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Grandparents United for Autism Annual Picnic

Invite you and your family to the
5th Annual Intergenerational Picnic

Grandparents honoring their children and families

Grandparents, parents, their children on the spectrum and siblings
are invited to join us for an afternoon of socializing, networking
and fun in an autism-friendly environment.

Sunday, September 7, 2014
12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

LaBagh Woods, Grove 1, Foster and Cicero, Chicago

Bring your own picnic (no grills, please).

Complimentary snacks and beverages will be available,
courtesy of Grandparents United for Autism.

Contact Mary Rios at Autism Speaks (224) 567-8573 with any questions or comments. 



IEP Insights

The Marcus Autism Center presents:

IEP Insights: Understanding the Process and Setting Appropriate Goals for Your Child
9:00am - 4:00pm
August 29, 2014

 

If you are interested in attending this workshop, please contact Brittany Hamilton
Brittany.Hamilton@choa.org
404-785-9425



Toilet Training

The Marcus Autism Center presents:

Toilet Training Individuals with Developmental Disabilities
9:00am - 4:00pm
August 15, 2014

 

If you are interested in attending this workshop, please contact Brittany Hamilton
Brittany.Hamilton@choa.org
404-785-9425

 

 



Increasing Social Skills

The Marcus Autism Center presents:

Increasing Social Skills in Your Pre-Conversational Child
9:00am - 12:00pm
Aug 1, 2014

Increasing Social Skills in Your Conversational Child
1:00pm - 4:00pm
Aug 1, 2014

If you are interested in attending this workshop, please contact Brittany Hamilton
Brittany.Hamilton@choa.org
404-785-9425

 



Practice Vacation

Practice Vacation
June 27th, Tampa, Florida



Application of Behavior Management Tools

The Marcus Autism Center presents:

Application of Behavior Management Tools to Reduce Problematic Behavior
9:00am - 4:00pm each day
July 24-25, 2014

If you are interested in attending this workshop, please contact Brittany Hamilton
Brittany.Hamilton@choa.org
404-785-9425



Project Search Summer Program

Requirements:
• Between the ages of 18-25
• On the Autism Spectrum
• Thinking about employment options for the future
• Hours: Monday-Thursday from 8:00 am - 2:30 pm.
• Internship Dates: July 7 - August 14, 2014

Program Location: Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Project SEARCH Site

Contact: Beth Lohmann, Workforce Development Director
(262) 953-2208



ABA in Your Home

The Marcus Autism Center presents:

ABA in Your Home: Task Analysis, Discrete Trial, and Natural Environment Traching Strategies
9:00am - 4:00pm each day
June 19-20, 2014

If you are interested in attending this workshop, please contact Brittany Hamilton
Brittany.Hamilton@choa.org
404-785-9425

 

 

 



2014 Wisconsin Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health Conference

Taking place at the Osthoff Resort in Elkart Lake, WI.

Online registration opens Feb 15, 2014. Please go to http://wiaimh.org/  for more information or to register.

See flier for more details.



SuperStar Camp 2014

The 2014 camp will take place June 16th - 20th and June 23rd - 27th. The age range is for children is 4-18 years.The Superstar Camp is held at St. Marcus School in the Brewers Hill area of Milwaukee.

Please call Julie Borouchoff at 414-699-9013 for more information or see the attached flyer.



Braves - Autism Awareness Day

Join the Atlanta Braves and help raise awareness for Autism Spectrum Disorders. Children and adults with autism may receive a FREE ticket with the purchase of one Outfield Pavilion ticket. Families are welcome to participate in a pregame parade around Turner Field. 

Sunday, June 15
Parade Line-Up 11:30am 
Game 1:35pm 
Atlanta Braves vs. Los Angeles Angels  

A portion of all proceeds will go to support Autism Speaks - Georgia. By purchasing this offer, you will be entered into a raffle to win an opportunity to give the ceremonial "Play Ball" call before the game.

