The Center for Autism, in collaboration with Turning Points for Children, will be hosting a virtual Parent Café during Autism Acceptance/Awareness month. Participants will have the opportunity to hear from a panel of adults with autism and ask questions regarding their experiences and thoughts on neurodiversity. Center for Autism will be providing Behavioral health screenings.
Grab some popcorn and get cozy as we settle in for an afternoon screening of the 2020 Oscar nominated documentary film Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution (Rated R: some language including sexual references). Description: “A groundbreaking summer camp for teens with disabilities proves so inspiring that a group of alumni join the radical disability rights movement to advocate for historic legislation changes."
Join the PA Family Network to plan and problem solve if/when we cannot support our loved one with intellectual disabilities and/or autism • Connect and network with other families • Get information and strategies on handling Long Term Planning • Discuss and receive guidance on how to identify and share what is most important to our loved ones to live a meaningful and good life (NOT LEGAL OR FINANCIAL ADVICE)
What happens when the bus stops coming? Do you need a vision or a plan? Join PA Family Network for an interactive workshop to discuss thought provoking questions surrounding a new day-to-day plan, obtain information and resources to be used during this time of change, address question and concerns, and utilize the LifeCourse Framework and Tools in useful, flexible and simple ways