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On Wed June 4th my crew hosted a panel at the Colorado Department of Education’s Autism Conference.  A huge thank you to Clara, John, Kyle, and Cassidy!  These panel members shared their experiences, suggested ways to improve education for students with Autism, and responded to questions from the audience. They were graceful under pressure, poised, […]

The big Colorado Department of Education conference is NEXT WEEK!  If you haven’t already registered, you can do so the day of the event. Registration includes 2 meals, so for my food motivated folks… For more information about the conference, visit  https://www.cde.state.co.us/cdesped/sd-autism-asdconference A snapshot: The conference is June 4-6, 2019 at the Lory Student Center […]

As we wrap up the academic year and head into summer, let’s take a moment for gratitude.  If your schedule is run by the academic calendar, breathe: things are about to change. We can write summer goals! We can savor your success. Maybe gratitude and success first!  Summer goals next post… You made it through […]

April is Autism (awareness/acceptance/uh?) month!  Fort Collins has a bunch of fun events going on.  Here is a quick blog post to keep you in the loop about Autism Awareness events in Fort Collins! Wednesday April 3 – Game Night Old Town Library, 5:30 pm FREE Play games with other young adults, make friends! Game […]

Our view of appropriate treatment interventions and treatment goals for individuals with ASD has really shifted in the last 20 years.  My clients have heard me wax poetic about my grad school days, when dinosaurs roamed the earth, but honestly, grad school wasn’t that long ago and the changes in our outlook regarding Autism have […]

Being a therapist for folks with Autism is likely the best job ever.  In the last few years, resources available to therapists and families have exploded where Autism is concerned (yay!).  That said, we often find that we have a more resources for some parts of that population (pronounced: children) than other parts of that […]

My clients are born researchers, including researching about dating and love.  Here are some additional resources that may reassure, inspire, or educate you: Resources from Anita Lesko, a woman who found love in her 50s https://themighty.com/2016/10/autism-and-marriage-what-our-lives-are-like-as-newlyweds/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=USH3WLFAeuY&feature=em-share_video_user Resources from Organization for Autism Research The importance of teaching dating skill Talking about healthy relationships Safe dating […]

The Social Learning Project presents: Dating on the Spectrum Join us for a 4-part series on Dating. We will be addressing social topics related to meeting people and dating. This course is intended for ADULTS.  Space is limited. Thursdays from 5:30-6:30 in April April 4: Flirting or Just Friends: Reading Body Language with Mallory Griffith, […]

Here are some upcoming events that you will want to attend:   7th Annual Film Festival Short films that reframe the notion of disability. Expect to laugh, cry, and have your eyes opened! Hosted by The ARC of Larimer County Fri March 8th, CSU Lory Student Center, 6pm https://thearcoflarimercounty.org/what-we-do/film-festival/ Autism Resource Fair Learn about resources […]

Exciting news: Dr. Sara Colorosa, our new colleague, is ready to roll out Job Prep and Readiness workshops in March.  Here are some additional details: Resume prep – how to get that interview Resume writing for High School Students – March 2 and April 6, limited to 6 participants Resume writing for College Students – […]