Purchase tickets online at www.braves.com/autism

 

 

 

 



Bounce Out The Stigma

 



Introduction to Behavior Management and Teaching

The Marcus Autism Center presents:

Introduction to Behavior Management and Teaching
9:00am - 4:00pm each day
June 4-6, 2014

If you are interested in attending this workshop, please contact Brittany Hamilton
Brittany.Hamilton@choa.org
404-785-9425

 



Georgia Aquarium - Camp H2O



SkyZone Roswell Autism Jump
 

 

 



Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorders – Navigating the Disorder

The Marcus Autism Center presents:

Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorders - Navigating the Disorder
9:00am - 12:00pm
May 16, 2014

If you are interested in attending this workshop, please contact Brittany Hamilton
Brittany.Hamilton@choa.org
404-785-9425

 



Zumba for Autism

Central Regional HS Gym
509 Forest Hills Pkwy
Bayville, NJ 08721

For details, contact Mr. Frulio at Central Regional.



Community Night - ECLC of NJ

Blue Moon Mexican Cafe, Wycoff
May 13, 2014
11:30 am - 9:00 pm

Please present flyer and 20% of your purchase will be donated in support of Walk Now for Autism Speaks.



Mom2Mom Celebration of Unity

Mom2Mom Celebration of Unity Event
Annual coming together of M2M peer counselors and the callers they support to celebrate their strength
Wednesday, May 7th, 10 AM - 12 Noon
University Behavioral Health Care
151 Centennial Avenue
Piscataway
08854
RSVP to Shelby Portner- 1-877-974-6662



TRANSITION.... One size does NOT fit all!

Connect with other families living in the city of Milwaukee and learn about transition and getting the services your child needs. Topics will include: guardianship, employment, mental health services, Family Care/IRIS and more!

When: May 5th (9:30 am) - May 6th (2:00 pm)

Where: Country Springs Hotel, Pewaukee

Register: Call Lynn at 608-828-9959 or email Lynn@fvofwi.org

Cost: There is no charge for this event. Hotel, meals and materials will be provided and transportation (bus pick-up) will be available from the city of Milwaukee.

For more information or questions, please see attached flyer.



North Fulton Autism Support Group Meeting

North Fulton Autism Support Group Meeting
Soeakers Panel

Sunday, May 4, 2014
2:00 - 4:00 pm
Location TBA

Please RSVP to DebbieDobbs@Comcast.net

 



Big Day In



Boston Red Sox Autism Awareness Game

Fenway Park, Boston, MA
Saturday, May 3, 2014, Game Time: 1:35pm

Come to Fenway Park on Saturday, May 3, 2014 as the Red Sox and Major League Baseball show their support for Autism Speaks. In addition to enjoying the Red Sox and Oakland A’s battling it out, you can help raise autism awareness. A portion of the cost of each ticket will be donated to Autism Speaks. All tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis, while supplies last.

Go to www.redsox.com/autismspeaks to get yours today!

For Groups of 20 or more, please contact Matt Labossiere at 617-226-6834 or mlabossiere@redsox.com



Scraptism for Autism
Hi all crafters ... everyone is welcome. This is open to ... scrapbookers (digital and hard back - wifi is available), knitters, sewers, card makers, stampers, whatever - if you create it you cam make it!!!
Saturday, May 3, 2014
10:00 AM to 10:00 PM
Scrapbook Memories NJ
248 Atlantic City Blvd. (rt. 166), Beachwood, NJ
Price: $50.00/per person
For more details please visit:
http://www.meetup.com/Universally-Creative/events/168064192/


IEP Insights

The Marcus Autism Center presents:

IEP Insights: Understanding the Process and Setting Appropriate Goals for Your Child
9:00am - 4:00pm
May 2, 2014

If you are interested in attending this workshop, please contact Brittany Hamilton
Brittany.Hamilton@choa.org
404-785-9425

 

 

 

February: Positive Behaviors 
March 21, 2014: 10 to 12pm - How to deal with Autism in the Suburbs - location in Alpharetta TBA

April 17, 2014: 5:30 to 7:30pm - Autism Awareness Month CDC event in collaboration with AAC - Main topic: higher education and young adults - Location: CDC (Clifton Road) - FYI Registration will be required 2-4 weeks in advance. 

May 14th All day event - Pre-IMFAR Conference Events- open to ALL community members - Topics will include job related discussions, education, clinical aspects.

June 13, 2014: 12 to 2 pm - Bioethics - Collaboration with Marcus Grand Rounds - Marcus Autism Center

 

 



Professional Crisis Management - Parent Training Series

This four part Crisis Management training will cover:

Crisis Prevention: The best way to handle a crisis situation is to prevent it BEFORE it happens! Learn a wide range of nonphysical and verbal strategies for the prevention of crisis situations.

