This March, we highlight Developmental Disabilities Month, signs and characteristics, ways to make informed decisions, and National Women’s History Month. Our public policy resources include two new action alerts, an employment testimony, upcoming March Primaries, election resources, and the Autism CARES Issue Brief.

Developmental Disabilities Month

 Signs and Characteristics

Support Services: Making Informed Decisions

National Women’s History Month

Vaccine Education Initiative (VEI) 

Public Policy Resources

  • Check out our two new action alerts here.
  • Read our employment testimony about overcoming structural barriers for entrepreneurs and workers with disabilities.
  • Use this 2024 primary election schedule to pick who you would like to run for the General Election on November 5th.
  • To ensure you are registered to vote, use the Autism Society’s Election Center and enter your zip code and address to access your state registration page. You can also find a sample ballot, registration deadlines, and polling places in your local area on our Election Center.
  • Autism Society and AUCD’s Autism CARES Issue Brief provides background and recommendations for the reauthorization of the CARES Act in 2024.

Interested in partnering with the Autism Society with our Vaccine Education Initiative program? Contact us at for more information.

The Autism Society’s National Helpline is here to support you and provide you with the resources you need. Our Information & Referral Specialists are available Monday to Friday, 9:00 am to 7:00 pm (Eastern Time) at 800-3-AUTISM (800-328-8476) or

The Autism Society’s mission is to create connections, empowering everyone in the Autism community with the resources needed to live fully. As the nation’s oldest leading grassroots Autism organization, the Autism Society and its 70+ local affiliates serve over half a million members of the Autism community each year. It envisions a world where everyone in the Autism community is connected to the support they need, when they need it – including education, advocacy efforts, and supports and services throughout the lifespan. If you found this article helpful, please consider supporting our efforts through a donation, every bit helps. Donate here!