BOWLING WITH BUNNY
Thursday, March 7 • 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Bring your friends and family for some quality time bowling together. ASGA Volunteers will be on hand to support families and the Easter Bunny will be available for visits and photos.
VISITS WITH BUNNY
Sunday, March 10 • 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
ASGA invites you to join us to play games, make crafts, enjoy snacks and visit with the Easter Bunny in a safe and welcoming environment. Cost is $25 per family. Reserve your time slot today!
Thursday, March 7 • 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Parents and caregivers of adults with Autism are invited to meet with providers specializing in services for adults with Autism and other developmental disabilities.
Providers in attendance: Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities, Summit County Board of Developmental Disabilities, The Blick Center, Autism Society of Greater Akron, Disability Assist, Mapping Your Plan to Advocate with Charting the LifeCourse Tools. Registration is required, but event is free.
FEB 13 | In-Person Bingo & Doughnuts | 6:30-7:30 PM
Get ready to shout BINGO! Join us for an epic night of fun and games. Bring your game face and let’s see who the lucky winners will be! This is an in-person meeting on Tuesday, Feb 13.
Must be a member of the club to receive additional event information. Not a member? Register for the club below.
ADULT CLUB (Ages 18+)
FEB 14 | No Meeting - Happy Valentine's Day
Next meeting will be Feb 28 for a night of board games. Must be a member of the club to receive additional event information. Not a member? Register for the club below.
Attend either support group to learn more about ABA Therapy and resources to guide your decision.
These support groups are peer-led, informal times for discussion and information sharing for anyone impacted by Autism and other developmental disabilities.
SUMMIT COUNTY: Friday, Feb 16, Stow Panera, 7-8 PM - join facilitator Dana Moruzzi to discuss sensory bags followed by informal discussion.
Facebook Support Group for parents and caregivers JOIN HERE!
FEB 12, 6-7pm - Caregiver Support Group at North Canton Public Library. Connect with family caregivers who are in similar situations.
FEB 13, 10:30am-11am - Adapted Storytime at Medina Library. Storytime in a supportive environment for children with autism and/or sensory integration challenges. Please register for each session separately.
FEB 14, 1-2pm - #INCLUDEME HOUR AT NORTHWEST AKRON BRANCH LIBRARY. At this gathering, we will be decorating Valentine's Day keychains. #IncludeMe Hour is an inclusive gathering for adults with differing abilities and their caregivers to connect and socialize. All patrons are welcome.
FEB 14, 1pm EST - Virtual Planning an IEP Team Meeting When Your Child has Mental Health Challenges. Get information to help you prepare for a positive IEP team meeting to support your child’s mental health needs in school. Participants will work through an example of an IEP, discuss what each section means, learn how to advocate for changes, and more.
FEB 15, 11:30am EST - Boost Focus and Attention with Assistive Technology - Webinar. Focus is the executive function ability to ignore distractions, while attention is an active awareness on something specific. This workshop will explore tools and strategies that can boost both of these abilities.
FEB 15, 6-7pm - STABLE Accounts virtual presentation. STABLE Accounts - Medina County Board of Developmental Disabilities (mcbdd.org)
FEB 17, 10:30am - Adapted Play and Stories at Barberton Library. Join us for playtime in an accessible and inclusive environment, designed for families and children with disabilities. A librarian will be on hand to read with children. Children of all ages, including siblings, are welcome to attend.
About the Autism Society of Greater Akron
The Autism Society of Greater Akron's (ASGA) mission is to create connections, empowering everyone in the Autism community with the resources needed to live fully. ASGA serves Summit, Medina, Portage, Wayne, and Stark county communities.
ASGA is also a proud member of the Ohio Family Network (OFN), connecting people with disabilities and their families to local information and resources within their communities. We believe OFN provides opportunities to share ideas, find solutions to common challenges and inspire and strengthen each other.