Registration is Now Open for Wall Street Rides FAR

Registration is officially open for ASF's annual Wall Street Rides FAR (For Autism Research)  event on October 5 , a scenic bike ride through the lower Hudson Valley.  

This family friendly event features ride routes of varying distances as well as a 5k Trail Walk.

All funds raised at the ride support ASF's cutting-edge autism research programs .
Over 100 people attended the kickoff happy hour at Pier A in New York City.

Ride FAR Chairs Bryan and Melissa Harkins at the Kickoff Event in NYC
The Morris Family at the Kickoff Event.

ASF will bring its popular "Day of Learning" symposium  to San Francisco. Save the Date!
Research study trying to find signs of autism before visible symptoms emerge.  Enroll today!

The Infant Brain Imaging Study (IBIS) is recruiting new families in an effort to understand when changes in the brain begin in autism and whether they can be used for diagnosis.  Any family with an older child with autism and an infant sibling is eligible to participate at sites across the US. (The study will even pay for your travel to get there!)  Participation includes consultation with top autism clinicians, brain scans of your baby and assistance with referrals to local services.   To learn more about the study go to

What makes autism brains unique? 

Join us for a webinar and live Q&A session with Dr. Daniel Geschwind at UCLA to explain what his lab has found studying the brains of people with autism.  You have to register here, but participation is FREE!