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Adult Rex Meet Up (Ages 18+)

Adult Rex Meet Up Project Rex is glad to announce an exciting new 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...

Pre-Teen/Teen Group (ages 10-15)

Pre-Teen/Teen Group (ages 10-15): Tuesdays 2-3PM March 20th – May 15th, 2018. (No group April 3rd.) Location: MUSC IOP 5 South, 67 President Street, Charleston, SC Download a hi-res printable version of this flyer here. This group’s curriculum will...

Hangout (Ages 11+)

Summer is here which means schools are out and Project Rex Summer Hangout is starting! Hangout is a FREE open play program for our ASD youth ages 11+, and their siblings, weekly on Thursdays from 4:30-6:00pm starting on June...

Adult Group (ages 18 and up)

Adult Group (ages 18 and up): Dates: Weekly from Thursday, January 18th, 2018 through Thursday, May 3rd, 2018 Time: Weekly on Thursdays, 4:00-5:30pm Location: MUSC IOP 5 South Call (843) 792-9162 today to schedule a required intake meeting with...

School-Age Group (ages 6-10)

School-Age Group (ages 6-10): Next Round of Dates TBA Location: MUSC IOP 5 South, 67 President Street, Charleston, SC This 8-week group is designed to enhance social skills of children with high-functioning ASD and ADHD. Diagnosis is not required...

Project PEERS (ages 13-17)

Project PEERS for ASD & ADHD, ages 13-17: Next Round of Dates TBA Location: MUSC IOP 5 South, 67 President Street, Charleston, SC *Note that we are also recruiting males age 14-17 to participate in a research study on Learning...

Yoga Group (ages 6-12)

Yoga Group (ages 6-12): Dates and times TBA This Group includes a parent component focusing on the sibling as this is paired with the Sibling Group so that families can attend together. The child with special needs can be...

Sibling Support Group (ages 8-14)

Sibling Support Group (ages 8-14): Dates and times TBA Note that this Group is paired with the Yoga Group so that families can attend together. The child with special needs can be in yoga while the neurotypical sibling is...