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SYMPOSIUM - 8:30 to 9:30 AM Sessions

The 2nd Annual Southeast Adult Autism Symposium is thankful and grateful for the many speakers who are giving of their time to spend with us in sharing great information at this event.

AMPHITHEATRE ROOM

"Employment Anxiety" - Kimberly Brunner, BASS, DMin

 

Summary of Presentation

This presentation is to help present and provide support for those with Asperger's to understand the effects of anxiety during the employment process.This presentation is for advocates, people with Asperger's and employers.

ROSE ROOM

"You Are CapABLE of Amazing Things"

Rebecca Miller, J.D. / Peter Harrison, LL.M.

 

Summary of Presentation

An ASD explanation of ABLE accounts: Who can use them, how to use them, and the 2018 changes made.

WALKER ROOM

"Discovering the Collective Rhythm: Neural and Societal Connections Through Music"

Martha Summa-Chadwick, DMA

 

Summary of Presentation

Music provides wonderful imagination for social activities and community interaction, and it is a direct conduit to the human brain. Persons with ASD will learn theoretical concepts and be provided hands-on opportunities to experience music.

ROBERTS ROOM

"The Importance of Health Screenings"

Scott Kramer, MSEd

 

Summary of Presentation

The presentation will provide evidence and support to autistic adults and others of the importance of taking care of our health in the adult years.

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