WHO ARE WE?

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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Ask our new columnist,
Michael Westwood
your questions about
living with Autism!

VOLUNTEER OF THE MONTH

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


HELP OUR CAUSE!


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!

SOCIAL MEDIA HAPPENINGS

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Do you have an opinion about genetic testing for autism? Researchers at University of South Carolina would love to hear it! Researchers are looking for autistic adults (18+) to take a 10-15 minute survey that will help them understand the autistic perspective about genetic testing for autism. This study seeks to improve the healthcare provided to autistic people. Your participation will help to make the autistic voice heard in medical and scientific research.A $5 Amazon gift card will be given to the first 100 participants who complete the survey.If you have any questions, please contact uscautismsurvey@gmail.com if you have any questions about the study. Thank you! Link to survey:uofsc.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6Gv5oGtQQpwKiPk ... See MoreSee Less
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Have a child in Florence 1 schools that uses a communication device? This would be a great support option!————-Does your child use a communication device? Come learn more about your student's augmentative and alternative communication device at our September AAC Family Support Group!We will meet virtually on Sept. 22nd at 10 am.Register here: forms.gle/r1Qc43DpdMDykCmS9 ... See MoreSee Less
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Check this out! 🤗The lights and sounds of the South Carolina State Fair will be a little lower from 10 a.m.-noon on Thursday, Oct. 13, 2022, when the S.C. State Fair hosts it’s first-ever Sensory-Friendly Morning. During Sensory-Friendly Morning, the S.C. State Fair will create an environment designed with children and adults with autism or sensory processing disorders in mind. The goal for the morning is to enable families who have a member, whether child or adult, with special needs to visit, explore and enjoy the fair. #DDSN will be welcoming families as they enter the gates to the fair. Sensory Friendly Morning Highlights-At 10 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 13, children and adults with autism or sensory processing disorders are welcome to enter the fairgrounds, as our guest, up to one hour before the gates officially open to the public at 11 a.m.-The barns will be open and the animals and their owners will be delighted to have guests see the animals and their morning routines.-Select rides will be running with no music or lights from 10 a.m.-noon.-Buildings will open with a more peaceful atmosphere from 11 a.m.- noon.-Food vendors will start to serve at 11 a.m.-Quiet and more peaceful strolling acts will perform starting at 10 a.m.-Free admission for person with disability and one companion are included in this promotion. Ride fees are separate.www.scstatefair.org/sensoryfriendly/#autism #AutismAwareness #AutismSpectrum #sensoryprocessingdisorder #SCStateFair ... See MoreSee Less
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