Autism Resource Fair

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Sunday April 10

1:30 PM  –  5:00 PM

We have timed tickets available to help stagger entry. Please select a time for your visit by clicking "other times" above. Please note there is no time limit to the length of your visit. 

The Autism Resource Fair, originating in 2018, The Fort Collins Resource Fair is a free, annual event sponsored by The Fort Collins Museum of Discovery that provides information about local autism services and supports in the Northern Colorado area to individuals and their families. Representatives from local organizations gather to share what they do, help access their services, and answer any questions you may have. Among the providers included this year are:

The Arc of Larimer County


Colorado Center for Assessment

Foothills Gateway

Colorado State University

The Department of Vocational Rehabilitation

The Fort Collins Police Department

Hearts and Horses

Peak Parenting Center

Poudre School District

The Social Learning Project

And many more!

Families are encouraged to explore the museum while in attendance, and ASD trained students from The Department of Human Development and Family Studies at CSU are available to escort children while adults peruse the service offerings. We will also be celebrating the autism community with works on display by local self-advocates.

This year, we are honored to be welcoming Dr. Temple Grandin to the event, who will be speaking in the Dome Theater, followed by a book signing at the fair. This is an extraordinary opportunity to hear from this world-famous scientist, bestselling author, and autism self-advocate. Space is limited so sign up soon!