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Transition and Autism Spectrum Disorders: What You Need to Know

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Community
Thursday, June 14, 2018

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Children's National Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders
15245 Shady Grove Rd | North Building | Suite 350 Conference Room
Rockville, Maryland, 20850
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At this workshop, you'll learn about the transition process for youth and young adults with autism spectrum disorders.

CASD Community Workshop SeriesTransition and Autism Spectrum Disorders: What You Need to Know This workshop seeks to increase understanding of the transition process for youth and young adults with autism spectrum disorders. An overview of the four pillars of transition–education, medical, employment and independent living–will be provided.Presenters:CASD’s Social Worker, Allysa Ware, MSW, LSGW and Community Outreach Coordinator, Yetta Myrick, both mothers of autistic teenagers, connect families with resources and services. They work together to provide the best possible care for autistic youth, and facilitate research participation among interested families.This workshop is free and open to parents, family members and professionals. Registration is required: Please contact Yetta Myrick via email or 301-765-5488. Children's National Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders false DD/MM/YYYY

CASD Community Workshop Series
Transition and Autism Spectrum Disorders: What You Need to Know 

This workshop seeks to increase understanding of the transition process for youth and young adults with autism spectrum disorders. An overview of the four pillars of transition–education, medical, employment and independent living–will be provided.

Presenters:
CASD’s Social Worker, Allysa Ware, MSW, LSGW and Community Outreach Coordinator, Yetta Myrick, both mothers of autistic teenagers, connect families with resources and services. They work together to provide the best possible care for autistic youth, and facilitate research participation among interested families.

This workshop is free and open to parents, family members and professionals. Registration is required: Please contact Yetta Myrick via email or 301-765-5488.