Monthly Newsletter | June 2022 | Issue VI

ASRC is ready for some

Sun and Fun this Summer!

Thank you so much to everyone who came out for the 2022 Walk For Autism at the North Haven Fairgrounds on May 22nd. It was a day full of sun, fun, music, dancing, great food and friendly faces as we enjoyed an amazing Inclusive Employment & Recreation Showcase and walked together for a great cause. Your generosity, support and participation is deeply appreciated. With your help, we met our goal of raising $150,000 this year. 

ASRC can't wait to bring even more resources and events to the Connecticut Autism community and we are excited for what the next year will bring.

Thank You again, 

The Team @ Autism Services & Resources CT

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APEX Educational Solutions Community Yoga Event...

Join them at their Wallingford Learning Center on Saturday June 25 at 10:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. 

For more information, contact  Jase Doane | 860-574-3138

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Social Skills Groups

Social Skills Groups

with Sara Taussik

are forming now for FALL 2022!

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More Info>>>

Peer Mentoring

ASRC, in collaboration with Dr. James Loomis and the support of a state funded grant, have established a comprehensive curriculum to develop and implement Peer Mentoring within the school system.

If you would like to learn more about how Peer Mentoring can improve the quality of socialization for students in your school, please email us today.

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LifeNet is a private pay, independent living support program for adults with Asperger's or similar autism spectrum profiles.

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Professional Resource Guide

Looking for expert advise & resources? ASRC has Connecticut's largest, most comprehensive list around.

Access our Professional Resource Guide Here>>

ASRC Calendar of Events

EVENTS on Website
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Information for Drivers with ASD & their Families

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ASRC sometimes gets questions about the "Blue Envelope" program in the state of Connecticut. This is a statewide program that local police departments should be aware of, but in some cases may not be.

Please note the location of the information on the State of Connecticut DMV website (link is found below). ASRC is happy to answer questions of local PD's should they arise. Blue envelopes are available from the State DMV offices. If you have difficulty please contact the ASRC office today.

Click Here to Access the DMV Website >>>

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College Autism Spectrum

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ASRC is thrilled to partner with Dr. Jane  Thierfeild Brown to offer college consultations for your teen and family.

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Looking for Employment for you or someone you know with ASD?

Click Here to Complete ASRC's Employment Questionnaire>>>

While Autism Services & Resources CT cannot guarantee job placement or an employment contract, this information can help ASRC guide individuals on their path to finding gainful employment and develop additional resources for you in Connecticut.

FREE Webinars for autistic/neurodivergent job seekers (and future job seekers):

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These are live webinars available through a grant. The information will not be available later. 

First Responder Training

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