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April is Autism Awareness Month

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April is Autism Awareness Month

April is Autism Awareness Month During the month of April, the Autism Society of North Carolina encourages the public to learn more about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and the resources available to individuals on the autism spectrum and their families. Autism affects 1 out of every 110 children born today, making it the second most…

Awareness Day at the General Assembly Changed to May 3

Save the Date for Autism Awareness Day! Mark your calendars now and join The Autism Society of North Carolina (ASNC) at the for the 2011 Autism Awareness Day at the NC General Assembly on May 3rd from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm.  We will have educational programs in the morning on legislative issues and ASNC staff and volunteers available…

Books on autism make great Holiday Gifts!

There are 1000’s of books out there today about autism, from children’s stories, to novels, to informational materials on how to teach your child with autism, to personal accounts written by adults on the autism spectrum. The variety is endless! There are so many books to choose from that the Autism Society of NC Bookstore…

ASNC Bookstore June Top Ten Best Sellers

Please visit our website to read detailed descriptions of these and other popular titles.

My Lunch with Temple

Having lunch with Temple Grandin…and a few others, too.

What a great conference…

If you missed ASNC’s 40th Anniversary Annual Conference, then we missed you; if you were there, then you’ll know what I mean.  The two keynote speakers whom I heard, Scott Bellini and Chantal Sicile-Kira, were outstanding, entertaining, and informative.  Two of the founding members of the Autism Society of NC, Bobo Warren and Betty Camp,…

Local author has penned an amazing new memoir about her life with her son Chase

Local author has penned an amazing new memoir about her life and her son Chase, who is The Boy Who Loved Tornadoes.

Birds, Bees, ASDs

Teaching my children about sexuality, struggling with Inclusion. List of resources and strategies.

ASNC Bookstore’s February Top 10 Bestsellers

Please visit our website to read detailed descriptions of these and other popular titles. We are also adding new books monthly, so check out our New Titles Category to see our latest offerings.