Coffee & Friends
Provides support and networking opportunities for parents and caregivers of those with ASD and other disabilities. Join us for coffee and yummy pastries from our friends at Freeman’s Bakery on the third Friday of each month, from 8 am – 9 am. Location and details can be found on our events calendar and Facebook page. (We host this event January – May and September – November.)
Dinner & Friends
Provides support and networking opportunities for parents and caregivers of those with ASD and other disabilities. We meet the third Tuesday of the month at 6:30 pm. Be sure to visit our events calendar and Facebook page for details and location. (Events occur January – May and September – November.)
This program provides respite for parents and caregivers while providing recreation, and social activities for individuals with autism. Check our website and Facebook page for details and dates.
This program is designed specifically for the siblings of those with ASD or other disabilities, and provides monthly activities and support, as well as an outlet for sharing experiences and challenges with other peers that understand their journey. Although this is a therapeutic program, participants will enjoy fun and entertaining activities at various locations. Dates and details can be found on our events calendar and Facebook page. (Ages 9-18)
Camp Saint John*
This summer camp offers fun and fellowship for children and teens age 4-18. Campers enjoy various activities, crafts and life lessons that build self-esteem and friendships. This inclusion-based program is designed for kids with autism and their typically developing peers. Camp Saint John is named after John the Apostle, Patron Saint of Friendship, with the main purpose of providing an environment that promotes friendship, inclusion and acceptance. (Summer 2023)
We have partnered with local churches, schools and youth programs to promote inclusion of ALL abilities. Inclusion trainings/workshops engage people of all ages and abilities in academics, athletics, employment, and social events that encourage respect and appreciation for each other’s uniqueness. Visit our events calendar or Facebook for upcoming dates and details. If you are interested in a training for your organization, please contact us at 843-472-5215 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to our support and advocacy services, we provide various trainings and workshops that are free to the public. Dates and information can be found on our website calendar and Facebook page.