The 2014 Family Network On Disabilities Conference, titled Stand-up to Bullying, will tackle this important issue while providing strategies designed to stop bullying in its tracks!
It may be challenging for individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities to recognize non-verbal cues; therefore, giving consent and understanding personal boundaries in romantic relationships may be difficult.
Register for this webinar and find out more about what The Autism Society of America is doing to promote the safety and well-being of individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities!
In this webinar, Emily Iland, the Vice President of the Autism Society of Los Angeles, presented information and tools to raise awareness about safety and to help people with autism or other developmental disabilities feel safer in the community.
Listen in as our Co-Director Amy Goodman discusses the different forms of bullying, laws designed to protect individuals from being victims of bullies, and strategies that may help prevent bullying or stop it once it occurs!
This webinar will bring together experts from organizations that focus on emergency preparedness and safety planning for individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities.
This presentation will focus on a topic that is often left out of the mainstream dialogue on autism and disability rights.
When a person is in a sexual relationship, there are many questions that people may have and need to think about.
Online dating is a topic that often generates a lot of questions from participants who attend our dating and relationships webinars.