About Mosaics©

A Solution to the Looming ASD Crisis.

The variance in Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) leads to a mosaic of individuals within the Spectrum, each forming a distinct and unique piece. Our goal is to offer comprehensive services tailored to each individual to enable increased knowledge/awareness of functioning in the real world. Mosaics© holds a Mission to equip young adults in the Autism community with the necessary skills to achieve maximum levels of independence for improved quality of life. Given newfound abilities, individuals with ASD will develop/strengthen skills to make significant contributions to our Society.


Ribbon Cutting with Dr. Temple Grandin!

Temple Grandin at the Night To Remember ribbon cutting event

We at Mosaics© had a blast this past November with Dr. Temple Grandin! A night of education and encouragement from America's thought leader on the Autistic Brain gave everyone a spark of encouragement. We are still raising awareness for how Mosaics © can help young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) learn constructive Life Skills in a safe, non-judgmental environment. Mosaics © greatly appreciates Dr. Temple Grandin for her words of wisdom and encouragement in making this dream a reality.

We would like to thank everyone who attended this event for raising money for the dreams that Mosaics© Team Members are pursuing. Our primary goals are to help young adults with ASD develop maximum levels of independence, become functional members of the workforce, and develop an improved quality of life.


Mosaics© is a program where people struggling with autism can come learn life skills in a safe, non-judgemental classroom environment. Our unique program track was developed exclusively for us, and focuses on giving people the tools they need to succeed. From the beginning of the learning track to the end, we take care to pair up people in a buddy system entirely designed for everyone to succeed.

Interested in learning more? Click the button below to see our learning track and learn how each program addresses a problem and provides a solution!



April 2nd is World Autism Awareness Day. Be sure to WEAR BLUE to show your support! Tell others about this important day! Ask your friends & neighbors to join you in spreading awareness.....Wear Blue on April 2nd!


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