! 
Register for Ride FAR Today!

Register now to save time on event day. 

Come out and join us as a rider, walker, or volunteer on Saturday, October 13 !

Learn more and register for the event  here

Volunteers sign up here
International Research and Local Services to be Featured at Annual Rockland Autism Symposium

There are fewer than 50 tickets left for the 13th Annual Rockland County Autism Symposium. The ASF-sponsored event will feature morning speaker sessions, including Dr. Declan Murphy of King's College in London, who directs Europe's largest autism research program. The afternoon will feature breakout sessions with professionals providing quality autism services in New York and New Jersey to people all across the spectrum. The event will be held on Thursday, October 25 at the Pearl River Hilton in Pearl River, NY

Online registration only. To register, please visit here.
Improving Health Outcomes for People with Autism

Last Thursday, the Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee (IACC) held a public workshop focused on the health needs of people with autism. Topics included epilepsy, sleep and gastrointestinal problems. 

IACC Workshop presentations and materials can be viewed here.
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