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CTR card (front & back) - You are Witnessing Autism

Autism Awareness CARDS

Do you have a child or grandchild with Autism? Have you ever felt the need to explain your child’s behavior to someone at a store, restaurant or public place? Now you can just slip them one of these business cards.
10 for $2.00
25 for $5.00
50 for $8.00
100 for $15.00

Chasing The Rabbit Group Discussion Guide

Derek has created a group discussion guide to go along with the book. Click here to view the page for the discussion guide.

 

2nd International Conference on Autism 

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Autism is a neurodevelopment disorder. It is a mental condition, persisting from early childhood and continues in adulthood but is muted. Join us to encircle the theme Understanding Autistic Mind and Accelerating the Recovery at the 2nd International Conference on Autism during September 15-16, 2016 at Phoenix, USA. Here’s a jubilant platform to dispense your interest, work to enrich and upgrade with leading-edge research and advancements on Autism. We provide a wide podium to Sinuous with fellow mates and industrial ally. Be a part of the esteemed International Conference!

Clock into :  http://autism.conferenceseries.com/call-for-abstracts.php

 

The Asperger/Autism Network

The Asperger/Autism Network (AANE) works with individuals, families, and professionals to help people with Asperger Syndrome and similar autism spectrum profiles build meaningful, connected lives. We do this by providing information, education, community, support, and advocacy, all in an atmosphere of validation and respect.  Contact them by clicking here – AANE

Maine Business Leadership Network

The Maine Business Leadership Network is focused on assisting businesses in attracting and retaining new employees and customers with disabilities, developing business leaders who value diversity and actively work to promote strong communities that include individuals with disabilities, and increasing opportunities for businesses to expand their diversity recruiting efforts, not as a social model but as a business case to recruit talent and better serve their customers.

 Click here to contact the Maine BLN

Pine Tree Society

Pine Tree Society started as a bold new idea in 1936. That commitment continues every day throughout the state of Maine. Whether it’s a young girl with Cerebral Palsy discovering her first best friend at Pine Tree Camp, an adult finding his voice with customized assistive technology or an adult with a developmental disability participating in new and exciting activities at Community ServicesOur mission is To provide Maine children and adults with disabilities the opportunities and the means to create better lives for themselves and their families.

 Click here to reach the Pine Tree Society

The Autism Society of Maine

The Autism Society of Maine provides education and resources to support the valued lives of individuals on the autism spectrum and their families.  Click here for the Autism Society of Maine’s website

At The CrossroadS

At The Crossroads’ transitional living programs for young adults is designed for troubled young men and women who are struggling to live independently, caught up into substance abuse, emotionally immature, and not ready to make it on their own. We suggest that parents of struggling young adults look to the professionals of At The Crossroads for immediate help.  Please consider contacting one of our qualified family advocates to discuss the enrollment process regarding At The Crossroads (please call 866-439-0354).  Learn more about ATC, Click here

NEW DIRECTIONS for YOUNG ADULTS

New Directions is a state of the art multidisciplinary clinical program for typical young adults and young adults with special needs. Our program integrates expertise in cognitive behavioral therapy, developmental theory, and neuropsychology, into an evidenced-based treatment approach. Our goal is to help all young adults achieve the goal of independent living.  Learn more about New Directions
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PATHWAYS DRIVING REHABILITATION SERVICES
Heather Shields is an Occupational Therapist and a certified driving instructor, and founder of a unique driving school, Pathways Rehabilitation Services, LLC.  She is a Maine native, who ventured out across the country working as an Occupational Therapist and returned home to Maine.  She is now settled in Brunswick and has established a private practice focused on helping Maine seniors and adults stay safe with driving and keeping mobile in their communities.  She also works with people on the autism spectrum.  While working for 15 years as an OT in all different realms of rehab, she saw an unmet need in our communities- driving.  Heather offers a unique and valuable experience for Maine communities.  Driver’s ed is not just for teens.
(207) 530-0307
info@pathwaysrehabservices.com
wwww.pathwaysrehabservices.com
Click to hear an interview with Heather about Pathways
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