Autism Guide, Inc. is a Christian-based non-profit 501 (c) 3 corporation established in 2012 in metro-Atlanta and branched out to Daytona Beach, Florida, two years later . Our purpose is to support adults with autism spectrum disorders and families with autistic children through prayer, education, and innovation.
What We Do...
To provide autism awareness (signs and symptoms). To provide viable family solutions to daily hardships. To provide opportunities for people on the Spectrum to showcase developing social skills in an environment conducive to their developmental needs. To engage a network of medical, education,and inspirational professionals. To share a Christian-Faith based recovery plan for those whom seek healing through Jesus Christ our Lord.
Our 2017 Community of Support
We appreciate the wonderful families, friends, and businesses who supported us last year!!!!
THANK YOU METRO-ATLANTA!!!! Our amazing Board Members, friends, sponsors, donors and business partners Georgia International Convention Center, Kinnikinnick Gluten Free Breads, Paradise Church of God in Christ, Pinetree Park Baptist Church, Publix, Outspoken Speech Therapy, Riverdale Centre, Toys for Tots, and the Wal-mart Foundation
THANK YOU DAYTONA BEACH AREA !!!! Our wonderful Board Members, friends, sponsor, donors, and business partners Antiques & Things, Christian Missionary Baptist Church, and YMCA.
Our 2016 Community of Support!!
We appreciate the wonderful family, friends, and business who supported our first fundraiser Spaghetti Luncheon for Autism on Saturday, July 16, 2016. A SPECIAL THANK YOU to the South Fulton Neighbor Newspaper, Pinetree Park Baptist Church, 600 Degrees Pizza, Air Wings, and Hookah Old National Hwy.
You met our ambassador, Little Chef Corey with his award winning recipe "Mango- Cango Chicken" at the Atlanta Back 2 School Food Festival on Saturday, July 30, 2016. Hope you enjoyed his gluten-free cooking demo with celebrity Chef Curtis Aikens of the Food Network. THANK YOU!
The Christmas Soiree was a totally rockin' event. Our annual sensory friendly event for children on the Spectrum. A wonderful socially interactive event just for you. Activities, goodies and gifts!!! Thanks to the parents for bring their children and a special thank to Janelle D., artist and Toys for Tots!!!!
Email: [email protected]
Mail: Autism Guide, Inc. P O. Box 960847 Riverdale, Georgia 30296
Phone: (404) 642-0867
Our family's autism journey began in the summer of 2008. We noticed our child was different. But, at that time we did not think much of his systematic way of completing task. We became a little bit more concerned when church members began to ask "when is he going to talk?". Then, relatives began to notice he did not verbally greet them, hug them or make eye contact with them. All characteristics that would be considered unusual for a child his age. However, he exhibited exceptional learning skills in areas outside the general pre-school curriculum. He was deeply fascinated with aerospace and aquatic life. He preferred documentaries on these subject more than age appropriate cartoons.
At the urging of our relatives and his pre-k teachers, we had him tested for the Autism Spectrum Disorders during spring of his pre-k year.
The diagnosis came back positive and we were devastated.
There was no clear plan on how to help our child recover from "Autism". In fact, we were overwhelmed with negative prognosis. Everyone said "there is no cure". I could not accept that answer. So, I began my own studies on Autism Spectrum Disorder. I discovered the medical community was in total agreement; autism recovery was considered irreversible. But, I know Jesus. I know my KJV Holy Bible says in Psalm 139:14 "...we are fearfully (in awe, awesomely) and wonderful made ...", Isaiah 53:5 "... with his stripes we are healed...".
I believe God is an awesome God. He is healing my son, and He can heal you, too!