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The experience of Autism is not one thing. It is many things. Its dreams, talents, relationships, victories, hurdles, and everything in between. The connection between those experiences is you.

You break the mold. No matter who you are, the person you are is infiniteand you are the only you there is.

Autism Society Inland Empire Inc

The connection is you!

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We create connections, empowering everyone in the Autism community with the resources needed to live fully.

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420 N McKinley St Ste 111-118

Corona, CA 92879 USA

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420 N McKinley St Ste 111-118

Corona, CA 92879

Legal name of organization: Autism Society Inland Empire, Inc

EIN for payable organization: 45-5376014

Autism Society of America – Inland Empire Chapter

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990 or 990-EZ.

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Salary Of Key Persons

Presented here are up to five of this organization’s highest compensated employees. This compensation data includes salary, cash bonuses, and expense accounts and is displayed exactly how it is reported to the IRS. The amounts do not include nontaxable benefits, deferred compensation, or other amounts not reported on Form W-2. In some cases, these amounts may include compensation from related organizations. Read the IRS policies for compensation reporting

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Safety Presentation Law Enforcement & Autism

Brian Herritt is a retired police officer and the proud father of a young man with severe autism. Early in Officer Herritt’s law enforcement career, he realized that a genuine lack of relevant training existed for public safety professionals dealing with persons with autism and special needs. In 2008, Officer Herritt was contacted by California Peace Officers Standards and Training to serve as a subject matter expert for creating a statewide training curriculum for police officers. His current training curriculum has been certified as POST and STC certified. In 2009, Officer Herritt approached the San Diego Sheriff’s Department and expressed

What We Aim To Solve

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The Autism Society Inland Empire’s vision is to increase the quality of life of everyone living with autism. We envision a future Individuals and families living with autism are treated with the highest level of dignity and live in a society in which their talents and skills are appreciated and valued. Quality of life indicators such as the ability to communicate, the freedom to choose a career and opportunities for community involvement are essential aspects of the human experience, and we promote treatments, accommodations and acceptance with them in mind.

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Autism Society Inland Empire

Autism Society Inland Empire has served our local community for over 30 years individuals with autism, family members and professionals navigating new diagnoses, getting care, and collectively providing a voice for the community. We provide programs and services for children and adults with autism to feel valued and appreciated as unique individuals and help enable them to reach their personal goals by giving them opportunities to explore and learn new skills, deepen existing passions, practice social skills, physical aptitude and find new friends.

420 N McKinley StSuite 111-118

Our Autism Response Team is specially trained to connect people with autism, their families, and caretakers to information, tools, and resources.

Autism Speaks does not provide medical or legal advice or services. Rather, Autism Speaks provides general information about autism as a service to the community. The information provided on our website is not a recommendation, referral or endorsement of any resource, therapeutic method, or service provider and does not replace the advice of medical, legal or educational professionals. Autism Speaks has not validated and is not responsible for any information, events, or services provided by third parties. The views and opinions expressed in blogs on our website do not necessarily reflect the views of Autism Speaks.

What Vehicle Donors Are Saying

Donors Share Their Experience with Donating a Vehicle:

“I wanted to take a moment to email the two of you to express how easy this process was to donate my car… took the time to answer all my questions, allowed me to contact directly when I had follow-up questions, and even helped me by phone fill out the necessary forms that I needed to complete the transaction with the DMV.” – Monica M.

California Office
4669 Murphy Canyon Road, Ste.200
San Diego, CA 92123
All donations will be a charitable benefit to one of thousands of our nonprofit partners and CARS , a 501 nonprofit that provides transportation solutions for seniors.

