Our Mission

AUTISM UNITES MISSION IS TO PROVIDE RESOURSES AND TRAINING NESESSARY FOR CREATING MEANINGFUL JOBS FOR INDIVIDUALS ON THE AUTISM SPECTRUM. 

Creating Jobs

ENSURING A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE

Match-A-Friend model

Through Match-A-Friend,  individuals with autism can team up with with specially trained friends/coaches in entrepreneurial projects with a unifying end goal. The result is people who derive meaning and satisfaction from expressing who they are seeing value in what they do, with a significant, tangible contribution to the world through their sustainable business.

Match-A-Friend Private Tesla Tours

LA Tours on Tesla with a Private Guide

Autism Unites and The First Guild are to provide training and employment readiness for young adults with autism and former foster care youth. These young adults will work in a pair with a professional coach / friend. The training will be based on Autism Unites’ Match-A-Friend model to assure a positive and meaningful experience for everyon

Match-A-Friend Hosting

Beyond 5 stars Hosting

Autism Unites and The First Guild are to provide training and employment for young adults with autism and former foster care youth in hosting.

Community Outreach

building the foundation

autism unites hosts seminar with CCPD

On August 20th Culver City Police Chief Scott Bixby, Captain Allen Azran, Leutenant Jason Sims, Captain Ron Iizuca, and Officer Toby Raya participated in a seminar with Autism Unites and Em ily Iland who teaches special education at California State University.

Jiu-Jutsu Training Program

Tarjei Hass, our Community Outreach Coach, has been a Jiu-Jutsu assistant at Gerson Sanginitto’s Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Academy (http://gersonsanginittobjj.com/) says:

My vision is to bring Jiu-Jitsu to schools.  My Jiu-Jitsu training with Gerson gave me the structure that I so desperately needed. I believe that learning the art of Jiu-Jitsu helps to develop strong and healthy identity. My vision is to bring this to the world.t

“CCPD has forged a valued partnership with Autism Unites”

On behalf of myself and the Culver City Police Department I would like to express our sincerest appreciation and admiration for the work being done by Autism Unites.
scott bixby, chief of ccpd