The Autism Blog

Autism and Voting in 2020

This fall brings a big election season to the US, and with it come questions about how to best support the voting process among family members with ASD. Here, we’ll share some thoughts from previous posts on this topic https://theautismblog.seattlechildrens.org/ask-dr-emily-autism-and-voting/ , as well as updated resources and Read full post »

Autism 209 – Crisis Supports & Autistic Individuals Without Intellectual Impairment

Please join us for Autism 209: Crisis Supports and Autistic Individuals Without Intellectual Impairment, on October 15, 2020

Facilitator: Gary Stobbe, MD, Seattle Children’s Autism Center

When faced with a crisis, where do autistic individuals turn for support, treatment, services and stabilization? Many autistics Read full post »

Autism 208 – How to Access and Implement ABA Services in Schools

Join us for “Autism 208: How to Access and Implement ABA Services in Schools,” a virtual event providing background information about the current state of applied behavior analysis (ABA) practices in our school systems as well as an overview of what these services may look like. Read full post »

Free Webinar – Educational Advocacy During COVID-19

COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on school programming and academic planning this year. We have heard from many families that school is their #1 stressor right now, during what is an already overwhelming time for society. Read full post »

Autism 207 – Mental Health and Autistic Adults Without Intellectual Impairment

This month’s Autism 200 series class is Autism 207: Mental Health and Autistic Adults Without Intellectual Impairment Read full post »