Crisis De-escalation: Learn strategies for verbally de-escalating disruptive and aggressive behaviors. Participants will be taught to quickly and safely stabilize an escalating situation
before it becomes necessary to physically intervene.

Crisis Intervention: Learn personal safety skills to keep yourself and other safe when a crisis situation occurs.

Post Crisis Intervention: Gain the skills necessary to effectively interact following a crisis and identify how to improve future interaction to prevent and manage future crises.

DATE: Friday, May 2nd and Saturday, May 3rd, 2014

TIME: 8:30am-3:30pm

LOCATION: Baymont Inn and Suites
8102 Excelsior Drive
Madison, WI 53717

COST: $200/person or $250/family of 2

Please follow the link for more information: http://www.abaofwisconsin.org/pcm-training.html  

Registration forms are due by: 4/25/14

This course emphasizes strategies that are non-coercive, positive and proactive and focus on the importance of individual choice and basic human rights.



The Changing Prevalence of Autism Spectrum Disorders and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder--What’s Behind the Numbers?

WHEN: May 02, 2014 at Noon

WHERE: John D. Wiley Conference Center

Speaker: Coleen Boyle, PhD, MSHyg - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

For more information please follow the link: https://www.waisman.wisc.edu/seminars-2014-May02-Boyle.htm



C Wonder Shopping Party

Enjoy refreshments, light bites and 20% off Full price purchases.
10% of the evenings proceeds will be donated to Autism Speaks NYC

View the flyer for more information.



2014 AUTISM SPEAKS, NYPD & SOLL Baseball Clinic

NYPD Basball Clinic
Fields Generously Donated by the South Orangetown Little League

BRING HELMET, BAT AND MITT!
Participation encouraged for children Ages 6-13 with and without disabilities!

RAFFLE ~ SNACKS & DRINKS AVAILABLE ~ AUTISM SPEAKS MERCHANDISE FOR SALE

$25 Registration Fee Per Child if you Sign Up in Advance
$30 Registration Fee on day of event

Complete registration forms and send with payment to:
Patricia S. Phelan, The Law Office of Patricia S. Phelan
1 Blue Hill Plaza, 3d Floor, Box 1647, Pearl River, NY 10965 ~
pspesq@aol.com; P: 1845-620-1100; F: 1845-620-1103



PINS for for a Purpose

Dear Parents,

This year to raise money for programs and to support autism research, Lawrence Middle School will be hosting a bowling event. The event is called Pins for a Purpose .This will be a ticket only event. The ticket includes 3 hours of unlimited bowling, shoes, and soda and water. Vendors will be at this event sharing important information for families with children of special needs. We will have door prizes and baskets to be raffled off.

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Where: Woodmere Lanes 948 Broadway, Woodmere

When: Sunday, April 27,2014

Time: 11:00A.M. until 2:00 P.M.

Cost: $20.00 a ticket

Rsvp: February 28,2014

 

Click here to view event flyer!



5th Annual Charity Poker Tournament

5th Annual Charity Poker Tournament to raise money for Autism Speaks.

April 26, 2014
4pm
Dunwoody

Details: $120 buy in. 50% donated to charity
10,000 starting chips.

RSVP by Saturday, April 19th at 6pm to recieve 2,000 extra chips!

http://atlantacharitypoker.com

 

 



Alpha Xi Delta - GSU Baseball

Join the sisters of Alpha Xi Delta on Saturday, April 26 as they partner with the GSU Baseball team once again to raise awareness for Autism Speaks

Georgia State Baseball Complex
2819 Clifton Springs Road
Decatur, GA 30034
2:00 pm

Wear blue to support the Panthers and Autism Speaks!  

 




Autism Awareness Basebell Game W/ UNF

University of North Florida baseball team, will host an autism awareness ball game on Friday, April 25  at 6:00 p.m. 

