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Adult Meetup Put On Hold

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

Adult Rex Meetup Resumes April 18th!

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.

Sign Up Now for Autism News NetWORK Level I

Do you know an adult 18+ on the autism spectrum looking to build social and communication skills, become more employable, and meet some new friends? The spring 2019 session of Autism News NetWORK Level I is tentatively scheduled to begin April 22nd. Email or call Annabel at franza@musc.edu or 443-281-9557 to learn more about the

Last Call for Spring 2019 Pre-Teen/Teen Group

The start of Spring 2019 Pre-Teen/Teen Group  is only a week and a half away! The group will run weekly on Tuesdays from 2:00PM-3:00PM starting March 5th and will continue through April 23rd. Check the calendar for the latest details on scheduling & location. We are now finalizing group attendance so this will be our

Sign up now for Pre-Teen/Teen Group!

The spring 2019 Pre-Teen/Teen Group will be running Tuesday March 5th through April 23rd from 2:00PM – 3:00PM. Check the calendar for the latest details on scheduling & location. This group’s curriculum will focus on social conversations: introductions, good listening, finding common interests, and two-way conversation. Wondering about admissions criteria? For Pre-Teen/Teen Group … Teens and

Autism News Network Field Trip

Thanks to WCBD News 2 and 103.5 WEZL, our Autism News Network students were able to take field trips last Monday to working broadcast media stations. While touring, students observed the production in action and were able to talk to working professionals about job opportunities in the broadcasting field and the skills needed to procure

Now You Know Jack!

In the latest video from the Autism News NetWORK, we meet Jack Muirhead, using his assistive communication device, and his dad, Dave Muirhead. Dave Muirhead is the founder of the Beautiful Gate Center in Mt. Pleasant. The mission of the Beautiful Gate Center is to provide the highest level of care in a unique learning environment where