Great Society Inc. is enhancing lives today and accelerating a spectrum of solutions for tomorrow. Since our inception, we are proud to have achieved the following through various collaborations with other like-minded groups and organizations:
We built 11 houses in Eastern Europe for the low-income families within the autism community.
Supported 2000+ Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) foodbanks serving around the world.
Helped more than 1000 kids with Autism around the world.
Educated 100k+ people on topics such as: What is Autism, Causes, Diagnosis, Educational, and Treatment Programs.
Individuals on the spectrum should not feel ostracized for having such disorder. After all, autistic kids should have a choice, and get all the understanding and support we can spare. That's exactly what we're here for. While we have to put in effort to help our scientists to find a cure for Autism, we need to provide palliative care towards managing the symptoms of this debilitating disorder.
We invite you to check out the programs we've laid out for our brothers and sisters with Autism. If you have any suggestions or would like to support any of our programs, please do not hesitate to send us a message, and one of our representatives will get in touch with you.
Our work began in 2014, with children that have Autism in low-income communities in Eastern Europe.
Developed close educational support, both individual lessons and in groups leads to positive outcomes for many children with the autism spectrum.
Someone with autism may be sensitive to the taste, smell, color and texture of foods. They may limit or totally avoid some foods and even whole food groups. Dislikes may include strong flavored foods, fruits and vegetables or certain textures such as slippery or soft foods. Based on our research, we have developed a special menu for children with autism (ASD nutritionists). Supported 2000+ Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) foodbanks serving around the world.
Started in 2016 - 2018, we built 11 houses for the low-income families within the autism community. Also, build own school in Eastern Europe that provides support for the kids dealing with ASD phobia that interferes with their daily lives, including frequent, intense, debilitating, and unusual fears.
First steps in the United States
In 2019, we started supporting children in the Russian-speaking community in Los Angeles through partnerships and collaboration with the existing programs.
Conducted various therapy sessions, including Art Therapy, ABA Therapy, Pet Therapy, Behavior Analysis, and Development of children's language skills. Held camps/extracurricular activities for the kids.
Every Community within California
Our experience spread out across different communities that would also benefit from receiving full support and learning more about autism. Created Volunteer Opportunities for the Teens.
Since then, it has been our goal to work toward adopting higher standards of accountability for the care, education, and treatment of all individuals with autism in California. To better understand "What is Autism," what are the symptoms and levels.