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Additional CAP MR/DD Waiver Slots Released

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Additional CAP MR/DD Waiver Slots Released

Important information¬† for families who are on the Cap MR/DD waiting list. The new Cap MR/DD waiver slots that were funded by the General Assembly are being released ¬†to the LMEs for immediate use. The Division of Mental Health/Developmental Disabilities/ Substance Abuse Services ( Division of MH/DD/SAS) is allocating an additional 950 Supports Waiver slots…

Getting into the Holiday Spirit!

Do you think your child’s teacher, mentor, grandparent, or doctor could benefit from reading more about autism? Not sure which book would suite their needs best? We’ve got the perfect gift, ASNC Bookstore Gift Certificates! Give them a gift certificate this holiday season and let them choose an autism title¬†from our website: www.autismbookstore.com An ASNC¬†Bookstore…


De-stressing tips and taking care of yourself.

Statewide Autism Training for Teachers

Claire Greer, Consultant for Autism, Severe/Profound and Multiple Disabilities for the NC Department of Public Instruction, has developed 5 modules for training autism teams in each LEA (Local Education Agency, or school district).¬† The LEA selects a group of professionals‚ÄĒoften a special education teacher, a speech pathologist, and an occupational therapist‚ÄĒto attend these intensive sessions.¬†…

Quantum Autism

Coverage of the Autism Town Hall Meeting.

Will they, or won’t they? Should they, or shouldn’t they?

Lots of opinions back and forth over the New York Times article on the proposed changes to the DSM-V.¬† Ari Ne‚Äôeman, founder of the Autistic Self-Advocacy Network thinks this could be helpful in terms of getting more services, parents of children with a diagnosis of Asperger Syndrome fear the loss of identity for their children.¬†…

IEP Cheat Sheet, Quick & Dirty*

IEP tips.


Article on multiplex autism in families and how no one is tracking the numbers.


Come listen to local legislators and staff from the NC Budget and Tax Center, NC Justice Center and United Way of NC as they discuss state public policy, implementation of the ARRA funds, and other economic issues.  Here’s the link: http://www.ncjustice.org/?q=node/404 This is event is free (the RSVP information is available at the above link).