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Morgan Mancini, a 15 year old sibling of a child with an Autism... Read more

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Check this page regularly for information about events, programs, support groups and other autism-related activities taking place throughout Connecticut.
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CT BUDGET PRESS CONFERENCE – 77,500 IN CT LOSING HEALTH CARE

DATE: Tues. Oct 10, 2017 TIME: 11 AM

PLACE: LEGISLATIVE OFFICE BUILDING – First Floor - Room 1B [Park in the back lot] 300 Capitol Ave, Hartford Ct [Across from the State Capitol]

Free Eye Screening being offered by CT Lions Club:

THIS SCREENING TAKES ONLY A FEW MINUTES, AND CAN IDENTIFY SOME EYE PROBLEMS SUCH AS
Astigmatism: irregularly shaped corneas or lenses
Myopia: nearsightedness
Hyperopia: farsightedness
Strabismus: Misalignment of the eyes
Anisometropia: unequal refractive power
Anisocoria: pupil size anomalies

TIME SLOTS ARE LIMITED. Please contact PAT at INFO@CT-ASRC.ORG OR CALL 203 265-7717 EXT 10 to reserve your appointment.

To the readers of Autism Services and Resources CT, I would like to introduce you to Kyle (not his real name). Kyle is 12 year old male of Hispanic, African American, and Caucasian descent with Dominican and Trinidadian ancestry. He is active and loves to play with sensory toys, and do activities, that involve sounds and music. He likes to take showers and can wash himself. He can also feed himself, however he does not like vegetables. He is non-verbal but has blurted out simple words such as hi, ball, water, and blue. He does try to mimic other words.

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 • 2:00 pm (EST)

You’re invited to an interactive webinar about employment opportunities and vocational training for individuals with disabilities, such as:

• “When should I prepare my son or daughter for the world of work?”
• “What programs, services, and opportunities are available for my child?”
• “What skills does my son or daughter need to develop?”

Yale Child Study Center is looking for children ages 3-8 diagnosed with Autism, to particpate in a 14 week study to see if an investigational medication may reduce symptoms of autism! Study begins in late October 2017. Contact Dr. Roger Jou - Call/Text 203-927-3970 or Email roger [dot] jou [at] yale [dot] edu

CT Science Center Announces Sensory Friendly Days for Fall 2017 and Winter 2018!