Autism Acceptance: A World of Possibilities

During this panel discussion, you’ll gain a good understanding of what the term Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) means, including its history and the prevalence of this type of disorder. You’ll also learn how families are affected when a child is diagnosed with autism, as well as ways to be an ally and advocate for people

UCONN Kids FB Live/Zoom Event

Parents of infants, children, & teens: Want to see how scientific research with kids is conducted? Want to see how you can help make a difference in understanding autism? Want to learn how you can contribute to scientific discovery about autism? Tune in Friday, 9/16, at 2pm, for the ASRC/UCONN Kids Facebook Live event for

Sam Farmer on “Autism, Masking, and Sense of Self”

Community Autism Socials at Yale (CASY Sparks) Wednesday, November 9, 2022 | 3:00 PM America/New_York Online eventLink visible for attendees RSVP today; https://www.meetup.com/login/?returnUri=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.meetup.com%2Fprojectcasy%2Fevents%2F289314055

The Role of Social Emotional Learning In Special Education: An Attorney’s Journey

Michael Gilberg, Esq, will speak on the role of Social Emotional Learning in Special Education and how Special Education is not just academics but also requires schools to provide students with the necessary social emotional skills and address not only academics but student's mental health. Michael will also discuss his own experiences growing up with

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Neurodivergent, Queer and Transgender Group

A Group for Individuals on the Spectrum This group is open to all gender-expansive individuals on the Autism Spectrum, ages 17-25. Come join us to discuss the intersections of LGBTQ+ identity and ASD, engage in fun activities, and meet others in your community. This group meets in person on Mondays at 4pm beginning Monday, January

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