June 26, 2017
Katie Fiorella Publishes Book
Synopsis: Noah Starr feels lost. Having recently escaped an abusive relationship with his ex, Daniel. He is depressed, anxious, scared and has a crush on his co-worker, Christopher Atkins. Can Chris help heal Noah’s broken mind? Is Daniel really gone for good? Find out in From the Ashes.The book has mature subject matter and is for those 16 and up.
October 13, 2016
ASI Plans New Location
Plans call for opening the 50,000-square-foot space early next year on Hazelwood Drive, where ASI will lease space from Uniland Development Co. at the Amherst Business Centre. ASI is in contract with UNYTS to purchase its longtime home on Bryant Stratton Way in Williamsville.
March 18, 2016
Kristin Maggio – Journey of a Young Artist
Kristin Maggio is a nine-year-old exceptional artist, author, and illustrator. She presented her first solo show at Atrium 124, with an opening reception on March 18. Local media outlooks flocked to cover this exciting event.
WGRZ Channel 2 coverage
Time Warner Cable News coverage
WKBW Channel 7 coverage
WIVB Channel 4 coverage
February 23, 2016
A Family’s Battle with Autism
Ten-year-old James has autism. Sometimes his behaviors are so severe, his parents spend the day just making sure he doesn’t hurt himself. James, like many kids from Western New York, had to leave the state for help, ending up at a specialized program in Maryland. ASI’s Tracy Panzarella comments on what happens when parents are in crisis.
January 6, 2016
ASI comments on Hillary Clinton autism initiative
Our Director of Clinical Services, Tracy Panzarella, shares her thoughts with Channel 2 News following their coverage of Hilary Clinton’s autism initiative.
December 14, 2015
New items added to our Lending Library
ASI is proud to offer Coolture vests and headbands for loan in our Willliamsville Lending Library. Click above to view details. ASI will receive a portion of sales of these items when indicated they were found through us. Check them out!
November 20, 2015
Support ASI with AmazonSmile
AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support Autism Services every time you shop, at no cost to you. When you shop at smile.amazon.com, you’ll find the exact same low prices, vast selection and convenient shopping experience as Amazon.com, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to Autism Services.
November 9, 2015
ASI featured in LinkedIn article – Celebration: The Result of Change
“Celebrating. That is a very powerful word in some contexts. And ultimately, it was a word that captured the essence of a local agency committed to celebrating individuals with autism and their families.”
ASI Featured in The Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Foundation Annual Highlights
ASI is featured on page 13, detailing our involvement with the GetSET (Success in Extraordinary Times) Initiative
Fall 2015 Fundraisers
Support ASI’s programs by participating in these fundraisers!
September 1 – November 13: Entertainment Books – just $25 each
Starts September 1: Register your TOPS bonus card for TOPS in Education
Starts September 21: 2016 Elite Coupon Books – just $20 each
August 30, 2015
On the importance of coloring outside the lines
Artists Langston Gardner, left, and Kyle Butler collaborated on an art show running through Sept. 3 in Autism Services on Elmwood Avenue.
August 14, 2015
Women of Influence make difference
Tracy Panzarella to be honored as a Women of Influence from Business First Buffalo. “The awards recognize the business acumen and community spirit of these women,” said Jack Connors, Business First publisher.
August 13, 2015
Excellent work by several artists from Autism Services, Inc.
ASI Artists recognized by Artvoice in the Hallwalls Member’s Show
August 7, 2015
WOW Program Teaches Students with Autism Job Skills in Real Life Settings
High school students with autism got a crash course in working a real-world setting, thanks to a collaboration between two Buffalo organizations.