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March 1, 2023
Autism Society of Greater Detroit Announces
Autism Acceptance Day at the Ballpark
ASGD partners with Detroit Tigers to promote awareness and inclusion during April – World Autism Awareness Month.
The Autism Society of Greater Detroit (ASGD) is a 501(C)3 Nonprofit organization run 100% by passionate volunteers. ASGD creates connections, empowering everyone in the Autism community with the resources needed to live fully. “ASGD was formed to bring a community of people together focused on the principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion with a vision of a better life for our Autism community,” states Henry Yanez, ASGD founding board member.
Every day, we work to create connections, empowering everyone in the Autism community to live fully. We believe that acceptance is creating a world where everyone in the Autism community is connected to the support they need, when they need it.
The Detroit Tigers are helping the ASGD maximize Autism Acceptance during the upcoming April Awareness Month, with a special Day at the Park outing for the community. This inclusion event is open to all supporters and the community; tickets can be purchased at https://givebutter.com/DayAtTigers
The Detroit Tigers are doing their part to contribute to healthier community living by providing a quiet space for individuals with sensory challenges, free of charge, at all their baseball games.
Additionally, the Autism Society of Greater Detroit will have free sensory bags at their table for individuals to utilize and take home after the event. ASGD board members will be present at a kiosk by the main front gate to answer any questions and to share information about their local supportive initiatives.
ASGD helps eliminate isolation by assuring individuals with special needs and their families have a tangible connection to needed social supports and networks. “With our advocacy efforts and focus on inclusion we are a vital part of the solution to discrimination in our state,” says ASGD President, Monica Bihar-Natzke.
The ASGD provides support in ways that each local community identifies for themselves; we do this through education, advocacy, information and referrals, and community programs and partnerships.
We deliver several initiatives that the Metro Detroit community has identified as strongly needed:
“ASGD is valuable because building connections and sharing resources is an essential and critical part of what we can do to support each other. Autism and disability experience is vast; it impacts us all in different ways, ASGD is an important avenue to help guide and assist people in the community as they navigate their lives.” – Stephanie Deible, M.ED., ASGD founding board member
Autism Society of Greater Detroit is a NON-PROFIT 501(c)3 organization. (EIN: 88-1145107.) Donations are tax deductible, please visit https://givebutter.com/Wp3Jvl
If you would like to speak further about our cause or how your support can help, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Day at the Ballpark
This inclusion event is open to all supporters and the community.