Members will create a library of resources to assist parents in knowing where to turn when they suspect their child may have Autism through vocational opportunities for adults.
This is an unprecedented time for all of us! We are creating this consortium now to help support each other through this pandemic where we are all learning to navigate new water while continuing to support our students and their families. Our mission: make sure no child is left behind!
Each year to recognize Autism awareness, Custom Ed Foundation hosts large scale events for the Autism Community. The consortium will have the opportunity to sponsor events and host them in their communities with the support of the Custom Ed Foundation.
As a consortium member, you can choose to have your school listed as a member and reach families and students across the country.
Consortium members can write articles, resources, and studies in their field and share it with the world.
Open early membership to ‘contributors’. Begin to communicate and share ideas.
Launch of a website complete with forums, members content, public blog content, and more.
Consortium Membership is expanded across the country. Families and parents may now view content created by consortium members.
Consortium ‘board’ is voted on and begins their respective duties.
Live Streams hosted by Consortium members for the general public begin.
Live Events hosted by Custom Ed and Consortium Members hosted across the country.
Early Registration for the Consortium is open now. Members who sign on during this phase will be able to contribute to the overall direction and vision of the consortium as it is built.
Our mission with this consortium is to further our foundation’s mission of creating a world where individuals on the spectrum are given love, respect and dignity by uniting and collaborating with schools that focus their efforts on students on the spectrum.
By bringing together schools that focus their efforts on students of the spectrum, we aim to share the resources we have found, the decades of experience we have, and the methodologies we have developed to the autism community at large.