Autism-Friendly Events Around Richmond, VA For Winter 2018

SDCAadmin, posted on January 2, 2018

Inclusive LEGO® & Game Club – Chester When: Sat, January 6, 2018, 10:00am – 12:00pm This event is for children of all abilities in grades K-8. Read more details & RSVP here. Richmond Area Asperger’s Support Group-Northside When: Thu, January 11, 2018, 7pm – 9pm This Meetup repeats on the 2nd Thursday of every month. […]

How Sarah Dooley Teachers Are Specially Trained For Autism

SDCAadmin, posted on November 29, 2017

Teachers and school administrators are often on the front lines when it comes to helping those with autism. As such, their training is a critical part of their overall approach to teaching children and young adults with autism. These teachers must have the ability to handle a diverse array of situations and behaviors with effective […]

How Two Families Support Their Children With Autism

SDCAadmin, posted on October 30, 2017

Autism affects everyone differently. But always remember that you’re not alone. Even though autism can manifest with a variety of symptoms, some of the emotional and practical responses remain very consistent from one situation to the next. Here’s a brief glimpse inside the lives of two parents of children with autism. Janelle’s Story Born just […]

Who Does Autism Affect The Most?

SDCAadmin, posted on September 29, 2017

The complexity of autism disorders means that it can be difficult to pinpoint causes, making it difficult to assess properly, or to even understand the problem on more than a basic level. Fortunately, researchers are unraveling links and finding new information about ASD on a regular basis. The ever-expanding body of research can make it […]

Which Autism Interventions Work Best?

SDCAadmin, posted on September 13, 2017

As a parent, caretaker, or family member of someone who falls on the autism spectrum, you may often question whether you’re doing enough to help them. You may wonder if there are interventions and treatments that work more effectively than others, if you’re providing the best and most meaningful care, and whether everything you’re trying […]

Resource Guide For Autism Information And Education

SDCAadmin, posted on August 30, 2017

Resource Menu: Resources for General Autism Information Education & Learning Resources for Those with Autism Career & Employment Resources for Those with Autism Relationship Management for Those with Autism Parenting, teaching, or even just getting to know someone with autism can be a challenge. Locating reliable and actionable information about autism on the internet can […]

2017 Fall Events That Are Autism-Friendly

SDCAadmin, posted on August 15, 2017

Community integration experiences are vital for the growth and development of children and youth with autism. Experiences shared with family members and care givers build bonds, trust, mutual interests, and are fun. Sarah Dooley Center for Autism highlights these upcoming community integration opportunities: Sensory-Friendly Movie Matinee On August 19th, join friends and family for an […]

Education Grants For People With Autism

SDCAadmin, posted on June 16, 2017

Autism can be both a very difficult and very expensive condition with which to live. Fortunately, there are many organizations that understand the financial hurdles involved in getting the most out of life when living with autism spectrum disorders. While the following listings are neither endorsed nor validated by the Sarah Dooley Center, they are […]

2017 Summer Activity Guide For Children With Autism

SDCAadmin, posted on May 24, 2017

Children with autism often have special requirements when it comes to summer activities and programs. There are some excellent options available in the Richmond area, including those that focus on music, art, outdoor activities, sports, and more. Keep in mind that these programs may not necessarily fit your needs, so make sure to check out […]

How CATS Provides A Smooth Transition From School To Career

SDCAadmin, posted on May 18, 2017

Every student deserves a full and functioning education that makes use of their best abilities and emphasizes life skills, whether it’s during the elementary, middle school, secondary, or post-secondary years. During the latter years, it’s important to help students learn about the options that are available to them once they get old enough to join […]

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