Tag Archives: CA

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!

My Experience Raising A Child On the Spectrum. I’ll Tell You All About It.

Debora Smith, the Autism Resource Mom, will come and speak to your group or organization. Just give us a call. We still have some openings. Act now!


New College-age Social Skills Program in Orange County, CA

Great news! Intake sessions are underway for a new College-Age Social Skills Program in Orange County, California.

Spaces are still available for this program for individuals aged 18 to 24.

It will take place in Irvine on Tuesdays at 6:30 pm – once a week for 16 weeks.

For more information or to sign up, contact: Dr. Alexander Gantman, agantman@gmail.com, 310-361-0771.