Autism Services & Resources CT Winter Workshop Series & Resource Fair

Autism Services & Resources CT Winter Workshop Series & Resource Fair

An extensive 2020/2021 Virtual Winter Workshop series that  will benefit families, individuals and educators alike. For a nominal fee, ASR CT is offering a wide array of workshops including transition planning, sexuality and healthy relationships, and workshops for early education educators.

Transition Bootcamp: Three Part Series – 6:30-8pm $25 per session

Session 1: Tuesday, November 10, 2020: Unique challenges in becoming more independent for those with ASD
Session 2: Tuesday November 17, 2020: Legal and financial aspects of planning
Session 3: Tuesday November 24, 2020: Next steps: one on one or small group discussion and planning to assist participants in developing next steps

Early Education Educators: Two Part Series – 6:30-8pm $25 per session

Session 1: Thursday November 12, 2020: ASD 101 – Understanding Autism: How Autism Spectrum Disorder presents itself in the Early Childhood setting.

Session 2: Thursday November 19, 2020: Systems, Support and Social Scripts: Communication Systems, Visual Supports and an introduction to Social Scripts in the Early Childhood setting.

Sexuality Education: Talking to Teens/Young Adults About Sexuality: Three Part Series – 6:30-8pm $25 per session

Session 1: Tuesday, December 1, 2020: Introduction and Setting the Stage & Human Sexual Development
Session 2: Tuesday December 8, 2020: Tips for Talking and Teachable Moments
Session 3: Tuesday December 15, 2020: Responding to Behaviors

To register please visit https://ct-asrc.org workshops, or for additional information please contact ASRC at (203)265-7717 or email sara@ct-asrc.org

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ASRC is very excited to share with you that for the 19th Annual Autism Services & Resource CT Resource Fair we will be going VIRTUAL!!! Now more than ever families, caregivers and educators are looking for ways to help their individuals stay connected and access resources. We are proud to offer over 80 vendors, exhibitors and 12 live stream interactive workshops…all from the comfort of your own home. The link for information registration is:

(https://pheedloop.com/asrcfair1/site/)

ASRC is proud to present the 2020 Virtual Autism Resource Fair, to be held on

Saturday, November 7

9:00 to 3:00

 

Workshops – Exhibitors – Networking – On Demand Recordings Available

“The incredible amount of information available, in such a short time frame, makes this event a must” – attendee

 

“Every year we attend, and see old friends and make new ones. We also learn SO much.” – attendee

 

“The variety of workshops every year is amazing, and this year is even better. Plus, the on-demand option is very convenient” – attendee

 

REGISTER

 

Partial List of Confirmed Exhibitors

 

Achieve Beyond USA

Adelbrook

Amazing Achievements Occupational Therapy LLC

Anderson Cares

Applied Behavioral Strategies

Aspire Living and Learning

Autism Families CONNECTicut

Autism Health and Fitness Center

Barnum Wealth Management Metropilitan

Beacon HEalth Options

Behavioral and Education Consultants

Benhaven Career and Transition Services

Benhaven Individual & Family Support Program

Blue Umbrella Experience

BluePath Service Dogs

Briason Associates

BRS – State Agency

By Your Side Advocay

Camp Kodiak

Camp LeeMar

CCSN – Dr. Powers

Center for Autism Research Excellence- CARE | BU

Chapel Haven – Schleifer Center Inc.

Charles Bergamo – Northwestern Mutual

Charm Medical Supply

Cheshire Fitness Zone

Clifford Beers

College Autism Spectrum

College Steps

Connecticut Behavioral Health LLC

Cotter Careers

CT Center for

Developmental Pediatrics MD

CT Department of Aging and Disability Services

Czepiga Daly Pope & Perri

Disability Planning Partners

Education Advocacy, LLC

EPrine Community Services

Faja Labratory – Boston Children’s Hospital

FAP – Friends of Autistic People

FAVOR – Medical Home Initiatives

Franklin Academy

Futures Planned

HostingCT

Hospital for Special Care

Institute of Living

Infinity Music Therapy

Juvo Autism + Behavioral Health Services

Kearns & Kearns PC

Kid Sense Therapy Group

Kings Speech @ Learning Center

Law Office of Robin P Keller LLC

League School -Walpole MA

Life Net

Logan Tech – Prox Talker

Marrakech, Inc

Michael Gilberg, Attorney-at-Law

Milestone Behavior

Movia Robotics

Path CT

Planning Across The Spectrum

Prism Autism Center

Sallyz Center For Autism

SPARK at YALE

Spectrum Innovates

Springtide Child Development

State of CT Dept of Soc. Services Autism Div.

The Gengrass Center@ Univ. of St. Joseph

The Growing Tree Institute

The Hangout Spot

The Kennedy Center

The Light House – LVE Center

The Next Street

The Talcott Center – Motor PLANit

The Talcott Center for Child Development

TLC-Therapy for Language and Communication LLC

UCONN – Beyond Access

UCONN – KIDS (Kids in Developmental Science)

VANTAGE

VISTA Life Innovations

Wheeler Clinic

Woodhouse Academy

Yale Child Study – Chawarska Lab

Yale Child Study-McPartland Lab

Yale Child Study-Sukhodolsky Lab

Yoga Movement Therapy

 

Speakers & Workshops

Jay Kearns, Kearns & Kearns

What legal planning does my autistic child need?

James McPartland, Yale University

Improving Clinical Care for ASD with Science

Denis Sukhodolsky, Yale University

Treatment of anxiety and disruptive behavior in children and adolescents with autism

Roger Jou, SPARK/Yale University

Why Does Autism Research Need You?

Kelly Powell, Yale University

Coping during the pandemic

Lou Mota, EPrine Community Services

Better Living With EPrine Community Services

Caroline Wilson & Kathleen Walsh, Gengras Center/University of Saint Joseph

Developing Soft Skills in Young Workers

Megan Gallagher, Hospital for Special Care

Making the most of the moment: Turning everyday tasks into therapeutic opportunities

Stephanie Foulkes & Suzanne Gregory, Vista Life Innovations

More Connected than Ever: Personal Growth in lieu of a Pandemic

Colleen Masse, Czepiga Daly Pope & Peri

Supported Decision Making

Missy Olive, Applied Behavioral Strategies

Evidence Based Strategies for Addressing Challenging Behavior and Picky Eating

Andrew Arboe, The Next Street Driving

Driving With Autism Spectrum Disorder

Charles Bergamo, Northwestern Mutual

How to Develop a Life Plan

Jay O’Brien, AANE/Life Net

LifeNet: a private pay, independent living support program for adults with Asperger’s/ASD

 

REGISTER

 

Autism Services and Resources Connecticut

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