Approach to Local ASD Change Includes Active LCCs As of the end of July, six (6) of the seven (7) Local Community Cadre (LCC) regions have engaged in an LCC Summit to evaluate their current status (strengths, challenges, resources and gaps in services and supports for autism spectrum disorder (ASD)) and to reach consensus regarding
HANDS in Autism® is conducting an Assessment of Needs in ASD Resources and Services in the State of Indiana. The data is anonymously collected and serves to inform the State and best guide recommendations for changes in policies, processes, services, and programming pertaining to autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in Indiana. To help increase the number of responses, from now until October 31, HANDS in Autism® is offering an incentive to individuals and groups who complete the needs assessment survey.
“Minds are like parachutes, they only function when they are open.” James Dewar Open minds are fostered when we incorporate areas of interests and make learning, working and engaging motivating! As expressed by a recent Summer Training participant, “I take an interest in my student’s interest. I go out of my way to make sure
April is World Autism Awareness Month! While HANDS in Autism spreads awareness every month, World Autism Awareness Month is an opportunity for folks within the ASD community to celebrate their uniqueness and for the rest of the world to learn more about their peers. Check out the following resources and activities to learn, share, and