**Support Long Island Autism Families**
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Nassau Suffolk ASA and mail to:
Nassau / Suffolk ASA
PO Box 7472
Wantagh, NY 11793
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NSASA is a parent-run organization serving over 4,000 families on Long Island. Our mission is to support individuals with autism in our local community.
Through our fundraising efforts, we are able to provide free educational, social, and recreational opportunities to families touched by autism. NSASA organizes a variety of events including rollerskating, private movie screenings, Outback Steakhouse luncheons, plays, bowling, and more! It is our goal to provide positive experiences for families in a non-judgmental, welcoming environment.
NSASA also provides grants to local school programs that serve children with autism. Through our program, we provide grants for technology, classroom materials, and community outings for autism programs.
We support education and advocacy at both the state and federal levels. The mission of the Autism Society of America (ASA) is to provide lifelong access and opportunities for all individuals within the autism spectrum, and their families, to be fully participating, included members of their community.
The mission of the Autism Society of America is to provide lifelong access and opportunity for all individuals within the autism spectrum, and their families, to be fully participating, included members of their community. Education, advocacy at state and federal levels, active public awareness and the promotion of research form the cornerstones of ASA’s efforts to carry forth its mission.
To join NSASA, contact Miallonardi@nsasa.org
NSASA members who wish to attend our free events must complete and mail the NSASA Event Database Request Form in order to be added to our Event Eligibility List.
Please email Michele at Miallonardi@nsasa.org for more information.
All information is considered confidential and will be treated as such. If we do not have your information on file, we cannot issue confirmation for your attendance at our free events.
NSASA is a registered 501(c)(3). Our Tax ID# is 23-7438084.
NSASA Welcomes Samantha Filippone!
Please join us in welcoming our new intern, Samantha Filippone, to NSASA! Sam is joining us from Stony Brook University. We are so excited to have her on board as she both learns from and helps support our NSASA families. If you attend any events in the near future, you will likely see her, so please welcome her and say hello. If you have any great photos from our events please send them to Sam at her email below as she will be working on our social media pages. Feel free to send her any quotes regarding NSASA or our events as well. **Please note that if you send any photos you are giving permission for NSASA to share them.**
Welcome Sam, we are so happy to have you on board!
Hello NSASA members! My name is Sam Filippone and I am the NSASA intern for this upcoming 2021-2022 year! I am a 2nd year grad student at Stony Brook University currently working on my Master’s in Social Work. I previously interned at the Queens County Court and Nassau County’s Department of Social Services and I am so excited to bring my experience and dedication to this organization. If you ever need to contact me or would like to send any pictures for our social media pages, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Looking forward to meeting everyone!
VIDEO: NSASA President Suzanne Reek Joins LI Families Demanding State Pull Back On Some COVID-19 Group Home Guidelines
There is a call to ease COVID-19 restrictions for some of our most vulnerable New Yorkers.
Those with developmental disabilities, along with family members, are asking the state to ease certain guidelines, especially for those who are fully vaccinated.