Join us on April 14th to hear from Ty Vernon of UCSB about how parents can be trained to help their children who have autism using Pivotal Response Training. This is an intervention that is based in play and focuses on multiple aspects of child development. Dr. Vernon is piloting an application to help caregivers […]
Families hear the term “brain activity” and “brainwave pattern” and don’t understand why this is important to autism. In this session, Dr. Carol Wilkinson, a researcher and pediatrician from Boston Children’s Hospital will explain the different types of brainwave patterns in autism, how they are studied, and how they can be used to better track […]
On the next Sam’s Sibs Stick Together meeting, we will be talking to sensational sibling Jesse Morris. He will talk about the inspiration for starting Difference Partners, what they do, and how they are helping the community. Join us on September 8th at 3PM eastern. Participation is FREE but you need to register.
US Autism Association Worldwide Watch Party! Proudly sponsored by Exceptional Needs Today magazine. Free 36 hour access to the world's largest autism-focused streaming library with world-renowned experts. Something for everyone: self-advocates, individuals on the autism spectrum, parents, educators, and professionals. REGISTRATION required (it's FREE!).
- Hear from World-Renowned Experts
- Optional add-on: Gain continuing education / professional development hours
Since our founding in New York in 2015 as Wall Street Rides FAR, the ride has grown each year. Now, with the launch of Bay Street Rides FAR in Toronto, we’re excited to announce our expansion into Canada! Join us on Saturday, October 1st for a fun-filled day for the whole family! Riders 18+ can opt for the 20km or 10km cycling routes. Families are welcome on the 5km walk, plus family activities at the finish festival. The event will begin and end at the Harbourfront. Paid parking is available across the street and nearby. Bay Street Rides FAR is an amazing family-friendly day of riding through fall foliage to support the innovative, life-changing research being done by ASF-funded scientists.