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.
When: Saturday November 8, 2014
Where: Tyler State Park Earth Center for the Arts, Newtown PA
The Race For Resources sponsored by Bucks County Autism Support Coalition is a fun-filled, family friendly event and is our most powerful force to fund our over 150 free events that take place through each year. Which each dollar that we raise we take another step closer to our goal of Autism Center of Excellence and Life Enrichment Facility. Experience the power of thousands brought together by a single cause by joining The Race For Resources. - See more at: http://www.raceforresources.org/faf/home/default.asp?ievent=1098280#sthash.CItr0M7v.dpuf
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.
When: Saturday March 28th 2015
Where: Central Bucks WEST High School (375 West Court Street, Doylestown, PA 18901).
The BCASC in collaboration with Autism Cares Foundation is proud to host our 8th annual conference. Our distinct keynote speakers, Eustacia Cutler, Temple Grandin's mother, Jill Kuzma, Speech-Language Pathologist and Andy Bondy, Ph.D, BCBA will each focus on different aspects of Autism Spectrum Disorders.
We currently have an open CALL FOR PAPERS for conference presentations. If you wish to submit a proposal to present at our 2015 conference, please note the following important information:
· Presentations should be targeted to parents and/or professionals for 2 hour break-out sessions.
· We are particularly interested in interactive presentations that will provide practical tools to participants.
· Those interested in submitting a presentation proposal for the conference can download the proposal form at the link below
· Submissions are due by Wednesday December 10, 2014.
· Conference and vendor registration will not occur until the 2nd week in January.
Earn Act 48, BCBA and ASHA CEUs
Grant provide by Pfizer
Eustacia Cutler, Temple Grandin's mother, earned a B.A. from Harvard, was a band singer at the Pierre Hotel, New York City, performed and composed for NYC cabaret, and wrote school lessons for major TV networks. Her research on autism and intellectual disabilities created the script for two WGBH television documentaries: The Disquieted and The Innocents, a prize-winning first. Her 2006 book, A Thorn in My Pocket, describes raising Temple in the conservative world of the '50s when autistic children were routinely diagnosed as infant schizophrenics and banished to institutions.
Today Cutler lectures nationally and internationally on autism and its relation to the rapidly emerging bio-neurological study of brain plasticity. She discusses what causes rigid behavior in autism, the toll it takes on the family, and how current research into the neural nature of consciousness is pointing toward insightful possibilities of change.
For more information on this Speaker, please visit www.apbspeakers.com
Jill is a Speech-Language Pathologist who works full-time with elementary-age students on the autism spectrum with attention deficit challenges, receptive/expressive language needs, and executive function challenges. Jill presently explores specific strategies and resources to share with audiences that can accomplish two critical instructional goals. Firstly, provide engaging, relevant direct instruction supporting social/emotional skills that target literacy learning standards in reading, written language and speaking listening domains. Secondly, develop strategies for early childhood/primary learners to weave social emotional instruction into pre-literacy activities.
Andy Bondy is president and co-founder of Pyramid Educational Consultants. Dr. Bondy is an innovative leader in the field of autism and applied behavior analysis. He directed a statewide public school system for students with autism for fourteen years. He is co-author of the PECS Training Manual. He also wrote the Pyramid Approach to Education, a training manual that offers an integrated orientation to developing effective educational environments blending applied behavior analysis with functional activities and create communication strategies.
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.
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