Firefly Autism is excited to announce its 2023 Luminescence Legacy Awardee. A tradition started by Jesse Ogas in 2012, the Firefly Luminescence Community Impact Awards honor those whose dedication and commitment have made a significant and lasting impact on our community.
It is December and Firefly has had a December to remember! Find out about our incredible response to Colorado Gives Day and how you stepped up big to support autism education, diagnosis, training and learning in Denver, Colorado Springs ,Colorado and beyond.
This year Firefly Autism celebrates changing lives in Denver, Colorado and throughout the many other communities we serve!
As families all over the world pause and consider all the things there are to be grateful for, we at Firefly Autism also take this time to celebrate the many stories and successess that have allowed us to continue our mission, celebrating the lives of individuals on the autism spectrum through learning, support, and solutions.
Our vision is a world where individuals on the autism spectrum, their families, and communities have access to the support and solutions needed to maximize learning potential and individual success.
Welcome to the new year! Catch up with Firefly Autism this month and find out more about what we have been up to!
Summer is full on and the as we celebrate the freedom and independance of our great country, we also are going to play some golf! This month, more details on the Lifetime Classic Golf tournament and how this goes to support families and individuals with autism.
Learning looks different on the spectrum and the experts at Firefly Autism have put in the work to ensure that their students are receiving the best opportunities to grow and flourish.
The desire to connect with another person and build a satisfying relationship exists in everyone! With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, many are excited to celebrate with their loved one.
Welcome to December at Firefly Autism! This month we welcome Colorado Gives Day. Learn why this is one of the most significant days of the year for Firefly's students, staff, and future learners.
Imagine going decades feeling as though you are the odd one out, struggling with social interactions and communication, and not being able to understand why there seems to be a disconnect. Making and maintaining friendships is difficult, and you feel as though you are constantly “acting” to fit in, or feeling overwhelmed in one-on-one or group situations.
Dr. Amanda Kelly is the light that leads Firefly Autism into the future! Her hard work and leadership have been instrumental in setting Firefly Autism on a powerful new path.