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Autism Society of Boulder County profile

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Statement of Purpose: The Autism Society of Boulder County (ASBC) is a non-profit, all-volunteer organization that offers free services to 2,000 area families coping with the daily realities and stresses of autism. ASBC's Mission is to help individuals with autism spectrum disorders and their families develop a strong, united community by creating opportunities for people to connect, share experiences and build new relationships. We support continuing education among local service providers, schools and families, and are building programs for adolescent and adult populations to expand their opportunities.


Address: P.O. Box 270300
Louisville, CO 80027
Phone Number: 720-272-8231
Web Site:


Full Time Volunteers: 6
Part-Time Volunteers: 6


Major Fund-raisers: 2


Executive Committee: 4
Director(s): Emmy Conroy, Board President; Lynn Wysolmierski, Vice-President; Allen Richardson, Board Secretary; Jill Sheldon, Board Treasurer; Ingrid Julyk, Board member; Steve Hoerter, Board Member


Founded: 2004
Community Served: Boulder and Broomfield Counties


Ongoing Projects: Support Groups, Education grants, Send a Kid to Camp Grant, Lecture Series, Family Activities



Accomplishments: In the last year, ASBC has increased respite grants for families by 500%, has helped send 10 children to autism-focused summer camps, and has developed a support program for siblings of individuals with autism to be launched soon in three different locations in the Boulder/Broomfield area.


Previous Event Coverage:

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April 06, 2013 Cheers! Autism Society of Boulder County Wine Tasting