Autism Spectrum Disorder

Hangouts: Ages 13-22 - Superheroes and Supervillians

It’s a Super party at the Friday Night Hang Out! Calling all Superheroes and Supervillains. Come show your super powers, good or bad! Don’t forget your costume!

Pizza, drinks & snacks will be provided, including some gluten free snacks.

Hang Outs are designed for young adults ages 13 to 22 with ASD/HFA and other Learning Differences.

RSVP ONLINE: http://www.Gatepath.org/hangouts

Hangouts: Ages 23-35 - Cinco de Mayo

No siesta! Come Fiesta with your Amigos at the Friday Night Hang Out! Put on your sombreros and enjoy the salsa.

Pizza, drinks and snacks will be provided, including some gluten free snacks.

Hang Outs are designed for adults ages 23 to 35 with developmental differences who are independent. Aides are welcome to attend with attendees who need individualized support.

RSVP ONLINE: http://www.Gatepath.org/hangouts

 

"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.

2017 Autism at Work Summit

In support of a vision for a more neurodiverse workplace, SAP, Microsoft, HPE, EY and the Stanford Autism Center are please to invite you to the 2017 Autism at Work Summit, an event designed to address work opportunities for individuals on the autism spectrum in an enterprise environment.

Panel Discussion: "Neurodiversity and Innovation" and Q&A

Transition to Adulthood

The completion of high school is the beginning of adult life. For students with disabilities, these choices may be more complex and may require transition planning. Planning the transition from school to adult life begins once a student reaches 16 years of age, or younger, if appropriate. Transition services are intended to prepare students to make the transition from the world of school to the world of adulthood. 

Attend this training as a parent, guardian, professional or interested community member

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