Ride The Spectrum for Autism

RSA is a community organization whose mission is to improve the lives of Indiana families who have been touched by Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). We are dedicated to empowering these families by providing them with valuable information, resources, and support that they might not have access to or knowledge of otherwise while spreading awareness and educating the public about the challenges that these families face on a daily basis.

Our Story

Our drive, our passion, and our mission all formed as a result of the relationships we have with two young boys named Evan and Austin Vanduyn. Learn more about the story of how Ride the Spectrum for Autism started.

Get Involved and Join the Team!

Millions of children with ASD can't do it alone and neither can we. Please help support our cause by getting involved in any small way possible. Whether you help through volunteering, sponsorship, donations, or spreading the word, we truly value all of our partners and friends in the community. Thank you for all of your support!

Spread Education and Awareness

Recently, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) increased the estimated rates of autism spectrum disorders in the United States to 1 in 88 children. This means that over one million children in the United States are directly affected by autism. Even more startling is the fact that the rates are even higher in Indiana! Help us bring this issue to light and get these families the help that they so desperately need.

Welcome to Ride the Spectrum for Autism

Dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and families affected by autism in Indiana.

Latest News

Ride the Spectrum for Autism will be hosting their 2nd Annual Rocking Ride for Autism on Saturday, September 14th beginning at the Harley Davidson in Bloomington. Once the ride is over, enjoy a dinner, dancing, live music, food, drinks, games, door prizes and more at the After-Party!!!! Pre-registration for this event begins July 1, 2013.

Last year, RSA raised over $7,000 that was awarded in the form of grants to 150 Indiana families to alleviate the financial burden to treat and improve their child's symptoms of autism. With your continued support, we hope to double that number this year!

For additional Rocking Ride information, visit our facebook event page or contact us below:

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