The Lowcountry Mental Health Conference will be taking place July 30-31, 2020 in Charleston, SC. Break-Out Sessions Offered in 2020 Break-out sessions this summer, giving you more choices than ever before!! The conference lunch time will be two hours long so up to five break-out sessions per day may be offered in the Gaillard Salon
The “Traveling The Spectrum” support group is sponsoring an event on healthy sleep habits at the Main Library Saturday January 25th at 2PM. The event is free and open to individuals on the spectrum, their family members, professionals, and interested community members. There will be adult mentors on the spectrum available to share sleep strategies
The SC CEU Workshop is being held September 20th and 21st at Gage Hall in Charleston. The topic of the workshop is “Teens & Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Effective Diagnostic Treatment Strategies” Up to 10 South Carolina Continuing Education Units are available for: Professional Counselors Marriage and Family Therapists Addiction Counselors Psycho-Educational Specialists Social
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
Do you have a child approaching adulthood OR do you have an adult child on the the spectrum? Toni Boucher is hosting a Long Term Plans Workshop April 17th & 24th from 9AM -1PM. Check out this amazing opportunity to network with other parents and participate in guided goal setting for your child and family!
Portrait Painting Event Project Rex is teaming up with the Children’s Fine and Performing Arts Foundation (CFPAF) to offer a portrait painting class Tuesday October 9th for children ages 6-12. Participants will receive instruction from a trained artist and will be able to take home their completed portrait. The event will be open from 3:30-6:30
Social Motion Skills and Project Rex are teaming up to provide a “Virtual Motion” social skills course for summer 2018. The course is provided by video conference and the evidence-based curriculum will cover these topics: Conversation skills Coping strategies Anger management Perspective taking Self-awareness Course Requirements: Access to computer, tablet, or phone with an Internet