Dine Out for Autism


Looking for a delicious way to support a great cause? Join us on Tuesday, April 25, for the 15th annual Autism Aware Fare in Mecklenburg County at participating restaurants. The annual dine-out event builds autism awareness while raising money to improve the lives of children and adults with autism and […]

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Self-Advocate Event


Individuals on the autism spectrum are invited to attend a free event on Friday evening, March 24, from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. The event includes snacks and beverages, the opportunity to meet other self-advocates, and athe opportunity to discuss how the Autism Society of North Carolina can increase options and […]

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ASNC Annual Conference 2017


The Autism Society of North Carolina’s annual conference is a two-day event featuring nationally and internationally recognized speakers and topics of interest to all members of the autism community. We are excited to bring together self-advocates, families, and professionals at the Hilton University Place hotel in Charlotte on March 24-25, […]

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Schedule Changes March 1st!


We will begin offering new groups as of March 1st with new members! New calendars were emailed out, and we are working on a way to get them back online! The schedule will remain the same each week Eric will send out information about weekend activities in separate emails, or […]

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October 2016 Monthly Update


  Social Skills- Goals- Vision Dream Board- Your son or daughter created their own vision board to help them visualize their goals. This powerful tool serves as an image of the future – a tangible representation of where one is going. It represents dreams, goals, and ones’ ideal life. Because […]

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September 2016 Monthly Update


  Social Skills Social skills review- What are social skills? One member said, “it is a guide to life, a tool to allow you to fit into society”. Social skills are the skills we use to communicate and interact with each other, both verbally and non-verbally, through gestures, body language and our personal […]

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August 2016 Monthly Update


Thinking Like an Adult Class- Environmental Demands- we learned that each job contains a variety of environmental demands such as lighting level, location, noise level, etc.  Most people do not have full control over their work environment – and no work environment is 100% perfect ( and that’s OK!!). How you […]

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