REPORTING: RABBIT ZIELKE
The Chattanooga Autism Center is a parent driven organization sharing experience and information with people of all ages living with autism spectrum disorders. The center works with the TEAM Centers to provide opportunities for families to get together, attend seminars, and work to improve services offered in the community for families. The Chattanooga Autism Center hosts monthly seminars on a variety of topics. The goal is to help families over the course of the entire lifespan of those people in our community living with autism spectrum disorder.
Autism: Connecting the Pieces Through the Lifespan is the one day conference hosted by the Chattanooga Autism Center on Friday, February 5th at the Sheraton Read House. In addition to professional speakers and continuing education credit, the conference offers parents a chance to speak up and address specific needs they my find in their own communities.