This April, ASA and volunteer Walk Leaders will host 15 Walks for Autism and/or 5K Race to Solve the Puzzle events to bring a day of recognition, education and hope to the countless families impacted by this neurological disorder now affecting 1 in 68.  Please make plans to attend and support this very important cause!


Please select from one of the cities below to be directed to the correct registration page.


March 25th

Mobile Walk - University of South Alabama - SGA Pavilion

April 8th

Anniston Walk - Jacksonville State University
Cullman Walk + 5K - Heritage Park
Chilton County Walk - Clanton City Park
Montgomery Walk - Ida B. Young Park
Birmingham Walk + 5K - Veterans Park
Dothan Walk + 5K - Kiwanis Park at Westgate
Tuscaloosa Walk - Riverwalk
Columbus (GA) - Woodruff RiverFront Park

April 22nd

Athens Walk - Athens High School
Alex City - Alex City Middle School

April 29th

Decatur Walk - Delano Park
Franklin County - Red Bay High School
Florence - Forest Hills Elementary

April 1st

Huntsville Walk - Whitesburg P-8 School
Double Springs Walk - Winston County High School
Sylacauga Walk + 5K - Blue Bell Park
Fort Payne - VFW Fairgrounds

April 15th


Dates are still being finalized. Stay tuned for a Walk for Autism event near you!


Since 1994, the Autism Society of Alabama continues to serve those living on the spectrum and their families through compassionate programs, education and advocacy.As the state’s leading source of information for autism, ASA maintains a current online resource directory, as well as, an information and referral specialist to answer thousands of calls seeking help.ASA has grown to not only educate individuals and families through conferences and workshops, but has implemented numerous other programs that are still going strong today.
ASA is proud to recognize the formation of 33 Network Support groups in communities across Alabama. Training first responders and providing respite stipends for ASD caregivers is also an important piece of our mission. With family enrichment opportunities hosted by ASA at an all-time high, families recognize and appreciate Alabama businesses that are working to promote sensory friendly environments. Camp FROG is one of the Society’s most popular events with the kids and ASA is looking to expand this program in an effort to serve more of our population. The Autism Society of Alabama believes each person on the spectrum is unique and hopeful for a bright future. The Autism Society of Alabama pledges to continue to work toward making the world a better place to live, work and play.