Autism Society of Greater New Orleans (ASGNO)

UPDATED: September 24, 2020

The Autism Society of Greater New Orleans is an affiliate of the national Autism Society.


Our Mission is to improve the lives of all affected by autism.


The Autism Society of Greater New Orleans envisions individuals and families living with autism are able to maximize their quality of life, are treated with the highest level of dignity, and live in a society in which their talents and skills are appreciated and valued. We envision communities that are accepting, educated, understanding, supportive, and inclusive, that provide equal opportunities, and that value skills, employment and the productive capacity of an individual through their entire life.

Positioning Statement

The Autism Society of Greater New Orleans exists to empower, educate and support individuals affected by autism. Through educational opportunities, information and referral services, and support services, we are building communities that are accepting, understanding, supportive, and inclusive of individuals affected by autism, and that value the skills, employment and contributions of all individuals throughout their lives.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
  • No Cost
  • N/A


P.O. Box 7028
Metairie, LA 70010
United States






Claire Tibbetts, RKT

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