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Thank you all for your support of Autism Society Los Angeles.  It's been a busy couple of months with Autism Acceptance month in April, Memorial Day Observances and our May/June Independent Facilitator training partnered with North LA County Regional Center.

ASLA continues to work with LAPD to provide Autism Safety training, a program we are looking to expand into additional local police departments in the near future.

Our Warm-Line continues to provide assistance to the community, and we are seeing increased call volume as the community works through the lingering pandemic and a challenging economy.

Again, thanks for your support, and remember, every dollar donated in LA is invested in LA with ASLA...

Donate HERE

Andy Kopito

President, Autism Society of Los Angeles

Do you know Autism Society of Los Angeles has a

FREE Warm-Line?

Please call (424) 299-1531 or

contact us at or HERE

if you have any questions regarding you or your loved ones diagnosis & navigation of the healthcare or support systems.

ASLA’s Resource Specialist will return your call/email to help address your questions or concerns.

This is a valuable resource to our self advocates, families, providers, and community and we are proud to be able to offer this service.

(ALL disabilities supported)

Look forward to hearing from you!

As COVID advice evolves around the country you may still need these resources during transition:

  • ASLA has a limited quantity of MASKS and TEST KITS for FREE. Please reach out to us at to arrange pickup time.
  • Los Angeles Counting Testing Sites - HERE
  • FOUR (4) MORE FREE at-⁠home COVID-⁠19 tests. Every home in the U.S. is eligible to order FOUR (4) free at-⁠home COVID-⁠19 tests. The tests are completely FREE. Orders will usually ship in 7-12 days. Order your tests now so you have them when you need them! - HERE


The CA Dept of Public Health (CDPH) has issued a new State Public Health Order requiring vaccinations for Health Care Workers in the Home & Other Settings by Nov 30th. This may impact your IHSS provider.

Click here to see the full order from CA Public Health

Autism Society of Los Angeles

Thanks their Business Members for their generosity.

Gold Members

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Ways To Help ASLA

We are fortunate to be surrounded by caring, talented, and generous people. As a community based organization, we rely on those around us in order to have a greater impact on the individuals that we serve. If your heart is interested in helping us become a better and stronger resource, take a look at the list below for ideas on how to help.

  • Join our Amazon Smile
  • Donate an unwanted Vehicle
  • In-Kind Gifts
  • Employee Matching Gift Program 
  • Recommend a ____Charitable event or fundraiser

All funds raised for ASLA stay in Los Angeles County to strengthen our programs to positively impact our community.

To inquire further about giving back to ASLA please contact us at

ASLA Events & Initiatives

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Can I participate in the Self-Determination Program?

To be eligible for the program, you or your family member must:

  • Have a developmental disability and currently be receiving services from a California regional center OR be a new client of a regional center
  • Be over the age of three or, if under, be qualified for services through the Lanterman Act
  • Live in the community and have free choice in your life. You are not eligible if you live in a licensed long-term health care facility unless you are using it to transition from that facility.

For more information

To contact your area’s Regional Center about next steps, please click Regional Center Listing for a list of regional center telephone number and ask to speak to the Self-Determination Program (SDP) Coordinator.

If you need help navigating the process and your regional center’s SDP Coordinator isn’t available, please click our SCDD Regional Office Listing and click on “Regional Offices” to contact your local SCDD Office.

To keep informed on SDP implementation updates click DDS Self-Determination Information and Resources to find out more.

To connect with others interested in a variety of SDP topics, please visit the SCDD SDP Facebook Forum and request to join.

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Join the GRAMMY Museum and Minibop every second Saturday of every month at 9am for a one-of-a-kind sensory integration music class for Sensory Friendly Saturday. Local families and members can enjoy the space with less crowding, quieter sound levels, lower lighting, and free admission to the GRAMMY Museum.

In addition, guests including but not limited to those on the spectrum can participate in the free sensory music class at 10am, including free snacks and free parking. 

This program is made possible by the generous support of ACM Lifting Lives.

Advanced registration is requested!

The registration link:

Adult Meet-Up Groups - June

Here are our events for June of 2022:

b)For Friday, June 17th at 6:30 p.m.:

c)For Friday, June 24th at 6:30 p.m.:

a)On Sunday, June 19th at 1:00 p.m., there will be a follow-up Online Yoga and Meditation Event. More information can be found here:

a)On Monday, June 20th at 7:00 p.m., we will be having an Online AS/HFA Support Group. More information can be found here:

a)On Thursday, June 23rd at 7:00 p.m., we will be having a follow-up Online Game Night event. More information can be found here:

7)On Wednesday, June 15th at 7:00 p.m., we will be having an in person Karaoke event. More information can be found here:

8)On Saturday, June 25th at 1:30 p.m. we will be having an in person Game Day event. More information can be found here:

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