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

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A huge Thank You to the Eagle Riders 588 in Norwalk, CT for... Read more

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Thank you Walmart for your generous donation!  

 

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Area Cooperative Educational Services (ACES) Diversity Committee... 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.
You can suggest an announcement here.

Visit the NEAT Webite to view their many workshops and events. Click here to go directly to their NEAT EVENT CALENDAR. Next ATventure session is February 7, 2017 from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. 

Free Autism movement classes taught by Certified Instructor Kayla Rodriguez of Sonia Plumb Dance Company, University of Saint Joseph Dance Studio, O'Connel Athletic Center, 1678 Asylum Center, West Hartford, CT. All abilities welcome! 8 weeks of classes starting Wednesday October 5, 2016.  Click here for more information.  Call 860-5087-9082 to register!

New Support Group - Connecticut Sibling Connection! For siblings of individuals of disabilities.  Click here for their website.

Rhythms of Grace (ROG), a non-denominational church program in Connecticut, that provides services for special needs children and their families. Diana Grippen (one of the founders and participants) raised a special needs daughter and taught at a school for teens with special needs. Currently in the New Haven area the next program is Monday, June 20th at 5:30 pm at St. Andrews UMC, Forbes Ave., New Haven. There are other programs at other church sites in other areas.

A few weeks ago (April 10th), Directors of Special Services received an email describing the Department of Rehabilitation’s (DORS) Level Up Services with an informational brochure to disseminate to staff, families and students (DORS Level Up Brochure to share with students and families) as well as a link to the DORS Level Up landing page on the DORS Website.

Join Newtown Youth and Family Services (NYFS) for a Social Group geared specifically for adults ages 18-35 with social challenges who live in Western Connecticut. Group begins on April 19th and meets twice a month on Tuesdays from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm.  For more information and registration contact Daryl Might at dmight [at] newtownyouthandfamilyservices [dot] org (203)270-4335.

Innovative Autism Services in Plainville has announced its therapeutic and educational programs for the summer 2016 season. The Summer Therapy Program for children ages 3 and up is scheduled for five days a week from June 27 to August 12, and will give students an opportunity to engage in fun summer activities while they participate in the broader community, as well as gain and maintain essential skills in a safe environment. Activities will include partnerships with the Wheeler YMCA and games and sports at Chapter 126.

Vista Life Innovations has announced they are offering their Exploring Independence Summer Program this year from August 1-12, 2016. This program gives individuals with neurological challenges and other related disabilities the chance to learn the independence and social competenece of adulthood in a supported learning environment.