Autism Alliance


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If you would like to be added to our mailing list call us directly at 508-652-9900 or sign up below. You will receive email updates about new programs specifically for your child’s age and interests.


The support available to you from the Autism Alliance of Metrowest takes several forms.

Thanks to our benefactors at the Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation and the Morse Institute Library, "Dougie's Corner" is available.Dougie's Corner is a quiet nook in the Morse Institute Library in Natick which carries a wealth of materials on autism. The resources are geared toward helping families who are grappling with autism. Trained support staff can help you with your requests. The resources are available through the Minuteman Library Network.“Friday Nights” Socia

Each year, the Autism Alliance applies for grants which are used to run family-based programs for residents of the MetroWest community. The Department of Developmental Disabilities and the Flutie Foundation have been most generous and supportive of our endeavors. Programs we have offered include:

  • Monthly Support Group Meetings – including Just for Dads, Newly diagnosed, Parent to Parent
  • Sibshops: Sibling Support Groups
  • Newcomer's Welcome Packet
  • Family Clinics
  • Speaker Series
  • Swim Program
  • Sunday Open Sensory Gym
  • Parent trainings
  • Quarterly Newsletter-Also Available in Spanish
  • Bi monthly email updates and notifications
  • Family Outings and family networking opportunities
  • Information and referral Newsletter
  • Autism Specific Educational Training for Schools, Police, Fire, EMT's, Nurses, Recreational Programs and The General Community
  • “Friday Nights” Social group for 16 to 26 year olds- somewhere between the swim and sibshop program


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