All 4 Autism is a local advocacy group with the sole purpose of increasing awareness, resources and support for those of all ages with Autism Spectrum Disorder in the Pee Dee Region, and their families. Our organization is a grassroots effort that was started in 2005 by ASD families in the Florence area. We opened the first Autism Resource Center for the Pee Dee on April 25, 2017.

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Michael Westwood
your questions about
living with Autism!


Brad Miller


This month we want to recognize Brad Miller! Brad is always eager to help and he is always the first person to arrive and the last to leave. Thank you so much, Brad.


Sherwin Welch Memorial

Sherwin David Welch, 85, of Florence, SC, passed away on Friday, July 15, 2022. He was born in Florence County, a son of the late Eura Alec and Gladys Kirby Welch. The family has asked to make a memorial giving opportunity to benefit All4Autism. If you would like to give, please follow the link below.

Give to the Sherwin Welch Memorial Fund

Chick Foster Memorial

With the passing of Amy Pennington’s father (and Griffin Pennington’s Grandfather), Chick Foster, the family has asked to make a memorial giving opportunity to benefit All4Autism. If you would like to give, please follow the link below.

Give to the Chick Foster Memorial Fund


We adore our
Siblings Unite group! Thank you, Seasons Psychology Group for volunteering your time every month!
A BIG thank you to
The Early Autism Project for supporting our Redwolves Night!
Your time and support means so much to us!
Kiwanis Club of Florence, Camp Saint John would not be possible with out you! Thank you for your generosity!!!
Trinity Presbyterian, Thanks for the donated location for our summer camp. We have made incredible friendships
because of you!!!
Amber Coker Photography, Thank you for donating your time to capture these wonderful Christmas moments. Central United Methodist, Thank you for hosting this special event!


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All 4 Autism
This page is a GREAT resource for ideas on incorporating visual cues, as well as tips for improving executive function.Routines and visuals help children build new skills. Here’s what we did to learn how to put away shoes. Back when shoes were on the floor everywhere... or impossible to find anywhere, I made a visual guide for our shoe closet to show where shoes stay when we’re not wearing them. I outlined the kids’ shoes, and they each decorated their shoe mat. I laminated it for the floor of our shoe closet. ✅ So first: we made a visual guide. We made it together and included their special interests. They were helping to solve a problem!The next two steps are equally important. ✅ Model how the system works *during moments of calm when brains are able to learn*. Use your body to show that the new system works “just like this”. Explain each step by painting a picture with your words to describe what you’re doing. Choose words that are clear and concrete. ✅ Practice. Practice over and over. Make it fun and playful. Take turns practicing. Then practice every day until it becomes routine. Use a calm voice to remind kids how the system works when they forget. Read more about Conscious Discipline®’s M.A.P. process for teaching routines. M.A.P. stands for Model, Add visuals, Practice:consciousdiscipline.com/scaffolding-in-parenting.../Listen to a podcast where I explain more ideas for supporting routines with visuals:podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/raising-young-children-in-wake-county/id1643683368Listen to Emily W. King, PhD explain “Why Mistakes Overwhelm Neurodivergent Kids” and share brilliant ideas about how to help:podcasts.apple.com/.../learn-with.../id1639929216...See the comments for how much my kids have grown since we started using our shoe mat. ... See MoreSee Less
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