University of North Florida VS. Stetson
Harmon Stadium



cut.a.thon at Shear Glamour in Toms River

Shear Glamour
984 Route 166
Toms River
(732) 504-7381



New England Revolution Autism Awareness Game

Join Autism Speaks cheer on the New England Revolution while they play against the Sporting KC at Gillette Stadium. The game starts at 7:30pm!
Highlighted activities of the night will include:

A representative of Autism Speaks serving as honorary captain during the pregame coin toss.
Autism Speaks tables set up at the stadium with information about their awareness, fundraising, science and advocacy efforts

Go to http://www.revolutionsoccer.net/autism-awareness-night-april-26 and use the password “GOREVS” to get yours today!



Camp You B

 

Marcus Autism CenterThe Marcus Autism Center (MAC) is expanding camp services in 2014 in partnership with Camp Twin Lakes. In addition to the June summer social skills day camp at the Decatur YMCA, there will be 2 family weekend camps (April and October), a one week 'sleep away camp,' and in-house respite care/mom's night out events. See below for information regarding the first family weekend camp for 2014. Further information regarding subsequent camps and respite nights will be coming soon! Hope to see many new faces this year at these fun events!

 

Camp You B You Family Weekend

A fun weekend for children with high-functioning autism and their families

Campers with autism and their families, caregivers and siblings are invited to spend a weekend with other families just like their own. During Family Weekend, you will participate in fun activities designed with your family in mind.

Who Can Come to Camp?
We invite children ages 4 to 10 with high-functioning autism, PDD or Asperger's syndrome and their families who were referred by a provider at Marcus Autism Center.

Campers should be able to:

  • Participate in a variety of indoor and outdoor activities with minimal support
  • Follow group instruction
  • Have no unmanageable or dangerous behaviors
  • Sleep in a family cabin

Families must accompany campers at all times. Additional family members, including a second parent/guardian and siblings, are encouraged to attend the camp.

When?
5 p.m., Friday, April 25, to noon, Sunday, April 27

Where?
Camp Twin Lakes, Will-A-Way in Winder, Ga.

Visit the camp's website for a quick tour of the facility and detailed instructions.

Cost
$50 donation per family for the entire weekend

Camp Twin LakesRegistration
You can register now. Applications are due by Wednesday, March 26.

Questions?
Contact Annie Garrett with questions or to submit an application in writing.

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25th Annual Autism Society of Wisconsin Conference

Please follow the link for more information or to register

http://www.asw4autism.org/conferences_workshops.html#Registration



Safe Relationships, Safe Places Workshop

Learn how to be safe in your relationships, boundaries, personal space, safety awareness and sexuality.

6:00 pm at Divine Word Pentecost Lutheran Church
5505 W. Lloyd Street, Milwaukee
(corner of 55th and Lloyd)

Please contact Sandy Krause with questions at 414-446-2626 or skrause20@wi.rr.com  



Stevi B's Dine Out




An Introduction to DIR®/FloortimeTM

View the flyer for more information.

Workshop Dates:
Six Tuesdays Apr 22, Apr 29, May 6, May 13, May 20 and May 27

Workshop Times:
9:30 am - 11:30 am

Individualized Family Mentoring Dates:
Sunday Apr 27 and Sunday May 25 (times TBD)

Location:
2326 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge (office of Tal Baz)

Tuition:
$120 for one person, $160 for the family including caregivers (not therapists)

To register, contact Pam@astrafoundation.org  

For more information on the course, contact the instructor, Sarah Measures:
sarahmeasures@yahoo.com or call: 617-413-1355



Coordination clinic for adolescents with autism/spectrum diagnoses

This clinic will be piloted during a 4 week period, beginning Wednesday April 16, 2014 and concluding Wednesday May 7, 2014, 3:30-5:00 at the Klotsche Center/Pavilion on the UWM campus.

Please see the attached flyer for more information or to register.



Treehouse Club

The 8 session group meets weekly for 1.5 hours. For more information, please see attached flyer or contact Nicole Berlowski at nberlowski@abaofwisconsin.org or 920-279-0271



Reel Movies for Real Needs

All features will begin 10:30 am. Regular matinee pricing applies. We will accommodate as many people with accessible seating as possible on a first come first serve basis.

