Summer Piece It Together classes at the MUSC Wellness Center will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:00-3:30pm starting June 11th and running through July 25th. PIT is designed for teens and young adults ages 15-26 that want to promote brain health and may have high functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder or other mild Neurodevelopmental or
Project Rex founder Dr. M. Frampton Gwynette and Hector Salazar of MeanStream Studios appeared Thursday on Lowcountry Live to talk about the Autism News Network. Watch the full segment here and then head over to the ANN page to learn more. We are currently accepting donations toward the development of a dedicated ANN studio. If
Schools are almost out and Project Rex Summer Hangout is right around the corner! Hangout is a FREE open play program for our ASD youth ages 11+ and their siblings held weekly on Tuesdays from 4:00-5:30pm starting June 11th. Hangout is a place where participants can come in and socialize, as well as play games
Five Fish Foundation is a newly formed non-profit organization that provides financial assistance to individuals (and their families) with an intellectual disability or mental health disorder for approved therapies, programs, and products that promote their Support, Care, Acceptance, Life Quality, & Education (SCALE) in our community. Tickets to the first (ever) Five Fish Foundation fundraising event, RiverDogs Red Shirt Friday, on June 14th, are now available.
The Project Rex Adult Meetup group scheduled for the third Thursday of each month has been put on hold until further notice. If you have questions or concerns about the cessation of this group, please contact us at 843-792-4113. As always, the Project Rex calendar reflects the latest official status and news for Project Rex
MUSC Catalyst News has published a great article about the Autism News Network: Why would someone travel to Charleston from Georgetown, Beaufort or even Myrtle Beach every week just to meet in a small lunchroom for two hours and practice shooting and editing videos? There are surely places closer to home where the same skills
Project Rex founder Dr. M. Frampton Gwynette will be appearing today on Lowcountry Live to talk about Project Rex and The Autism News Network. Tune in to ABC-4, WCIV-TV at 10AM to see the show. You can also livestream directly from the ABC-4 website here. Help us reach as many people as possible by sharing
April Lowcountry Autism Foundation events with open spots have been added to the Project Rex calendar. This includes an Autism + OM yoga class tomorrow April 6th from 2-3PM. You can see all the listed LAF events by viewing its category page here. As part of its Love On Charleston event, East Cooper Baptist Church
A special “Rex Express” summer session of the School-Age group is meeting Monday to Thursday from 9AM – 10AM during the weeks of June 10th and June 17th. Intake is required before participating in the group. Please call (843) 792-9162 to confirm attendance. This group is designed to enhance social skills of children with high-functioning
Adult Rex Meetup is meeting monthly on the 3rd Thursday of every month from 4:00PM – 5:30PM beginning April 18th, 2019. Adult Rex Meetup is an opportunity for past group members to reconnect, discuss their efforts with establishing friendships since their Rex groups, obtain a lesson refresher, and continue practicing conversation skills with one another.