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The Autism Initiative @ Sinergia presents: Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder Series

Date & Time: 
Friday, February 15, 2019 10:00am to 11:30am

We invite you to participate in this three part series where you will learn about specific characteristics of ASD. This series is made in collaboration with the Child Study Center, New York City Regional Center for ASD (RCASD).

A Closer Look at Autism and Anxiety

Session 3:
Presenter: Dr. Alanna Gold, PhD
Even though mental illness can be more common for people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) than in the general population, the mental health of individuals with ASD is often overlooked. In this workshop, we discuss the importance of understanding the nature of mood and anxiety challenges in children, teens, and young adults with ASD and how to adapt evidence based treatment.

RSVP:
https://nysrcasd.albany.edu/events/183/registrations/new or Tel# (212) 643-2840 Ext #305 or autisminitiative@sinergiany.org
***Simultaneous English/Spanish translation available - Light refreshments will be served***
*** The events are only for adults, we do not offer childcare service ***

Autism Initiative @ Sinergia, Inc.
2082 Lexington Ave. 4th Fl.
New York, NY 10035
www.sinergiany.org

Events are open to self-advocates, families, caregivers and professionals.
Workshops, Series and Support Group for Spanish speaking parents, are generously funded by, City Council Autism Initiative and Hon. Councilwoman Diana Ayala, D8 Manhattan