The titles and dates of this program are:
- Rio 2 in 2D on April 12th
- Maleficent on May 31st
- How To Train Your Dragon 2 on June 14th
- Planes: Fire & Rescue on July 19th

Marcus South Shore Cinema
7261 S. 13th Street
Oak Creek, WI 53154

phone: 414-768-5961



Wolves Basketball Academy

Wolves Basketball Academy
Special Needs Basketball Clinics
April 12th and 26th, May 3rd, 10th, 17th & 31st at Scotch Plains Fanwood High School
667 Westeld Road, Scotch Plains, NJ.
Each clinic will be from 12pm – 1:30pm. Cost is $25 per clinic.
Register and pay on-line at www.Wolvesbasketballacademy.com



Artistic Designs Blue Hair Extensions

Artistic Designs
7 North Hwy. 31
Pennington, New Jersey 08534

Phone: (609) 737-0801
Email: artistic_designs@aol.com

View the flyer for more information.



VC Salon Blue Hair Extensions

VC Salon
2350 New Jersey 33
Robbinsville, NJ 08691
(609) 259-5952



Autism Awareness Game w/ Jacksonville Suns
Mark your calendars, the Jacksonville Suns will host an Autism Awareness game on Sunday, April 27. The game will include an Autism Speaks section. Autism Speaks will also be included in the first pitch and host a special guest to sing the national anthem.

*A portion of ticket sales from the Autism Speaks section, 101, will benefit Autism Speaks. An Autism Speaks ticket booth will be located to the right of the ticket office on game day.

Cost $10.50

A private room will be available for individuals affected by noise, heat, etc.

We hope more than 100 of our walk families and guest will be in attendance. If you plan to attend, let us know! RSVP to Jacksoville@autismspeaks.org

Please check back for more details!


Charity Bingo @ Hamburger Mary's

Hamburger Mary's monthly charity bingo event will benefit Autism Speaks on April 28!

Cost: $5.00 per game

Hamburger Mary's JAX
3333-1 Beach Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32207

The event will include a 50/50 raffle, give-a-ways and more!



Identify the signs of Speech, Language & Hearing Disorders

Jacksonville University presents Identify the Signs of Speech, Language & Hearing Disorders at:

Jacksonville University
College of Health Sciences, Lazzara Building Lobby
2800 University Blvd. N
Jacksonville, FL 32211

Saturday, May 31

Event Flyer



Joe's Crab Shack: Dine-out

Join Joe's Crab Shack at Jacksonville Beach on April 2 or 29 for a dine-out event benefiting Autism Speaks.

Guest must present a dine-out flyer.

Joe's Crab Shack
6 Beach Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32250



Mani's for Autism Kick-Off Party

NJ Images Nails
1808 Route 37 East
Toms River, NJ
(732) 506-0930



TennesseeWorks Family Survey




Athletes For Autism, Inc. Family Days

With a focus on fitness and an eye toward improving social
skills, Family Day activities will encourage participants to work
with one another and their adult fitness leader. Siblings and
other family members are welcome to join in the fun.

Saturdays from 12:30-2:30 at 770 N. Jefferson St.

While Family Days are free, we ask that families register by calling Ronny at (414) 803-9676.



Curtains Up! Daytime Moon Creations Theatre Program

Open to participants 10-17 with developmental disabilities
Saturday's from 1- 3 pm beginning March 22
Final Performance May 7 on a professional stage
Program Fee is $475, with discounts for friend referrals
visit http://daytimemooncreations.org/current-programs  for more information

View Flyer



2014 Walk Now for Autism Speaks: Triangle

Join Autism Speaks as we walk to change the future for all who struggle with autism!

Walk Now for Autism Speaks is a fun-filled, family friendly event and is our single most powerful force to fund vital research that will lead us to the answers we need. Experience the power of thousands united by a single cause by joining Walk Now for Autism Speaks. Autism is the fastest-growing serious developmental disorder in the U.S. – we need more volunteers to join our fight. Whether this is your first walk or the 10th, take the first step and register today. You will not only raise funds, but you will become a part of a fun and supportive family-focused community.

 

Duke University - East Campus

www.walknowforautismspeaks.org/triangle



LAUGH it up Blue

Support the Greater Charlotte Chapter of Autism Speaks by joining us for a hilarious night of comedy complete with silent auctions, raffles, and other surprises. Autism now affects 1 in 88 children and 1 in 54 boys, so please help us make a difference! This evening will help fund autism research, services for families, and much more… “Laugh It Up Blue” on Wednesday, June 4th for this amazing cause!
Reception and Silent Auction 7:00 to 8:00
LIVE Auction

 

Wednesday, June 4th Purchase your tickets here.



