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Fall Conference: Autism and the Hidden Curriculum (Durham)

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Taming the stress of school transitions

This is the time of year that our Autism Resource Specialists start getting familiar phone calls. “My son is in fifth grade and he will be going to middle school next year…” “My daughter is in eighth grade and she will be transitioning to high school next year…”  The list of concerns ahead of these…

Public Policy: Advocacy in 2019 and Beyond

One of the most difficult aspects of advocacy is looking at all of the barriers that one might face and believing, despite all of it, that change is possible. The Autism Society of North Carolina has from the start been dedicated to using advocacy to improve the lives of individuals on the autism spectrum and…

2019 Conference: Strategies for a Lifetime

  • March 22, 2019 - March 23, 2019
    9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Gain insights on important topics such as anxiety, sleep, gut issues, relationships, play and social engagement and more. CEUs are available. Early bird prices in effect through February 28. Learn more. (more…)

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Preparing Your Loved One for Adult Success

I have been employed by the Autism Society of NC for more than 20 years, and I can honestly say that we have definitely hit a surge in calls regarding adults looking for meaningful employment as well as parents looking to get their adult children out in the community. Parents of adults typically call for…

Strategies to Support Students with Autism

New lunchboxes, clean tennis shoes, and crayons that are still pointy – these are the things that so many families are thinking about as they head back to school. However, for a parent of a student with autism, the experience may be vastly different. Instead of being consumed with thoughts of back-to-school shopping and preparing…

Campers Treated to Day at Lenovo with Carolina Hurricanes

As the campers gathered in the lobby at the Lenovo Research Triangle Park campus, they excitedly talked with each other about their favorite Pokémon character, their plans after high school, and their love of technology. Lenovo and Carolina Hurricanes Kids ‘N Community Foundation employees greeted the 14 teenage campers from the Autism Society of North…

What Could Supreme Court Decision Mean for Your Child?

The beginning of the new school year is a good time to consider how you can make sure your child receives a quality education designed to help them meet challenging goals. Disability advocates across the nation are hopeful that the Supreme Court’s decision in Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District will bring changes that…