ADONIS AUTISM INC

Naples, FL   |  www.adonisautism.org
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Mission

To provide resources, activities, information, advocacy and support to those who love someone living with autism. In addition, to provide financial assistance grants to fund autism related expenses for children and adults meeting criteria.

Ruling year info

1996

Principal Officer

Terry Kays

Co Principal Officer

Ms. Debby Lasek

Main address

726 98th Av. N.

Naples, FL 34108 USA

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Formerly known as

Autism Assistance Foundation Inc.

Adonis Family Farm

Adonis Autism Center of SWFL

Adonis Autism Assistance Foundation

EIN

65-0426715

NTEE code info

Developmentally Disabled Services/Centers (P82)

IRS filing requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

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Creating a Future Conferences

Creating a day of learning for parents and caregivers covering topics related to adults with disabilities. Our conference is in the month of September each year in Naples FL.

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Our Mission is to create a safe, affordable, financially sustainable long term residential cohousing community providing meaningful work, recreation, education and training for adults with disabilities and their families. Our vision is to provide a place where people with Autism and their families can call home, where people can move through their lives knowing that they and their loved ones will have a secure, integrated future even when they are gone while providing opportunities for participation in the larger community in the present.

Besides our annual informational conferences we are developing workshops to provide assistance and advocacy for parents of persons with disabilities attempting to access services for their loves ones. This is a much needed service for the community and brings interested people together. These are the same target audience for our cohousing community. By developing a committed core group of about 25 families will to move to building our community with a major portion of necessary funding coming from the borrowing power of the group. This is how the 130 or so other cohousing communities in the US have been created.

We have been working with architects both local and in California and the major cohousing developers in the country to create our strategy to move our vision to reality. We have attended workshops on cohousing for persons with special needs and learning the funding methods used by other communities. We have developed two slideshows one for general audiences and another addressing the financial, funding side of creating these developments.

Over the last 11 years Adonis Autism has provided grants for therapy, recreation and other necessary assistance for families of persons with autism. We have produced three annual conferences bringing diverse speakers from across the country to talk about the problems associated with autism and exploring solutions to those problems. In addition we bring service providers from the local area to network and give the public to meet them in person. We are presently developing workshops to assist families in accessing the services they need. We will be providing coaches with various areas of expertise to guide them through the often complex process of dealing with state agencies. We are continuing to present slideshows and working in the community to promote the benefits of our co-housing community project.

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ADONIS AUTISM INC

Board of directors
as of 6/22/2017
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Board chair

Debby Lasek

President

Mindy Cowan

Community Volunteer

Terry Kays

Community Volunteer

Debby Lasek

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