The Autism Spectrum Unplugged

April 16, 2019
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April 16, 2019 Duc Tinh


Spend an Evening with the “Creatively Wired and Socially Challenged”

Thursday, April 18th
6:30pm – 8:30pm
Founders Hall Auditorium
Free and Open to the Public

This presentation will move you. Get new insights on what is becoming today’s epidemic.

  • Walk a day in their shoes and experience what their world is like
  • Find out what works & what doesn’t with this special population
  • Learn the importance of relationships
  • Learn what interventions work when they are in crisis
  • Understand better their sensory issues & the Circle of Anxiety™

FOCUS Alternative Learning Center is proud to present their panel of experts.  They are articulate, brilliant, left of center and very open and honest about their journey with their disorders.  Hear firsthand about their experiences and how they impacted their lives at home, school, and in the community.  They want to let you know that they have suffered, but they have not given up and have grown to accept and embrace their “peculiarities” and channel them into something useful, without changing “who” they are.  These kids are amazing and their willingness to share their experiences to help others have hope and change their lives is inspirational!  Learn what strategies have helped them become the successful people they are today.

Sponsored by the Parent Support Group at NCCC, and  LACASA (Litchfield County Autism Spectrum Association), and NCCC Division of Continuing Education.

For more info contact Sharon Cable at 860-693-9128 or Dr. Robert Beck at 860-738-6386.

FOCUS Alternative Learning Center, Inc.
Specializing in the treatment of children and adolescents who are on the Autism Spectrum, suffer from anxiety disorders, experience processing and social learning difficulties; and who are otherwise, as we like to say, “creatively wired and socially challenged”.