2018 Bridging Communities Conference on Autism
Friday March 23rd, 2018
Adanti Student Center
Southern CT State University
Registration: 8:00 am
Conference: 9:00am-3:30pm

Join Autism Services & Resources CT and Southern CT State University Center of Excellence on Autism Spectrum Disorders for our Annual Bridging Communities Conference on Autism.

The 2018 Bridging Communities Conference on Autism will be held at SCSU once again this year. Co-sponsored by SCSU’s Center of Excellence on Autism and the Autism Spectrum & Resources Connecticut, the conference brings families and professionals working with individuals with autism together to learn and expand their repertoires. This year, the conference features Kelly Mahler, author of Interoception: The Eighth Sense. Her innovative strategies will provide attendees with practical interventions for improving self-regulation, self-awareness and social understanding in those with autism.  Don’t miss it! The conference is upcoming on March 23rd!  A light breakfast and lunch are included with registration.  See below for a link to register now.

Registration Information HERE

INTEROCEPTION: THE 8TH SENSE
AN EXCITING CUTTING EDGE STRATEGY FOR THOSE WITH ASD AND OTHER DISORDERS WITH KELLY MAHLER, MS, OTR/L

What is Interoception?  Take a moment to watch this video.

In keeping with our long tradition of providing Connecticut families and professionals working in the ASD community breakthrough approaches to supports, Ms. Mahler’s Interoception is considered a breakthrough intervention.

SCSU certificates validate your attendance and are eligible for continuing education units in professional disciplines.

For more information contact ASRC at info@ct-asrc.org or call 203-265-7717.