Life After High School Graduation: Resources to transition to community living or post-secondary education

Within this blog post we’ve included resources for Autistics and disabled students transitioning to their communities and students transitioning to post-secondary education. … More Life After High School Graduation: Resources to transition to community living or post-secondary education

Announcing the speakers for GRASP’s 16th Annual Event

Please join us for an evening in New York City to hear presentations from leading members of the Autism Community. Jesse Saperstein, renowned author and autism advocate, will be speaking about his experiences as the Media and Activities Liaison for the College Experience at the College of St Rose. Brian J Liston, poet, autism advocate, … More Announcing the speakers for GRASP’s 16th Annual Event

Netiquette For Autistic Adults: Tips for Safe and Positive Experiences Online by Yenn Purkis

Many autistic people enjoy the online world and find it a place for socialising and friendship as well as pleasurable activities such as gaming. Typed communication is easier for many of us as there is no need to try and figure out facial expressions or other non-verbal cues. However, life online can result in many difficulties for autistic people – and others. This article focuses on social media. … More Netiquette For Autistic Adults: Tips for Safe and Positive Experiences Online by Yenn Purkis

GRASP’s Annual Fundraiser!

This was their 17th year of providing this opportunity for the Hudson Valley Autism community to come together.  We were honored to participate in the event and host GRASP’s first soccer workshops for autism spectrum youth and adults. This enabled us to share GRASP’s mission and connect Autistics with a very fun and low pressure sport session.  … More GRASP’s Annual Fundraiser!