That many of Spectrum's programs (camps, bowling days, drama club, etc.) can qualify for Respite dollars ? Thanks to Spectrum's new collaboration with Georgia Community Support and Solutions and their respite program, they are allowing Spectrum programs to be considered respite for families and thus able to pay an average 50% or more towards our programs using respite dollars.
Please take a few minutes to complete the below survey link to help SPECTRUM better understand the needs of the community in which we serve. We need your feedback to target our efforts to serve you better. What are we doing right for your needs, and what do we need to do better or start doing?
Every family that deals with Autism has their own special set of circumstances to deal with. We want to know where to direct our support efforts to serve the most families. Only you can tell us your needs, and only you know how to best serve your family member(s) with autism. Your answers to the questions on the survey will be carefully analyzed and used to make SPECTRUM the best support group as we move into the future!
What if you could raise money for Spectrum by doing something you do every day?? Visit www.socialvest.us/spectrum, create a free account and continue with all of your on-line shopping.
Spectrum will receive a percentage of all of your on-line shopping purchases going forward. What a great way to support Spectrum and provide them with funds for additional programs within your own autism community!
We welcome your generous donations to help support our summer camp and education programs, raise autism awareness and contribute to the overall success of children with autism in our community. Community contributions and memorial donations are greatly appreciated. SPECTRUM is a not-for-profit, tax-exempt 501(c) (3) organization, and all donations are tax deductible.
View a list of the current Spectrum sponsors here.
SPECTRUM does not promote or endorse any particular form of therapy, treatment, school, service provider or medication.