Changing the Conversation Surrounding Autism in Peachtree Corners
ReClif Community strives to live the motto of its founder by:
“changing the conversation surrounding autism.”
Giving a voice to those in need and speaking up for those who cannot.
What does Changing the Conversation Mean and How Can You Help?
ReClif Community seeks to give people with autism and those who care for them the opportunity to have more typical life experiences. With cognitively focused activities, social outreach, scholarship, and societal inclusion, it is our mission to empower its beneficiaries.
We strive to organize sensory friendly outings and events to encourage autistics to participate in otherwise overwhelming environments.
We collaborate with the larger community to create lectures, learning opportunities, and educational talks that help people understand ASD and its challenges.
We offer financial help for those in need to provide one on one autism centric physical fitness programs that focus on purposeful movement, fine & gross motor control, brain/body connection, communication, and combating obesity.
Our goal is to create action oriented understanding and inclusiveness by setting up forums where those with autism can interact with community leaders, educational institutions, and businesses in and honest and meaningful way.
ReClif Community Mission
ReClif Community aims to increase autistic representation and advocacy.
By giving those in need a voice and advocating for those who cannot, ReClif Community works to live up to the founding member’s motto by “changing the conversation surrounding autism.”
Young adults with autism are often disconnected from social, educational, and work opportunities.
For a child on the spectrum, families spend an average of $60,000 annually over standard healthcare costs; these costs persist throughout adulthood.
ReClif Community offers free events, social opportunities, and scholarships to relieve some of the financial burden for ASD individuals without waiver assistance.
Autism does not discriminate and has been reported in all racial, ethnic, & socioeconomic groups.
Autism is a lifelong disorder requiring a lifetime of support.
In the 1970’s about 4-5 out of 10,000 children were identified with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
This number has increased drastically to about 1 in every 44 children in 2022.
This is a staggering escalation.