Hello families! Just a quick note to give you an update on Fall Groups. We don’t have exact dates just yet, but we will be running the following Groups starting in September: School-Age Group (8 weeks for ages 5-9) Pre-Teen/Teen Group (8 weeks for ages 10-15; Introduction to Social Conversation curriculum) Project PEERS (14 weeks
This month’s Lowcountry autism events roundup includes a rescheduled Art in the Dark, a Puberty & Sexuality Workshop, a major autism research opportunity, and more!
Today’s the day – registration is now open for our Spring 2017 Rex Groups! We’re offering two social skills Groups this time around: School-Age and Pre-Teen/Teen.
Be part of the nation’s largest study on brain development and child health! The Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) Study is following 11,500 kids across the US for 10 years, and MUSC is participating with Dr. Kevin Gray and Dr. Lindsay Squeglia serving as MUSC Principal Investigators.
Calling all local artists – it’s time to showcase your ability! Synergy Supportive Services LLC and AccessAbility invite people with disabilities to display their talent in Visual Arts, Performance, or Craft at Art in the Dark. This year’s theme is “Breaking Through Barriers”. Art in the Dark will be held on Thursday, May 25th, 2017
This month’s Lowcountry autism events roundup includes a free Autism and You seminar, the Charleston Walk for Autism, and special Autism Awareness month events as well!
You’re invited to the FREE Autism and You Seminar at All Saints Church on Pawleys Island on Friday, April 28, 2017! Our Project Rex founder Dr. Frampton Gwynette will speak about ongoing and upcoming Autism research projects at MUSC, and other local autism experts will present as well.
Good news: The Project Rex team and MUSC Pediatrics are collaborating on the largest-ever autism research study in the United States … and we’re hiring too!
This month’s Lowcountry autism events roundup includes Stories of Autism, an autism conference for parents and professionals, opportunities to participate in autism research, and more.
What if you could help raise awareness of autism and receive a free, professional photo portrait of yourself or a loved one at the same time? That’s the opportunity offered by Stories of Autism, a national project with the mission of raising awareness, acceptance, and inclusion of people with autism spectrum disorders. They accomplish this