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The Autism Society of Indiana (ASI) exists to ensure that every individual and every family affected by autism in the State of Indiana receives the high-quality services they deserve. This mission is achieved through offering individual and family services, Direct Care, Career services, advocacy, and outreach for those with autism in Indiana.
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The Greater Go is based in Indianapolis. It is a full-service travel agency with expertise in travel for those with disabilities. Their travel team can assist you with your specialized travel needs to Indy as well as anywhere in the world. Contact them via their website or by calling 844.324.1376.
Get the scoop on Indy from locals in the know, plus their personal recommendations for a good time in our city.
The Indianapolis Cultural Trail is Indy's version of the yellow brick road, an eight-mile urban trail connecting six of Indianapolis’ cultural districts.
Anne and I are so proud to call Indianapolis home for the past 19 years. Certainly, Indianapolis is well recognized for our hospitality and motorsports at the awesome Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
We were asked to recommend five experiences in Indy that we ourselves enjoy. Selecting just five is somewhat difficult because there is so much to do in our city.
No other city can be called "The Amateur Sports Capital of the World" and host to "The Greatest Spectacle in Racing."
Outdoor recreation is wonderful exercise for our bodies, and can be educational, too. We all have different interests and abilities. Often, the most enriching experiences happen at places with a variety of sights and activities.
Downtown is the best place to work and exploring downtown, especially Monument Circle, is my recommendation when you visit.
From arrival at Indianapolis International Airport to moving about the city, this is your guide to accessible transportation resources.
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