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Jump Night At Big Air

2 hours $18 per jumper . Jumpers must wear grip socks . Parents/caretakers are free if you are not jumping. Toddlers under age 3 require an adult to supervise. Compete the online waiver to save time at registration. Snacks available for purchase. Please RSVP by 9/19

Fun, engaging social class for teens and adults to meet new friends, activities, and hang out! Meets every Thursday from 3:00-4:00pm Free but you must RSVP

Data Sources: Irs Forms 990

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About The Autism Society Inland Empire

The Autism Society Inland Empires mission is to create connections, empowering everyone in the autism community with the resources needed to live fully. The organization serves families across both Riverside and San Bernardino counties, where there are currently more than 17,500 children and adults combined between both regions who need support and education on the many issues families face. First established in 1986, the Autism Society Inland Empire provides critical programs and services for children and adults with autism and their family members to empower, support and help them be fully included in the community.

Jump Night At Get Air Palm Desert

Fun for all ages! This is a special price for Autism Society Inland Empire families: 2 hours $14 per child . CASH ONLY Jumpers must wear grip socks, available for purchase there $4, or you can bring yours. Parents/caretakers jump for free. Toddlers under age 3 require an adult to supervise. Complete the online waiver to save time at registration. You will pay at the door. All jumpers must be supervised by a parent or caregiver. Join us for a night of jumping fun in a safe, inclusive environment.

Fun, engaging social class for teens and adults to meet new friends, activities, and hang out! Meets every Thursday from 3:00-4:00pm Free but you must RSVP

For adults who were diagnosed later in life or suspect they may be on the spectrum. Join this confidential group facilitated by Dr, Matteo, a Clinical Child Psychologist who is passionate about helping the Autism community.

Snuggle up in your PJ’s and listen to a bedtime story. Recommended ages 4-10 years but ALL are welcomed! Via Zoom! Please RSVP!

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Inland Empire & Iehp Holding Their Autism Hero Walk This Weekend

This Saturday, April 08th, the Autism Society of Inland Empire and IEHP will be hosting their annual Heroes Walk! Heroes come in all shapes and sizes and this Saturday, BHW would like to encourage you all to celebrate your inner hero at this superhero event. The day will consist of family-friendly activities, an assortment of food and music and a variety of helpful autism-friendly resources. The 2017 Hero Walk will start at 10:30 am at their Fun Zone, located at the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana! So put on your favorite superhero or character outfit and race on over this Saturday. You can join your fellow heroes and cape crusaders in the Inland Empire!

Cv Teen/adult Group Apple Picking

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The Coachella Valley Teen/Adult Group will be going Apple Picking on Sun, Sept 25th from 10am to noon. We will meet near the entrance of Oak Glen, Los Rios Rancho. Ranch admission is free, but apple picking, hay ride and petting zoo are extra. There is food to purchase for those who would like to grab lunch or a snack. This group is intended for ages 16 and up. *Participants who need support require a 1-1 family member or caregiver with them. Follow appropriate COVID protocols.

Taught by Amanda Neira, MMT, MT-BC Founder of Coachella Valley Music Therapy. Open to children with autism and other developmental disabilities and siblings of all ages. Free but you must RSVP!

Free class! Bring your colored pencils, colored markers, crayons and learn to draw something new each week! All ages are welcomed!

Online support group for parents, individuals with ID/DD, and professionals to get together & connect!

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Business Master File Data

Below are some key data points from the Exempt Organization IRS Business Master File for this organization. Learn more about the BMF on the IRS website

Activities:

Activity data not reported from the IRS

Foundation Status:

Organization which receives a substantial part of its support from a governmental unit or the general public 170

Affiliation:

Independent – the organization is an independent organization or an independent auxiliary .

Rancho Cucamonga Young Adult Group Meet Up

The Rancho Cucamonga Group will be meeting at Ontario Mills food court at 6:00 PM to eat together then walk around and go to stores like GameStop, Hot Topic, Disney Store, Lego Store, etc. Bring spending money. This event is intended for independent adults over 18 years old. No parents allowed. Please RSVP!

New Game Every Month. Tabletop Simulator from Steam is required to play. RSVP by emailing events@ieautism.org

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