Pittsburgh Center for Autistic Advocacy

The Pittsburgh Center for Autistic Advocacy seeks to advance the equity of autistic people in all realms of life. PCAA believes in inclusive education, policy, and community for autistic people and all people with disabilities. We work to make autistic voices heard in conversations about autism and empower autistic leaders in our community using principals of the disability rights movement and intersectional feminism. We run a monthly social meet up for autistic teens and adults as well as frequent events and advocacy projects. You can find out what we’re currently working on at our website.