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.
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.
Wouldn’t it be great if your teen could improve his or her social skills, make friends, and get paid at the same time? It’s possible! Project Rex is now welcoming teenagers with autism ages 12-17 to participate in the LENS “Learning Enhancement through Neurostimulation” study. This study will examine whether brain stimulation paired with social
Project Rex has resumed normal operations in the wake of Hurricane Matthew as of Tuesday, October 11. Groups will meet as scheduled this week. Also, we’d like to take a moment to draw your attention to our brand-new Resources page!
‘Tis the season for giving and receiving gifts, and here at Project Rex, we want to share one with you: a series of free resources designed specifically for autism and ADHD parents to aid with meltdown management.
As a South Carolina autism parent, have you ever struggled with primary care provider visits? Unsure of what questions to ask, and what supports or referrals to request? If so, we have a free resource available for you! Several members of the MUSC team – including Project Rex’s Founder and Director M. Frampton Gwynette, MD