Northern Indiana Autism Expo
The Autism Society of Indiana, hosts an annual Northern Indiana Autism Expo every year at various locations though-out Indiana. In 2014, this Autism Expo was hosted in Mishawaka at Windsor Park Conference Center at 4020 Edison Lakes Parkway, Mishawaka, Indiana.
The expo is free to attend and typically features different exhibitors from across the state providing information, resources and entertainment regarding the happenings of Autism in the state of Indiana. There are always a variety of activities to do and items to buy!
To learn more about the Autism Society of Indiana or upcoming events, click here.
The Autism Society of Indiana (ASI) exists to ensure that every individual and every family affected by autism in the State of Indiana receives the high-quality services they deserve.
ASI is dedicated to ensuring that every program, service, or support provided to our community is Person-Centered, and focused on Personal Outcome Measures (POM). Specifically, all of our work is based on the following core values:
- Each person with autism is unique and should be treated as such.
- Every person with autism should have the same opportunities as any other person.
- People with autism should have choices and control over their lives.
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