Building a Stronger Bay Area Autism Community
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Videos and links from the SFASA 2018 conference
See archives of our past conferences, 2014-2017.
Online and in-person groups.
Bay Area Autism Nonprofit Guide
We list dozens of nonprofits serving the Bay Area autism community.
Autism Adulthood Checklist
Our popular all-in-one-place guide to the myriad legal, financial, and planning steps parents need to consider as their autistic/DD children age into adulthood.
Civil Rights Project
A compilation of information regarding civil rights and criminal justice for autism/DD families.
Now accepting proposals for the 2019 conference
Deadline is July 31, 2019 to submit proposals for the 2019 adult autism/DD conference at Stanford. Details at our submissions page.
SFASA Pool Parties!
2019 SFASA Summer Pool Parties at AnT Swim, San Jose: Sundays, 1- 4 pm. Registration opens about two weeks before each session.
June 9 Sold out
June 23 Sold out
July 7: Register here: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4283440
Visit the Pool Party page for details.
Medical Cannabis for Autism—Q&A with Dr David Traver and Jenni Mai
Archive is now live
A Q&A webinar with Dr David Traver, joined by parent advocate Jenni Mai, of Whole Plant Access 4 Autism.
Enter your registration info to watch the archive here: https://register.gotowebinar.com/recording/1734693297701219341
Archive of our Recent Webinar: Q&A on Autism and Health Insurance
Executive Director, Mental Health and Autism Insurance Project. mhautism.org
Watch the recording (type in registration info): https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/970021440681824268
Sensory Friendly Films
A family's autism dream goes up in smoke in Paradise
Read the blog, by Sue Swezey: here
More from our blog
Where, oh where, were all the autistic children? By Sue Swezey
Three Strikes... and He's Out? What happens when the regular world has had enough of my son's autism. By Feda Almaliti
Summer 2018 Legislative Update. By Connie Boyar
Why you should pursue genetic testing for your autistic child. By Jill Escher and Denise Haas