ASRC’s trainings and workshops offer intensive educational experiences for a variety of individuals and organizations. Our workshops introduce concepts and information, which spread awareness and encourage the practical application of methods.

ASRC offers training and workshops spanning a wide range of Autism Spectrum Disorder and Special Education information. All trainings can be customized, varying in length and content to meet the needs of those requesting them. Our programs are designed to present practical skills, techniques, and ideas which can be used to enhance daily lives.

ASRC training and workshops feature:

Flexibility – Sessions are designed to accommodate both small and large groups, and can vary in length and always offer time for question and answers.

Adaptability – Objectives are geared toward individuals involved with ASD on a personal or professional level, however, all trainings and workshops can be adapted to fit the needs of the audience.

Expertise – Facilitators offer information and expertise in a variety of areas. Both professional and person experiences are drawn from parenting children with ASD, professionals in the field, and disability rights advocates, to name a few.

Approachability – Each session offers participants opportunities for open dialogue about many important topics.

To learn about our workshop series, trainings and other educational opportunities, contact our office: 203-265-7717.

Winter Workshop Series Announced

ASRC is pleased to announce our 2020 Winter Workshop Schedule.  It has something for everyone so please check it out!


Session 1: Thursday January 23, 2020 :
Unique challenges in becoming more independent for those with ASD

Session 2: Thursday February 20, 2020 :
Legal and financial aspects of planning

Session 3: Thursday March 5, 2020 :
Next steps: one on one or small group discussion and planning to assist participants in developing next steps


Motivation: Driving on the Spectrum  

Presented by Andrew Arboe

This workshop is for parents and their teens and/or young adults who are learning how to drive. Professionals are welcome to attend. This presentation goes over Andrew Arboe’s experiences in getting his driver’s license. He created a format called “Motivation” which will help families explore the idea of driving. Driving requires self-reflection and a reason and Andrew will guide you through it. He will also go over many helpful tips throughout the presentation. You should not miss this opportunity!

January 16, 2020: Wagner Room, Simsbury Public Library
725 Hopmeadow Street, Simsbury CT 6:30-8PM


February 12, 2020: Quonnipaug Room, Guilford Park and Recreation 32 Church
Street, Guilford CT

LIMITED SEATING, REGISTRATION REQUIRED! $20 per attendee and $10 for each additional family member

Intended audience:parents, caregivers, guardians grandparents. Good for educators, teachers, community providers, professionals and anyone else who wants to know more! Presentation and materials based on children


Sexuality Education Workshop:
Talking to Your Kids with Disabilities About Sexuality
Session 1: Wednesday January 15, 2020 :
Introduction and Setting the Stage & Human Sexual Development

Session 2:Thursday February 27, 2020 :
Tips for Talking and Teachable Moments

Session 3: Wednesday March 18, 2020 :
Responding to Behaviors

ASRC’s Sexuality Education Workshop for Parents will be held at our office located at:
101 North Plains Industrial Road Wallingford , CT
$35 per session or $90 for ALL 3 sessions
Intended audience: Good for parents, caregivers, guardians, grandparents and anyone else who wants
to know more!