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The GCA Centre for Adult Autism support group meets on Zoom weekly on Tuesdays and in person once a month. The GCA monthly in person meetings are on the fourth Tuesday at 6pm. The GCA Metro Atlanta meetings are on the third Tuesday at the Alpharetta Branch Library at 6pm.

 

The next GCA Social Support Group meeting is on June 25th on Zoom for those unable to attend the in-person meeting.

 Please email Jamie Mackintosh at jamie@chattanoogaautismcenter.org if you have questions about or would like the link to the June 25th meeting.

The 8th Annual Southeast Adult Autism Symposium will be held on Saturday, July 27th at Chattanooga State Community College in the Health Science Center.    This is one of the only Symposiums that have all presentations focused primarily on adults on the autism spectrum.

CLICK HERE to see more details about the conference and for registration information. 

CLICK HERE for speaker and topic information.

CLICK HERE for Symposium agenda.

 

CLICK HERE to download the Symposium flyer.

Contact Jamie Mackintosh if you have any questions.

GCA WHO WE ARE:
support groups, social events and a yearly symposium for autistic adults/adults on the autism spectrum.

GCA MISSION STATEMENT

Empowering autistic adults and young adults and their parents/caregivers by serving as a resource center to provide mutual support, information & activities.

For a more expanded version of the mission statement, please click here.

Scott Kramer, Founder of GCA Centre for Adult Autism

Scott Kramer, the founder and program director for the GCA Centre for Adult Autism in Chattanooga, the Annual Southeast Adult Autism Symposium and a longtime advocate for autistic individuals, passed away on September 6th, 2019. He had been battling Stage 4 colon cancer.
 

Before he lost his cancer battle, he created the GCA Centre for Adult Autism—a program under the Chattanooga Autism Center. The program offers support groups and social events for autistic adults/adults on the autism spectrum.
 

Scott Kramer was a devoted advocate for autistic individuals and also a huge fan of Chattanooga Football Club.

The Club paid tribute to him at the last home match in this video. His team surrounded his family and fellow fans had a moment of silence followed by a minute of applause. (more)

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