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i've recommended this often before; here's some items from the current newsletter:
supports at Indiana colleges - it names names!
Link to a survey to make your needs known
History of Autism infographic - excellent! The link takes you to a different company, because i couldn't figure out how to extract it from the IN*Source newsletter - part of the infographic tells us that the diagnosis rate has increased 120% between 2002 and 2010, from one in 150 to one in 68. When Max was diagnosed in 1992, we were told the diagnosis rate was between 1 in 800 and 1 in 1,000.
This page tells us about upcoming events. If you're more technologically inclined than i, you'll want to participate in their webinar on April 19. Dr. Cathy Pratt, BCBA-D, Director of the Indiana Resource Center for Autism, discusses how to best assess social skills of an individual and ideas for the development of social skills.
In their enewsletter, i also learned about national park passes, which are available free to disabled citizens meeting certain qualifications. MyGuy & i also aren't far from qualifying for their $10/year senior pass.
There's a walk coming up too that may interest some of you.
Refurbished TechFor some time now i've been needing to find that place where you can donate your used computers so they can be refurbished for disabled people. i think this is the address: http://www.patinsproject.com/services/refurbished-computers
It's a geeky site, with a toolbar on the left which you hover over to show a clickable menu, which may or may not show another menu.