Adult Programs Open House

Come tour CA’s Adult Program residence and speak with the staff and residents about the program. About this event Many adults with autism spectrum disorder and related needs want to move out of their parents’ home but don’t know where to begin. Their parents are equally anxious for them to be independent. CA’s transition program…

Senator Creigh Deeds wanted to hear from CRAAG families to learn about the needs of adults with autism

Welcome/Introductions Work Group Reports Advocacy discussion, including a review of the October 5th meeting: “Legislative Issues/Systemic Concerns: A Conversation with Senator Deeds, DBHDS and Region Ten“ Waiver/Policy Updates Provider/Agency Updates First Responder/Parent Training Update Other Updates Next Meeting – December 8th (tentative) – TBD   Senator Creigh Deeds, a tireless advocate for mental health issues in…

Adult Programs Open House

Come tour CA’s Adult Program residence and speak with the staff and residents about the program. About this event Many adults with autism spectrum disorder and related needs want to move out of their parents’ home but don’t know where to begin. Their parents are equally anxious for them to be independent. CA’s transition program…

Adult Programs Open House

Come tour CA’s Adult Program residence and speak with the staff and residents about the program. About this event Many adults with autism spectrum disorder and related needs want to move out of their parents’ home but don’t know where to begin. Their parents are equally anxious for them to be independent. CA’s transition program…

ASCV Speaker Series: A Q&A with Dr. Temple Grandin

Dr. Grandin is a World-Renowned Autism Activist, Best-Selling Author, Animal Welfare and Behavior Expert, and she serves as an inspiration and a role model to hundreds of thousands of autistic individuals, family members, and professionals. During this presentation, she will be answering questions about her personal experience and evidence-based research, challenges she has faced and strategies…

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Your child with autism can go to college

Is college an option for my child with autism? Often, the answer is yes, your child with autism can go to college. Whether they are looking at a two-year associate’s program or a four-year bachelor’s program, or even a trade school for vocational training, there are many options. And, they can be successful, though they may need some supports.

Virtual Art Series for Adults with Autism

We are excited to collaborate with FreeHorse Arts to offer an exciting virtual art class for adults with autism! During our four-week session, Storytelling Through Collage, adults will have the opportunity to transform a chosen image from magazines and other materials into visually rich portraits that tell a story. The group will be held from 7-8pm…