Toddlers To Grandparents, LLC envisions a world where the very young and the very old with special needs and their families are empowered with courage, hope, skills and tools for a lifelong journey of realizing potentials and developing strengths.
Sometimes it can feel like you are all alone on this autism journey, and there is no substitute for face-to-face connection when you need a friend.
Join us at one of our ASCV support groups for a time to share triumphs, frustrations and to be around others who get the highs and lows of raising a child/supporting an adult on the autism spectrum.
Autastic Avenues mission is to meet the social/emotional, educational and community needs of children and their families through effective education,training, and treatment programs.
What Will You Receive From Our Social Learning Programs?
Our sessions provide opportunities for our clients to explore concepts and develop tools to address:
You are invited to join us to celebrate the launch of The Renewal Center at VPFW! We’re adding some exciting new aesthetic procedures and products to our growing menu of services, and we would love for you to join us as we give you the scoop on all of the details.
Blog: Game Truck Richmond
Want to create better team building within your group or workplace? Incorporating gaming as a team bonding activity will help your team develop better communication skills, boost team morale, and assist team members with problem-solving and becoming more creative. How do you ask? Here are three ways gaming could help create efficient team building.
Many parents send their kids off to camp over school breaks. That’s what kids do, after all. But how many parents know the benefits of giving their children the summer camp experience?
7 Qualities Marky Has That I Wish I Did
So much of our time as parents to kids with special needs is spent helping and defending our children, that as April Awareness is here, I thought it would be a great thing to share qualities my son has, that I WISH I did. Qualities that would help so many of achieve our goals and grow in so many ways!
In celebration of Autism Awareness month this April, the Autism Society Central Virginia is excited to present a special workshop on Teaching Social Competencies with Social Thinking. Join us on Thursday, April 26th at 7pm to hear Michelle Garcia Winner, a Congressional-award-winning speech-language pathologist who specializes in treating students who are experiencing social and communication challenges, as she presents on Social Thinking.
Calling all volunteer families!
Greater Richmond ARC will conduct a Family Work Day out at Camp Baker on Saturday April 21, 2018 from 9:00 – 12:30. Kids as young as twelve accompanied by parents or adult guardians are invited to come out for a morning of service to beautify Camp Baker in advance of the 2018 summer camp season. Tasks will include landscaping, trimming, weeding, planting, painting, cleaning, and raking.
The ability to make new friends is something that can a challenge for any child. There is always some anxiety involved with approaching and talking to new people.
Now, think about trying to make a new friend when you have a difficult time figuring out social cues, such as body language, facial expressions, hand gestures and figures of speech. Children suffering from autism and similar disorders face this issue every day.