Participants needed for a study at the Molloy College Speech, Language, and Hearing Center!

Participants needed for a study at the Molloy College Speech, Language, and Hearing Center!

Click here to view the flyer for more information!



Mr. Mister

 



SIBS' Club at LIU Post

This club is designed to enhance relationships and interactions between children living with autism and their siblings.

Click here for more information.



The Hanen Program for Parents of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

The program will be offered on Tuesday mornings for parents and occasional
Monday afternoons for the parents and their child. Families will be asked to participate in
an individual afternoon pre-program consultation with their child on February 4 or February
11. The dates of the program are: 2/18, 2/25, 3/3*, 3/4, 3/18, 3/24*, 3/25, 4/8, 4/29, 5/5*,
and 5/13. All parent sessions (in bold) will meet Tuesday mornings from 9:30 AM-12
noon. In these sessions parents will participate in small group instruction with other
parents who have children with communication-language delays. The sessions that are
marked with an asterisk (*) will be scheduled for you and your child to interact together in
the afternoon on selected Mondays, for approximately 30 minutes, after his/her regular day
program. These sessions will be videotaped so that we may review the activities.

Place: The Diana Rogovin Davidow Speech-Language-Hearing Center
Brooklyn College
2900 Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11210
For information and registration contact
Dr. Susan Longtin slongtin@brooklyn.cuny.edu
Telephone: (718) 951-5186

View the flyer for more information.



Join the South Shore Support Services Theatre Club

The Theatre Club is a recreational program for individuals with developmental disabilities - ages 16+. To enrich their experience the Theatre Club will be seeing performances at different theatres.

The Theatre Club participants will be dropped off and picked up at the Family Support Center, 317 Libbey Industrial Parkway, Weymouth, MA. Deadline for the registration form and payment will be ten days before each performance. Space is limited.

Shows include: Hairspray, Mamma Mia, Aida & The Secret Garden and will take place between February and May.

If interested in attending any of the performances, please complete the registration form found on our website: www.soshoresupport.org and return with payment. Any questions please contact Renee McCorkle at 781-331-7878 ext. 19 or email: rmccorkle@soshoresupport.org



TRAILS - Is your child 14-17 years old?

Each of the five evening workshops will focus on a different topic. Topics covered generally include transition IEP, employment, adult benefits (Family Care and IRIS), and futures planning. Sign up for all 5, or pick and chose your dates.

6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Please follow this link for more information or to sign up.

http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07e8rvo8f94495a5a7&llr=etct7zcab



The Saturday Seminar Series on Autism Spectrum Disorders

The Saturday Seminar Series on Autism Spectrum Disorders

The Center of Excellence on Autism Spectrum Disorders invites teachers, paraprofessionals, related service providers, and parents to join us for The Saturday Seminar Series on Autism Spectrum Disorders
Spring 2014



FBR Beaver’s 1st Annual Fall Festival

FBR Beaver’s 1st Annual Fall Festival

The Lodge at Brady’s Run Park
121 Brady’s Run Road
Beaver Falls, PA 15010

Friday, October 25, 2013
4pm-7pm

~Family Friendly Event including Games, Resources, Refreshments, Snacks, Chinese Auction, Crafts, Bouncy House, Children’s Costume Contest!~

PROCEEDS BENEFIT THE FBR FOUNDATION

~For more information, call: 724-888-2097~



I Can Kid Ability Day

I Can Kid Ability Day

Click here to download the flyer!



Copy of Copy of Copy of Tennessee Walk Now for Autism Speaks

Painting with a Twist 
Benefiting Autism Speaks

Sunday, May 4, 2014
2615 Medical Center Parkway
Suite 430
Murfreesboro, TN 37129
2:00pm - 4:00 pm $35

Enjoy a stress free, 2 hour painting class!
https://www.paintingwithatwist.com/events/viewevent.aspx?eventID=189302 

   



Basic Sign Language Classes

 

To download the original flyer, click here.



Functional Analysis & Treatment of Severe Behavior Disorders

Dr Brian Iwata will conduct a two-day workshop, “Functional Analysis & Treatment of Severe Behavior Disorders,” December 5 - 6, 2013 in Orlando, Florida.

