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Children's Hospital of San Antonio Autism Clinic
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Down Syndrome Association of South Texas
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Autism Lifeline Links is focused on helping individuals, families and professionals within the autism community in Bexar County and surrounding areas, connect with one another to share information, provide assistance and get needed support.

A single point of entry into a system of services and care.

Start receiving help today with people and resources who can help you find solutions and provide assistance and needed support in Bexar County and surrounding areas. We invite you to be part of Autism Lifeline Links as we work to create efficiencies and streamline the process for individuals and families to access services through a continuum of care.

1. Register

Register

Start by registering on the ALL website. The information you provide is confidential and only be used to help those with autism.

2. Confirmation

Confirmation

Once your information is complete, you will receive an email confirmation.

3. Contact

Contact

An ALL Care Coordinator will contact you within 24 business hours of registration.

4. Connect

Connect

The ALL Care Coordinator will connect with you and address your needs.

5. Support

Support

From that point forward, you will receive support, updates and resources.


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Local Adult Assessment

The Kronkosky Charitable Foundation has made a significant investment in addressing autism spectrum disorders (ASD) among area youth, and adults establishing Autism Lifeline Links, a collective impact initiative and contracting for quantitative assessments.

Events

FREE Webinar on Transportation

Start Date/Time: Tuesday, February 11, 2020 2:00 PM

End Date/Time: Tuesday, February 11, 2020 3:00 PM

Description:

On February 11 the National Center for Mobility Management and the Federal Transit Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation will host a free webinar on transportation and mobility options for youth with autism transitioning out of high school. The webinar is sponsored by the National Autism Coordinator and the Office of Autism Research Coordination, National Institute of Mental Health.

People with autism often face a lack of supports and services when they transition into adulthood. Leaving high school to go to college or work and live independently in the community can cause additional challenges for youth with autism if they don’t have access to a car. This webinar is intended to help youth with autism, their caregivers, and human service providers learn strategies to leverage mobility resources and develop connections with transportation providers and services.

Presenters: Danielle Nelson, MPH    Senior Program Analyst     U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Transit Administration

  • Judy L. Shanley, Ph.D.    Assistant Vice President, Education & Youth Transition
    Easterseals Director, National Center for Mobility Management
  • Genelle C. Thomas, M.A.   Director of National Initiatives   Partners for Youth with Disabilities
  • Austin Carr    Self-advocate, Boston, MA

Webinar details  Registration is not necessary. 

 Join Webex meeting  Meeting number (access code): 627 670 838    Meeting password: SupportASD

Join from a video system or application  Dial: 627670838@nih.webex.com
You can also dial 173.243.2.68 and enter the meeting number. 

Join by phone  Call-in toll number (US and Canada): 1-650-479-3208


 

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