Monthly Archives: February 2015

Let’s Talk Autism

ARM’s Debora L. Smith will be a guest on the Let’s Talk Autism w/ Shannon and Nancy online show on on Wednesday, Feb. 11 at 11:15 am PST. Tune in for the online interview.

LetsTalkAutism with Shannon & Nancy-Wednesdays @ 11am(PST) -

A HEART-TO-HEART WITH MOM | A few seats left!

Don’t miss our roundtable discussion on Thursday, Feb. 12.

Click here for details.

Be Mine

Myth: People on the autism spectrum cannot feel or express love or empathy.
Fact: Many — in fact, most — people with autism are quite capable of feeling and expressing love, though sometimes in quirky ways. Further, many people with Autism Spectrum Disorder are far more empathetic than the average person, though they may express their empathy in unusual ways.

Love You, Two!



Free College Prep Workshop for Parents of Teens with Autism

Avoiding the Lows of Higher Education

Preparing your child for a successful college experience. A workshop for parents of young people with high-functioning autism.

Details and ticket information here.

Featured guest:  John Kelly, M.Ed., Academic Coordinator with College Living Experience-Costa Mesa.

See you there!

Social Networking

Be a…


Come to a free Sunday afternoon, filled with music, dancing, games and fun for individuals with autism, ages 16+.

Sunday, Feb. 8, 2015  –  2 pm to 5 pm at the Student Center at UCI.

Click here for more details. RSVP at or call 714-658-8248.

Hosted by UCI’s Anteaters for Autism.

The Next Heart-to-Heart with Mom | Feb. 12


MARK YOUR CALENDAR: Thursday, Feb. 12 is the next Heart-to-Heart with Mom…

Featuring our interactive HEART SEAT! We spend a few minutes doing an actual case study with a willing participant.
Sign up here: