Weekly Community Autism Peer Specialist Meeting

Join us for an informative meeting focused on all things autism. Our goal is to share activities and supports available in the autism community. We will cover the latest research, personal experiences, and the new Community Autism Peer Specialist program. Let’s brainstorm creative ideas and develop a committee to help the autism community thrive. Join us virtually every Thursday at 2 p.m. Zoom link Password: 022423 For more information, email Khylil Robinson.

Coping with Creative Arts for Students of Color: Music Therapy

Come join Drexel University Counseling Center (DUCC) and CATs of Color to learn about different coping strategies using the Creative Arts Therapies for stress prevention and stress management. There will be an experiential using the various modalities by the end of each event providing space to process and additional resources. Hope to see you there!

What Makes Me Tic: Comedy, Disability, and the Inclusive Community

JFCS and RespectAbility invite you to join Pamela Schuller for a hilarious and meaningful evening in honor of JDAIM (Jewish Disability Acceptance, Awareness, and Inclusion Month) and JDAM (Jewish Disability Advocacy Month). As a teen, Pamela Schuller had the worst diagnosed case of Tourette Syndrome in the country, a touch of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and a whole lot of pent-up anger. She spent years depressed, suicidal, and wishing her differences away. Over time, she started looking at her life differently and turned her obstacles and challenges into the very fuel that propels her. Now an internationally known disability and mental health advocate and professional stand-up comedian, Pamela’s stories of growing up in a body she had no control over are engaging, powerful, a little bit heart-wrenching, and unapologetically funny. Zoom link provided after registration.

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