On Saturday March 8, discount the Marin Autism Collaborative held its annual meeting, link where parents and service providers shared information and resources about transition planning for individuals with ASD. Panel #1: Pathways to Transition Planning Transitions are often difficult … Continued
This is a great article on compassion for children with autism and how to teach tolerance among our children.
The Marin Autism Collaborative held its 2011 Annual Meeting on April 2 at the Marin County Office of Education. Dr. Peter Mundy, cialis from the UC Davis MIND Institute and the Department of Education, spoke on “Social Attention Impairments in … Continued
In case you haven’t seen it, it’s worth viewing the many great interviews and news clips from PBS this month!
Autism Society has lots of great information about the latest efforts in advocacy to protect services for individuals with autism and other disabilities. See the latest newsletter for great information and get involved!
Statement by Secretary Sebelius on National Autism Awareness Month Every April we recognize National Autism Awareness Month and the special challenges faced by those with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). CDC estimates that an average of 1 in 110 children in … Continued
A new documentary file, “Wretches and Jabberers,” follows two Vermont men who have become global ambassadors for autism. It is showing April 9th in Santa Clara, CA. Visit the film’s website to see the trailer and screening information!
Here is the link to a great podcast on state budget cuts that Matt Tarver-Wahlquist, pilule from Opportunity for Independence, and Rocio Smith, from Area Board 5, did for the radio. Be sure to listen!
The Center for the Dissemination of Information for Children with Disabilities has published an article in Spanish, here “El Espectro del Autismo” with great information for parents about the autism spectrum.
This Autism Speaks blog post speaks addresses how to best streamline services to help those with ASD.