Asperger Syndrome

Roadmap to College Success: A Conference for Students with Learning Disabilities - SOLD OUT

SOLD OUT! - No Walk-ins

For College-track students with Learning Disabilities, 14 years and older, parents, educators and other professionals:

  • Tips for Success
  • Finding the “Right” College
  • Assistive Technology Demonstrations
  • Student Panel
  • Information Booths
  • Chance to Win a 2GB Echo Smartpen!
  • Lunch and Materials Included

Many thanks to the Yahoo Employee Foundation (YEF) for funding this conference!


"Swim Team" Film Screening - Autism Awareness Event

"Swim Team" Film Screening - Autism Awareness Event

This event is a screening for the film Swim Team. SWIM TEAM chronicles the extraordinary rise of the Jersey Hammerheads, a competitive swim team that is composed of children with autism. The film captures the challenges of these individuals on the autism spectrum striving for inclusion, independence, high expectations, and a life without pity.

Music and Children with Autism: A Practical Guide for Parents and Caregivers

Featuring Dr. Ryan Hourigan, Ball State University

Join us for an evening with music educator Dr. Ryan Hourigan. Learn how the arts can help parents and caregivers connect and engage with their children. Artistic and non-artistic parents and caregivers will discover a variety of activities and techniques to take home and try with their children. Dr. Hourigan will be joined by Amy Hourigan (MT-BC), a licensed music therapist.

Register here.

WEBINAR: Autism and the Criminal Justice System: What Happens When Your Adult Child with ASD Is Detained or Arrested by Police?


with Emily Iland and Tom Iland

People with ASD can be detained, questioned and arrested like anyone else. This is uncharted territory for most parents, so it’s a good idea to know the facts, plan ahead for such a situation and understand how to help protect your adult child's civil rights.

In this webinar you will:

WEBINAR: Guy Stuff - Teaching Social Expectations around Hygiene and Sexuality to Young Men with Verbal ASD and Aspergers


with Ryan Wexelblatt, LSW, Director of the Center for ADHD, Pennsylvania

In his popular "Guy Stuff" presentation, Ryan will share approaches for teaching social expectations for hygiene and sexuality for young men with Asperger's and verbal ASDs. Please note that this presentation will include mature content relating to sexuality and sexual behavior. Live Q&A will follow.


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