The Bucks County Autism Support Coalition is an all volunteer, community-based group focused on maximizing the personal development of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
This group is comprised of educators from local school districts and intermediate units, mental health professionals, physicians, behavior specialists, and parents of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Date: Saturday October 25, 2014
Where: Applebees, Barn Shopping Plaza, 1745 Easton Road, Doylestown, PA 18901
Cost: $7 per person
Unlimited pancakes, sausage & drinks. There will be a raffle with vairous dontated items from local businesses and Sports teams. The purchase tickets for the event, please click the Grant's Gladiators image. Donat ($7 per person), Indicate Flapjack Fundraiser in the "Leave a Comment" box.
The BCASC is holding their 8th Annual Autism Conference on Saturday March 28th 2015 at Central Bucks WEST High School (375 West Court Street, Doylestown, PA 18901). The BCASC will be soliciting presenters for the conference in the late Fall of 2014. If you are interested in submitting a proposal or know someone who might, click HERE for additional information. Registration will start at the beginning of January.
One in 68 U.S. children has an autism spectrum disorder, a 30% increase from 1 in 88 two years ago, according to a new report from the CDC Thursday.
James Partington Ph.D BCBA
The Importance of Teaching Essential Skills for Independence throughout the Lifespan
Dr. Partington has dedicated his life to helping children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) or other developmental delays. His expertise is in language-based intervention, helping children develop the basic language and learning skills they need for everyday interactions with others. He is the developer of the ABLLS®-R, and the AFLS, pioneering the inclusion of verbal behavior into applied behavioral analysis.
Autism and the Art of Unconditional Love: A Personal Perspective
Lindsey Nebeker is one of our community’s most visible activist, speaking on Autism, managing relationships and dating. Lindsey was diagnosed with autism at the age of two. She grew up in Tokyo, Japan with her younger brother James, who shares the same diagnosis, but faces more challenges.
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