Added: AFLS Workshops in Arizona, Colorado, Hawaii and Virginia

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Four separate one-day conferences dedicated to AFLS, the Assessment of Functional Living Skills, are scheduled in September and October. September 10, 2012 – AFLS Workshop at HYATT House Denver Tech Center in Englewood, Colorado September 21, 2012 – AFLS Workshop at the Bay View Golf Course in Kaneohe, Hawaii September 28, 2012 – AFLS Workshop at Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC) in Phoenix, Arizona. October 13, 2012 – AFLS Workshop at the Hilton Arlington Hotel in Arlington, Virginia. {Read More}

Reggie Sanders Foundation Wiffle Ball Autism Benefit

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If you’re going to be in the Phoenix, Arizona metropolitan area during Major League Baseball’s All Star Weekend then check out this autism benefit from The Reggie Sanders Foundation. The Big League Wiffle Ball event will benefit the Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center (SARRC). Yellow Bat Fury

Arizona: National Service & Disability Inclusion Workshop

National Service & Disability Inclusion Workshop Transition to Higher Education and Successful Employment What: a free 75 minute workshop that will provide you with information about national service programs like Americorps, AmeriCorps/Vista and AmeriCorps National Direct. The presentation will engage you in a dialogue about the benefits and advantages these programs can offer to people of diverse ages, backgrounds, and abilities who are concerned with issues of employability, continuing education, and developing the skills and work experience that often lead {Read More}

ThinkAsperger’s: An Overview of Asperger’s Disorder, Early Warning Signs and Intervention

ThinkAsperger’s: An Overview of Asperger’s Disorder, Early Warning Signs and Intervention – 11/11/2010 in Phoenix, Arizona Asperger’s Disorder (AD) is a life long disorder in which symptoms can progressively worsen over time without early identification and proper treatment. Many individuals with AD have skills that make the disorder difficult to detect by current screening methods for autism. This training offers an overview of Asperger’s Disorder including characteristics and behavioral examples, as well as a review of current intervention strategies and {Read More}

Arizona: The Journey To Adulthood: What Every Parent Should Know

Raising Special Kids will be hosting a seminar, The Journey to Adulthood: What Every Parent Should Know, on Saturday, September 11, 2010 in Phoenix. This event will be held at the Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC) Vocational Life Skills Academy at 2225 N. 16th St. in Phoenix. The seminar will cover the following topics: Basic information to help your son or daughter with a disability understand the physical, emotional, and social changes of puberty and adolescence. How some {Read More}

Anxiety in Autism: Developments in Research & Practice in Phoenix

The Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC) will be hosting a Lunch and Learn session on Tuesday, June 8, 2010 from noon until 1pm. The topic of this session is: Anxiety in Autism: Developments in Research & Practice with Raymond g. Romanczyk, Ph.D., BCBA-D from the Institute for Child Development, SUNY at Binghamton. This presentation addresses recent intervention research and clinical practice for individuals with ASDs who display anxiety and anxiety-related clinical problems. Anxiety is a complex cluster of {Read More}