A group of autism advocacy organizations are coming together to host an Autism Advocacy Day at the General Assembly on Monday, January 27th, 2020! Please join us for this important opportunity to advocate for legislation impacting local individuals with autism.
GalaxyCon Richmond is More Than a Comic Con! It’s a 3-Day FESTIVAL OF FANDOM with celebrities, creators, voice actors, cosplayers, entertainers, fan groups, gamers, panelists, streamers, wrestlers, and PEOPLE LIKE YOU!
This month’s Ausome Movie is The Iron Giant!
A sensory friendly evening at the Science Museum of Virginia developed for guests with disABILITIES.
When: Monday, February 3, 2020 at 4pm-8pm
Enjoy a less crowded environment as you get hands-on with activities that will pique the curiosity of the young to young at heart. Watch a giant screen movie in The Dome, challenge your creativity in The Forge and journey through the Exhibit Galleries at your own pace.
Enjoy fine European and West Coast wines and a variety of culinary delights by Mosaic that pair nicely with our first-rate wine selections. Craft beer will be on tap from Midnight Brewery as well as live Jazz by John Conley. Our silent auction includes art, jewelry and sports outings along with other unique items and experiences.
MISSY HOROWITZ, LPC
You can reach Missy at
804-307-2801 x 702
Licensed Professional Counselor
Accommodating students up to age 22, the Accelerated Independent Learner program is closest to grade level. The program is more academically rigorous than some of The Faison Center’s other programs, as it helps prepare students for community college or a four-year college degree program. The Accelerated Independent Learner Community serves students who are performing at or near grade level in one or more core curriculum areas.
Autastic Avenues is making some exciting changes! Watch for info and events and in the meantime, you can always get in touch by calling 804-905-8245 or emailing email@example.com for more information.
Don’t miss the I’m Determined Family Night presented by Jackie Neidel and Shelley Jewell at River Road United Methodist Church, on Monday, January 27, 2020 at 6:30 pm. This is a great opportunity for families, especially teens and their caregivers, to learn more about this amazing program!