Imagine a world in which we knew more about how autism works. Imagine a world in which families, parents, and professionals were empowered us to support individuals on the spectrum to live into their full potential. That would be amazing, wouldn’t it? You can help make a difference in getting us closer to that world
This month’s Lowcountry autism events roundup includes a special needs planning workshop, parent training, SPARK for Autism collection event, and more!
Thank you to everyone who came to our Halloween Hangout last week; we welcomed 30 (!) teens and young adults for the free event at MUSC. As you can see from the pictures below, our participants rocked some fantastic costumes and a great time was had by all.
Good news: we have new Adult Group dates for 2018, and a Halloween Party coming up this week as well! In this post, we’ll also share some insights into the difficulty of diagnosing autism, and highlight a talk by Dr. Gwynette on gender dysphoria too.
Join your friends at Project Rex for a free, fun Halloween Party! We’ll provide candy, games, and fun for all. You can wear a costume if you like, but there’s no pressure. The fun happens Friday, October 27th from 6:00pm – 8:00pm at MUSC IOP 5 South, 67 President Street, Charleston, SC 29425. Ages 11
This month’s Lowcountry autism events roundup includes a ton of great autism support groups, athletic events, a movie night, and more!
Want to contribute to national autism research and receive a $50 gift card for your participation? Here’s your chance! Join us for the SPARK for Autism Collection Event in partnership with Synergy Supportive Services, LLC on Saturday, September 30th at MUSC After Hours Care in North Charleston. For details, watch Dr. Gwynette’s personalized SPARK for
You’re invited to the SPARK for Autism Collection Event in partnership with Synergy Supportive Services on Saturday, September 30th at MUSC After Hours Care in North Charleston!
This month’s Lowcountry autism events roundup includes a final call for fall social skills Groups (particularly our PEERS Group for teens ages 13-17), Lego Club, a new local parent support group for those with a new diagnosis, and more!
Families, this is the last call to register for our Fall Social Skills Groups for children and teens with Autism and ADHD! The Group enrollment period will end shortly, so if you’ve been meaning to register, now is the time. We’re offering three great Groups this time around: School-Age for ages 5-10, Pre-Teen/Teen for ages