Category: Meetings

Police Meet & Greet at Village Branch Library This Saturday 3/4/17

“A University of Kentucky student is teaming with local police to provide education about interacting with individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).” The next Meet & Greet is scheduled for this Saturday, March 4, 2017 at the Village Branch of

Meeting on Monday, February 27th, 2017 “Gastrointestinal Issues and Concerns for the Child with Autism”

Meeting on Monday, February 27th, 2017 6:30 – 8:30 PM At St. Michael’s Episcopal Church 2025 Bellefonte Drive, Lexington, Kentucky Please join us as the ASBG Presents: “Gastrointestinal Issues and Concerns for the Child with Autism” George J. Fuchs, III,

Have you registered for the Kentucky Works Transition Summit and Community Conversation?

We are nearing capacity and are very excited to sit down with everyone to discuss the future of employment for people with disabilities in Kentucky. If you have not registered or if you know someone who might not be on

1/30/2017 Charting the Waters of Current and Future Care

Kelli Sheets –Hart Support Living Grant Program State Coordinator, Cabinet for Health and Family Services Cathy Allgoud Murphy – Board Member, Center for Accessible Living. Jessica Frye – / ACCESS Michelle P Waiver Program Supervisor A caregiver’s work is

12/5 Holiday Potluck

Please join us Monday, December 5, for our annual HOLIDAY POTLUCK! Whereas we normally have childcare, all children and other family members are invited to join us for the meal. ASBG will provide a few basics and we’d love for

10/12 A chat with the Fayette County School Superintendent

Dr. Emmanuel “Manny” Caulk Fayette County School District Superintendent We will discuss the Superintendent’s plan for students with ASD, closing the achievement gap, and the special education audit that was completed earlier in the year (ASD was the only disability

9/26 KDE Provides Guidance for Districts to Support students with Autism

Jeffrey Coles, MA Jeffrey Coles began his career at the Kentucky Department of Education, 5 years ago, as a Professional Growth and Effectiveness System Program Administrator. In this role he supported the teacher evaluation process by facilitating the Student Voice

In Memoriam of Gabriel Zamora

The Autism Society of the Bluegrass is heartbroken at the loss of one of our beloved children. Gabriel Zamora was gravely injured in an accident Sunday morning and passed away peacefully yesterday. We have long observed and admired the dedication

8/29 Autism – The Metamorphosis of a Diagnosis

Dr. Myra Beth Bundy Dr. Myra Beth Bundy received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Transylvania University and her doctoral degree (Ph.D.) in Clinical-Community Psychology from the University of South Carolina. She completed a doctoral internship in Autism and Developmental

7/25 Housing Options for Individuals with Disabilities, including Autism

This is a topic that many parents and caregivers are very anxious about as their loved ones attain adulthood and their pursuit of independence increases. In an effort to gain as much information on what is available to these adventurous