One of the most important lessons we have learned over the past year is the importance of flexibility. Our top priority has remained serving our clients and families while keeping them safe…
HEELS Prep On-Line 2021 and HEELS Bridge. These programs are for young adults between the ages of 18 and 26 years old who have Intellectual Disabilities.
The T-STEP is a FREE intervention developed to support the transition to employment and post-secondary education for 16-21-year-olds with Autism Spectrum Disorder who will or have received the Future-Ready Core high school diploma. We are still enrolling and accepting applications until Jan. 25 with a start date of Feb. 1st.
There is no doubt that 2020 has been a challenge for our TEACCH team and the families that we serve. Our word of the year was “pivot” as we worked to transition our clinical services to telehealth and our professional development programs to virtual trainings. These pivots have created some unexpected highlights in the midst of this crazy year, and we are excited to share them with you.
The purpose of this research study is to learn more about what kinds of interventions help young adults with ASD. Through funding from the Department of Defense Autism Research Program, we want to compare two different transition to adulthood programs.
SPRING 2021 Online Program at Cape Fear Community College. Apply Now! Contact TSTEPinfo@med.unc.edu or call 919-843-9505
The latest post highlights our Charlotte TEACCH Center, social options available for individuals with ASD, and features a new TEACCH Tip – “Increasing Engagement: Paying Attention to People Leads to Learning”
We are offering 10, free teleconsultation sessions held on the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month at lunchtime (11:30-1:00) for mental health providers who are interested in learning more about screening, treatment options, and resources for individuals with autism and their families.
The UNC TEACCH Autism Speaker Series provides the most up-to-date information on current topics in autism education, intervention, and diagnosis being researched and implemented at UNC. Content will be shared in three, two-hour virtual sessions, each highlighting UNC advancements in research and community practice from cells to services across the lifespan.