More and more, we are hearing from individuals who are being identified as autistic later in life. This page highlights programs and supports for adults provided by the ASCV as well additional resources suggested by members of our ASCV Self-Advocate Council that provide valuable information, insights, and first-hand perspectives.
- Annual Self-Advocate ASCV Membership – To learn more and join today, visit our Membership Page.
- Adult Social Group – This group is for autistic adults and is a great space to create connections and build relationships. The group meets twice per month on the second Monday evening (virtually) and the fourth Monday evening (in-person). For more information and to find out when our next meeting is, visit our ASCV Program and Event Calendar.
- Adult Arts Programming through our Partnership with FreeHorse Arts – This group meets weekly and engages in a variety of innovative and integrative virtual arts programming. For more information and to find out when our next meeting is, visit our ASCV Program and Event Calendar.
- Women’s Group – This monthly group for autistic women offers support, education, and connection through interactive and engaging activities, discussion topics, and guest speakers. The group meets virtually one Tuesday a month from 4-5pm. For more information and to find out when our next meeting is, visit our ASCV Program and Event Calendar.
- Information & Referral – Our Information & Referral service provides one-on-one guidance to caregivers, individuals with autism, and professionals on a variety of topics (typically by phone and email) to connect them with the best possible local, state, and national resources.
- Autistic Women & Non-Binary Network (AWNN) – Information & Resources for Newly Diagnosed or Recognized Autistic Women & Nonbinary Individuals
- AWNN – What is Autistic Burnout?
- Not An Autism Mom’s “Books for Adults Exploring Their Own Neurodivergence”
- Pretending to Be Normal by Liane Holliday Willey
- Organization for Autism Research (OAR) – When Autism is Diagnosed in Adulthood
- Uniquely Human by Dr. Barry M. Prizant