Socials for Adults with Autism & Their Caregivers
A basic understanding of disability etiquette can help make employees feel more comfortable when interacting with coworkers and supervisors with disabilities and can help prevent awkward situations. Good disability etiquette can also expand business opportunities and help organizations serve customers more effectively.
Disability etiquette refers to respectful communication and interaction with people who have disabilities. The principles of disability etiquette are fairly simple. First and foremost, rely on common sense to guide your interactions with people with disabilities and behave in the same courteous and respectful way with individuals with disabilities that you would with anyone.
Overview of Autism Spectrum Disorders Grad Certificate
ASU’s Graduate Certificate in autism spectrum disorders is ideal for educators, interventionists, psychologists, pathologists, behavior analysts, or family members who want to enhance their preparation for working with children and adults affected with autism spectrum disorders.
Autism Glass Project
The Autism Glass Project seeks to provide a more immediate supplement to therapy by providing a mobile at-home therapeutic learning system, codesigned by children and families with autism, that can integrate seamlessly into their daily lives outside of the clinical setting.
Interested in participating?
We’re looking to recruit children who: ü are between the ages of 6-12 years old, ü have a clinical diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder, ü and receive ABA therapy at least twice per week. Sounds like your child? Here are the next steps…
1. Let your agency know that you are interested in participating.
2. Visit autismglass.stanford.edu to sign up.
3. Complete the Autism Glass screening and eligibility questionnaire at autismglassrecruitment.stanford.edu.
4. Have questions? Email the Autism Glass team at autismglass.stanford.edu or call them at 650-497-9214!
CRESCENT HEALTH CLINIC, FREE PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
Crescent Clinic Nonprofit offers FREE healthcare
WED & THURS – EVENING
FRI & SAT – DAYTIME Appointments ONLY.
Disability related counseling available Thursday evenings and Friday.
Parent group therapy will start on Thursday evenings in January. Appt or more info at 714-399-4572 or SharonMFTintern@gmail.com
SESSIONS ARE PROVIDED BY MFT INTERNS.
The UC Irvine Family Lab Research Study
The UC Irvine Family Lab is conducting a research study examining participation in adaptive sports teams (designed for children with special needs) and child well-being outcomes in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Families are eligible to participate in this study if:
Your child has been clinically diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Your child is between the ages of 8 and 11 years old
Your child is currently enrolled in an organized sports team (i.e., soccer, softball, basketball, football, hockey, etc.) that is adaptive (specially designed for children with special needs)
The child must NOT be currently enrolled in any martial arts classes
Participation in the study involves:
1) Parent completion of an online questionnaire (~1 hour)
2) Two visits to UC Irvine for diagnostic and social & cognitive assessments of child (~1.5 hours each, separated by ~13 weeks)
3) Continued participation in organized sports team between the two UCI visits
Families will be compensated up to $50 for their participation in the questionnaires and visits to the university
To receive more information, please submit your contact information to our secure online interest form (scan QR code or visit link) and a member of our research team will call you with more information:
Phone: (949) 824-7441
For questions, please contact the Lead Researcher:
Janice Phung, M.A. (email@example.com); Faculty Sponsor:
Wendy Goldberg, Ph.D.
UCI IRB Approved: 11-24-2015 | APP # 9023 | HS# 2015-2312 1 of 1