BUFFALO, NY – Laura Moeller, a seasoned professional in school counseling with advanced education in Mental Health Counseling and School Counseling is taking the lead as President of Buffalo Autism Project. Buffalo Autism Project is a 510(c)(3) whose mission is to provide the Western New York community with an abundance of quality information.
Moeller’s journey began when she started working with children on the Autism Spectrum and soon discovered striking similarities between her clients and her own son, who she also later realized was also on the Spectrum.
Motivated by her personal experience, Moeller aims to fill the void in the community by providing support and resources to parents who are struggling with an autism diagnosis, as well as individuals seeking acceptance and understanding in the Autism community.
The mission of the Buffalo Autism Project is clear: to equip the Western New York Community with a wealth of high-quality information, resources, and events focused on best practices for Autism Spectrum Disorder. By doing so, Moeller and her team hope to foster hope, awareness, and acceptance within the community.
As an organization, the Buffalo Autism Project strives to achieve the following goals:
1. Provide the Western New York Community with ample access to top-notch information and resources.
2. Promote hope, awareness, and acceptance for individuals affected by autism spectrum disorder.
3. Raise public and professional awareness of autism spectrum disorders.
4. Empower and educate those within the autism community.
5. Foster collaborative partnerships with other organizations.
6. Offer grants and scholarships to support the autism community.
7. Solicit and receive funds to fulfill the above-mentioned objectives.
Under Moeller’s leadership, the Buffalo Autism Project seeks to make a lasting impact on the lives of individuals with autism and their families. With a strong commitment to community engagement and collaboration, Moeller is determined to improve the quality of life for those affected by autism in Buffalo and beyond.
For more information on the Buffalo Autism Project, please visit their website at www.buffaloautismproject.org.