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
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.
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
Project Rex founder Dr. M. Frampton Gwynette will be a featured presenter at the 2019 Autism & You Seminar presented by Towards A Worthy Cause. Dr. Gwynette will be presenting on gender & autism. The seminar will be held at All Saints Church in Pawleys Island on Friday April, 12th. Registration is from 8:30AM –
Temple Grandin will be making a rare appearance in the state Thursday March 7th to give an evening talk on living with autism. The event will begin at 7PM in the Newton Hobson Chapel and Fine Arts Center on the campus of Southern Wesleyan University. A book signing before the event begins at 6:15PM. Buy tickets
Toni Boucher is organizing the “Ask an Aspie” event to be held March 16th from 2-3PM at the R.L. Stine Center in Mt. Pleasant. Local autistic mentors will be present to answer questions about growing up on the spectrum. You can find this and other local events on our events calendar. To add this event
The 2019 South Carolina Assistive Technology Expo will be held March 5th from 8:30AM-4:00PM at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center. What is the Assistive Technology Expo? Well… EXHIBITS AND WORKSHOPS SHOWCASING ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY FOR PEOPLE OF ALL AGES Imagine everything you need, all under one roof! The SC Assistive Technology Program will host the 26th
Please plan to join the City of Charleston Commission on Disability Issues, the Charleston County Diversity Committee, and Disability:IN South Carolina Low Country at the 2nd annual Inclusion Summit as they meet with local businesses, disability employment resources, and community leaders to continue the conversation fostering new directions and collaborations to promote Inclusive Employment. The summit
Project Rex was present at the Play Ball for Autism event presented by The Children’s Fine and Performing Arts Center before the Charleston River Dogs game this Sunday. Dr. Gwynette, volunteers, and program participants presented information on our programs and enjoyed the game. The keynote speaker for the event was Dr. Joan Fallon, CEO of
Project Rex was a beneficiary of the Pee Dee Area 5K Color Run/Walk fundraiser held in Darlington on June 30th. Project Rex founder Dr. Frampton Gwynette was present to provide information about Project Rex and was featured in the WBTW story: “It’s awesome. What they’re doing here in Darlington at the color run is fantastic.