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Kansas City Autism Spot is another Facebook group where the autism community in the Kansas City Metro area can come together, share information, ask questions, and support one another. If you are requesting to join the group, this page is for the Kansas City Metro area community only. Before individuals are added they do look at your personal page. You must live in the Kansas City Metro area and if you do not have that you live in the area on your page, or anything autism related, they will not add you to the page.

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Website and Social Media Posting Policy 

The Autism Society - The Heartland exists to improve the lives of all families and individuals affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders. ASH seeks to realize its mission through education support, collaboration, and advocacy. In line with our mission, ASH will share and promote events and information to our autism community through the ASH website, www.asaheartland.org, Facebook page, Instagram, and Twitter, provided that the events and information share our philosophy and support our goals: 

  • Inform and educate families, professionals, and the community about Autism Spectrum Disorders and promising interventions that meet individual needs. 

  • Advocate for appropriate services and rights for people with ASD and their families. 

  • Support families and individuals through services and relationships. 

  • Do not directly conflict with ASH events and/or information. 

If the above criteria are met, we will consider posting information as space allows. The length of time that events and information are shared through ASH’s website and social media is at the discretion of ASH. ASH is not responsible for reproductions of information taken from ASH’s website and/or social media once the information is posted. ASH reserves the right to remove or edit events and/or information from its website and/or social media without notice.