Our projects seek to support our systems change work by improving public understanding of autism, empowering Autistic people to take leading roles in advocacy, and promoting inclusion, self-determination, Autistic culture, and disability rights.
Our current projects include:
Higher Education Programming
Our higher education projects support autistic college students as they transition to college and advocate for their rights. We provide an annual summer leadership academy to foster disability community on college campuses, as well as book-length publications to help autistic students successfully transition to college and advocate for themselves in higher education settings. Click the image above to find out more about these initiatives!
ASAN organizes multiple annual initiatives to educate the public about issues important to the autistic community, including Autism Acceptance Month and the Disability Community Day of Mourning. Get more information about these projects and get involved by clicking above.
ASAN works together with a variety of other organization to advance the interests of the disability community. Click the image above to learn more about these team efforts!
Check this page to learn about the projects that ASAN has worked on since 2011 that have since been finished.