SOCIAL CLUB for Adults with ASD
1st and 3rd Wednesday each month | 8:00 pm | Zoom Meeting
ASGA is excited to announce a Social Club for Adults with ASD for ages 18 and over! We have heard from so many of you that you want to connect and make friends with other adults with ASD and share interests and life’s challenges. The Social Club is designed for individuals who can take turns and participate in small group settings with a reliable form of language and an age-appropriate cognitive level.
WHAT TO EXPECT
MEET THE LEADERS
Tess Gladstone is currently a graduate student pursuing her PhD in Clinical Psychology. She loves being a therapist and a researcher. Born and raised in Cleveland, she remains an avid Cleveland sports fan. Living on the east coast for several years, she also has an appreciation for New Haven style Apizza- mashed potatoes on a pizza which she says you should try! Outside of working hours you are most likely to find her running outside, reading a mystery or historical fiction novel, binging Hulu, playing with her nieces/nephew, or drinking a hot chocolate.
Zachary Strickler works at Kent State University in the Student Accessibility Services office. His education is in rehabilitation counseling. He has ASD in the form of Asperger's. This gives him an insight into the disability through a personal and professional light. He also likes many nerdy activities like D&D and wood working.
GUIDELINES TO PARTICIPATE
DATE / TIME / LOCATION
HOW TO SIGN UP
Space is limited, so REGISTER HERE today. You will receive additional documents after you register, so please complete those in a timely manner to secure your spot in the club. We look forward to having you!
NOTE: Should the club reach the maximum participants after you register, you will be notified and a facilitator will discuss available options.
If you have questions or would like additional information, please contact Wendy Cline, LSW and ASGA Support Specialist via email here or via phone at 330.940.1441 ext 1.
|Event Start Date||12-31-2020 8:00 pm|