The ASCV is proud to continue to grow our strong Board of Directors and volunteer leadership to a total of 19 members. We are pleased to announce our talented, dedicated class of 2023 members! Russ Barkley, Ph.D. Dr. Barkley is a retired clinical neuropsychologist who has been a clinician,
The ASCV’s impact grows each year thanks to the help of community members like you. As the need for our programs and services grow, we are grateful for our committed volunteer leadership. The ASCV Junior Board is comprised of talented and generous young professionals from the Richmond area and beyond.
We are so fortunate to partner with more than 100 local organizations to bring unique programs to our ASCV members. Each partnership expands the number of fun, and engaging programs that we can offer to our local community. From developing new social skills to creating moments for genuine connection, these
Did you know the Autism Society of Central Virginia was founded by a group of parents more than 40 years ago? They were looking for resources for their children and themselves. Today, the ASCV continues to be a leading voice and resource for caregivers, individuals with autism, their loved ones,
Richmond, VA, November 22 – The Autism Society of Central Virginia (ASCV) honored local organizations including Beyond Boundaries, NBC12, and Hybridge Learning Group at the Altria Theater on November 19 during the organization’s annual gala. “I am proud to share that this year, we hosted over 340 programs for nearly
October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month! Hear from Self-Advocate Council Member Shawn on what this month means to him: Have you ever had a love for something and never thought it could turn into a talent that you would be good at or even one day a business? Well,