Autism Family Network (AFN) is a volunteer-based, non-profit organization located in Lincoln, Nebraska, which was founded in 2006 with a passion, love, and desire to help families who have children with autism. read more
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Please RSVP by August 13th, please include number of adults and children that will be attending:firstname.lastname@example.org, Phone:515-218-4493. After kick-off program there will be a complimentary showing of the acclaimed autism documentary, "Sounding the Alarm".
See the AFN newsletter for more information.
Nebraksa Governor Dave Heineman signs LB 254, introduced bill by Colby Coash, to have Nebraska become 36th state to pass autism insurance coverage law.
*** Note: WE NOW HAVE A NEW GMAIL email: email@example.com. If you have not received a recent copy of our current newsletter, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.***
Be sure to check out our current Newsletter for upcoming activities.
AFN joins up with Urban Legands Art Studio to create a autism themed door for this wonderful collaboration between artists and the community. Hildegard Art Project: Doorways of Hope :: Please take a couple of seconds to vote for the AFN art project. Vote for Urban Legands/ AFN Doorway of Hope -- 'TAKE THAT, AUTISM'
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View KOLN/KGIN Autism Awareness Reports
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List of Resources
Wonderfully Made Friendship Club
Eagle Project: Autism Awareness
AFN meetings will be listed here when dates are scheduled.
If you need help finding a resource, or would like to be added to our Email list, please email us at email@example.com.
Munroe-Meyer Institute is offering social skills training group for adolescents with ASD's and their families. There are two programs available, one for young adults 12 - 18 years old and one for young adults 18 - 28 years old. Information on the upcoming groups are offered below. Programs available in Lincoln and Omaha. Referrals and further questions can be directed to Jennifer Schrage (LMHP) at (402) 559-6413, or Jennifer.Schrage@unmc.edu
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