The Autism Program is a vital resource to our local communities. We work together to evaluate and support the community needs related to autism spectrum disorder. The Autism Program connects with parents, caregivers, professionals and the community at large to unite, embrace, accept and advocate for autism spectrum disorder.
The Autism Program of Easterseals, Rockford IceHogs and several community partners will be offering several Anti-Bullying innovative in the community.
The Autism Program of Easterseals, Rockford IceHogs, and several community partners will be offering several Anti-Bullying initiatives in the community. Through our partnerships, we hope that our community will recognize the type of bullying that occurs in all environments and to all people. We provide valuable resources and information to help anyone who is experiencing bullying or know of someone who is. Our goal is to continue to bring this critical issue forward and put an end to bullying. We are thankful for our partnership with the Rockford IceHogs and their efforts to bring awareness and celebrate differences.
The Autism Program of Easterseals partners with the Rockford Noon Lions to run a Leo Club for individuals ages 14 to 30 with special needs and their peers. The structure of this Leo Club is the only one of its kind in the United States. They also have an elected board and work on services projects.
A group where parents, caregivers and community members can talk about topics related to autism spectrum disorder. The purpose of the group is for people to connect, help support each other and build a support network.
Thank you to our friends at Mercy Health Project Search, RAMP, Roosevelt Student Leaders, and Rockford Noon Lions for helping us with our Parkview Pride Leo Club ongoing service Project of collecting plastic caps.
Educating Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder