Giving Tuesday, 2018:

StudioNorth supports Urban Autism Solutions

Parents of kids with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) dread the day their kids turn 22. They call it “falling off the cliff.”

Parents of kids with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) dread the day their kids turn 22. They call it “falling off the cliff.”

That’s when publicly funded services for these young adults typically come to an abrupt end, leaving families on their own to face the challenges of transitioning their children to adulthood. Nearly 60 percent of these families say they still need services—especially vocational training.
That’s when publicly funded services for these young adults typically come to an abrupt end, leaving families on their own to face the challenges of transitioning their children to adulthood. Nearly 60 percent of these families say they still need services—especially vocational training.
Chicago’s Urban Autism Solutions makes “the cliff” more manageable for young adults with autism, involving them in an integrated community life that advances their social and vocational opportunities.

This year, StudioNorth is proud to support Urban Autism Solutions, with a month of fun fundraising activities leading up to Giving Tuesday on November 27. Stay tuned to Twitter and Facebook to see what we’re up to, and watch this page for a wrap-up after Giving Tuesday!

Chicago’s Urban Autism Solutions makes “the cliff” more manageable for young adults with autism, involving them in an integrated community life that advances their social and vocational opportunities.

This year, StudioNorth is proud to support Urban Autism Solutions, with a month of fun fundraising activities leading up to Giving Tuesday on November 27. Stay tuned to Twitter and Facebook to see what we’re up to, and watch this page for a wrap-up after Giving Tuesday!