All attending will receive a certificate of attendance. BCBAs and BCaBAs will receive 12 Type II CE credits and Psychologists will receive 11 CE Credits. Register now – Our workshops sell out quickly.

The workshop will be at the Crowne Plaza Downtown Hotel, 304 West Colonial Dr., Orlndo, FL 32801. Located off I-4 in downtown Orlando, close to many restaurants and 15 miles from Walt Disney World.

Go to our website www.bisoxford.com for registration information, forms and fees. Call Walt Antonow at [662] 234-1640 for more information. Our email is bisoxford@gmail.com.



Autism Speaks at Story Land

Autism Speaks at Story Land

September 7 - 8, 2013

$20.00

Click here for more information.



Broward Walk Kickoff

View the flyer for more information.



Volunteer for Autism Speaks Milwaukee

Autism Speaks Milwaukee relies on the help of 300+ volunteers each year. Opportunities range
from spending a few hours each week at your home making phone calls, to helping in the
community with schools and at resource fairs, to serving on an event committee. If you have any
questions please call Mallory Walsh, Field Development Manager, at 312-515-1452.

Applications can be submitted via email to milwaukee@autismspeaks.org or faxed to 224-567-8574

Print out your application today.


Special Touch Get Away

Grandparents United for Autism Annual Picnic

IEP Insights

Toilet Training

Increasing Social Skills

Practice Vacation

Application of Behavior Management Tools

Project Search Summer Program

ABA in Your Home

2014 Wisconsin Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health Conference

SuperStar Camp 2014

Braves - Autism Awareness Day

Bounce Out The Stigma

Introduction to Behavior Management and Teaching

Georgia Aquarium - Camp H2O

SkyZone Roswell Autism Jump

Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorders – Navigating the Disorder

Zumba for Autism

Community Night - ECLC of NJ

Mom2Mom Celebration of Unity

TRANSITION.... One size does NOT fit all!

North Fulton Autism Support Group Meeting

Big Day In

Boston Red Sox Autism Awareness Game

Scraptism for Autism

IEP Insights

Professional Crisis Management - Parent Training Series

The Changing Prevalence of Autism Spectrum Disorders and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder--What’s Behind the Numbers?

C Wonder Shopping Party

2014 AUTISM SPEAKS, NYPD & SOLL Baseball Clinic

PINS for for a Purpose

5th Annual Charity Poker Tournament

Alpha Xi Delta - GSU Baseball

Autism Awareness Basebell Game W/ UNF

cut.a.thon at Shear Glamour in Toms River

New England Revolution Autism Awareness Game

Camp You B

25th Annual Autism Society of Wisconsin Conference

Safe Relationships, Safe Places Workshop

Stevi B's Dine Out

An Introduction to DIR®/FloortimeTM

Coordination clinic for adolescents with autism/spectrum diagnoses

Treehouse Club

Reel Movies for Real Needs

Wolves Basketball Academy

Artistic Designs Blue Hair Extensions

VC Salon Blue Hair Extensions

Autism Awareness Game w/ Jacksonville Suns

Charity Bingo @ Hamburger Mary's

Identify the signs of Speech, Language & Hearing Disorders

Joe's Crab Shack: Dine-out

Mani's for Autism Kick-Off Party

TennesseeWorks Family Survey

Athletes For Autism, Inc. Family Days

Curtains Up! Daytime Moon Creations Theatre Program

2014 Walk Now for Autism Speaks: Triangle

LAUGH it up Blue

Participants needed for a study at the Molloy College Speech, Language, and Hearing Center!

Mr. Mister

SIBS' Club at LIU Post

The Hanen Program for Parents of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Join the South Shore Support Services Theatre Club

TRAILS - Is your child 14-17 years old?

The Saturday Seminar Series on Autism Spectrum Disorders

FBR Beaver’s 1st Annual Fall Festival

I Can Kid Ability Day

Copy of Copy of Copy of Tennessee Walk Now for Autism Speaks

Basic Sign Language Classes

Functional Analysis & Treatment of Severe Behavior Disorders

Autism Speaks at Story Land

Broward Walk Kickoff

Volunteer for Autism Speaks Milwaukee