AFC Transportation Initiative

07/09/2023 04:00 PM - 05:30 PM ET Location Prism Academy | 166 Lincoln St Berlin, CT 06037 |Room Number: Parent Library COST: FREE Summary A series of presentations for autistic teens, young adults, and their families on increasing independence through transportation. Description Session 1: Assessing Driving Readiness: Sunday July 9, 4:00pm-5:30pm Session 2: Resources for

ADAS in the Wild

Wednesday, September 13, 2023 | 1:00 p.m.‐2:00 p.m. ET    Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) aim to help drivers better react to danger on the road and partially automate the driving task. Hop into the passenger seat with Dr. Bryan Reimer as he shares insights from MIT’s Advanced Vehicle Technology Consortium, which studies real-life drivers in and around New England


Is Your Head and Your Heart Ready? Join Us Online - Wednesday, February 28th at 5:00 pmFor Tips, Tricks & Checklists to help you make that BIG decision! You will hear from expert panelists on some of the questions you will need to askyourself while making this decision. Receive tools and checklists to helpguide you


Planning For Individuals w/Special Needs

Planning For Individuals w/Special Needs with Host Colleen Masse 03/26/2024 9:00AM- 10:00am EST - Attend via your computer, tablet, or smartphone.Register Here: Planning for Individuals with Special Needs w/host Colleen Masse There are ways to ensure that your child with special needs will stay financially secure – now and later, when you’re no longer

Supported Decision Making: When Your Child with Special Needs Turns 18

On your child’s 18th birthday, she or he literally becomes an adult overnight.  This creates new benefit and decision-making structures you need to be aware of.  There are a variety of decision-making options, so it is important to consider what is appropriate for your child.  You’ll learn how supported decision-making works, what a power of attorney

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