Autism & Aspergers Events & Programs Massachusetts

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"Bunny Cares" for Special Needs
Kingston – March 29th, 2015. Bunny Cares is an opportunity for children with special needs and their families to enjoy a photo session with the Easter Bunny. Accommodations and care to support the sensory, physical[...]
"Making Healthy Connections" Young Adults
West Springfield, through June 15th, 2015. For all youth with disabilities, ages 14 – 22. CHD’s Disability Resources & Partners for Youth with Disabilities(PYD) will be running the Making Healthy Connections. They are  currently inviting all Youth[...]
Light It Up Blue for Autism
UMass Medical School, Worcester, April 2nd, 2015. Autism Awareness & Acceptance Celebration. Hear experts update you with the welcoming remarks, and visit local resources and vendors at the Activity fair (Featuring interactive activities, games & music[...]
Supporting Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Providence, RI. April 2nd & 3rd. The Groden Network presents: Supporting Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Current Trends and Models. Key Note Speaker – Gregory P. Hanley will present “Helping Children with Autism and Their Families Live Free[...]
Autism Conference in Holyoke
April 7, 2015, Holyoke. Community Resources for People with Autism’s Annual Conference offer  information on autism in Western Massachusetts. Network with other professionals and families, connect with local service providers and learn about a variety of[...]
Big Apple Circus Autism-Friendly Event
April 7, 2015, Autism-Friendly Big Apple Circus Show, Boston. The Big Apple Circus Autism Theater Initiative presents the “Metamorphosis” production. Features shorter running time, adjusted lights and sound, calming centers and more. Tickets half price[...]
"Think Differently" Behavioral Workshop
Natick, April 10th, 2015. “Think Differently: A New Approach for Parenting, Teaching and Treating Children with Behavioral Challenges”,  from Think:Kids, a program in the Department of Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), and  the Natick Public Schools to[...]
Resources for Autism Spectrum Disorders - Panel Discussion
April 10th, 2015, Boston Children’s Hospital. Autism Spectrum Disorder Resource Panel Presentation. Do you have questions about resources that may be available to your child with ASD? Families with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder often search for[...]
Apr 11 all-day
Wings for Autism
Waltham/Boston, April 11th, 2015. Wings for Autism is a program specifically designed to support families of children with autism, creating a travel test run to help ease the stress of airline travel. The program, founded[...]
Autism Parent Workshop: I Did It Myself! How to Determine Key Life Skills...
Southboro, New England Center for Children, April 14th, 2015. I Did It Myself! How to Determine Key Life Skills for Children with ASD to Learn Presenter: Julie Weiss, MSEd, BCBA This presentation will provide attendees[...]
Family Autism Night - Children's Museum of Easton
Easton, April 17th, 2015. Family Autism Night at the Children’s Museum in Easton is a registration only event. The Museum will be open exclusively to families with children 10 and under on the AutismSpectrum giving them an[...]
Autism Parent Workshop: Preventing and Reducing Challenging Behavior
Southboro, New England Center for Children,  May 16, 2015 Presenter: William Holcomb, PhD, BCBA-D.  Register for one or both parts. Part 1: Pro-Active Strategies for Managing Challenging Behavior Time: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. This interactive[...]
Autism Workshop - Why Children with Special Needs Behave the Way They Do
Southboro, New England Center for Children, June 9th, 2014. Why Children with Special Needs Behave the Way They Do: The ABC’s of Motivation and Reinforcement Presenter: Rick Graff, PhD, BCBA-D One question that parents often[...]