Year: 2015

The Grand Reserve and Barrel House will host a New Years Eve Masquerade Ball at 903 Manchester Street. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to ASBG. We appreciate their generosity and wish everyone a Happy New Year!

Bring a dish if you wish. ASBG will supply all paper-goods, drinks and a main dish. Free childcare will be provided. Share any ideas for programs and topics that ASBG should offer at meetings or workshops in 2016. Also bring …

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The Use Of Acting To Build Communication Skills And Explore Creativity For Individuals With ASD Martha Meehan, M.S.  And Miles Meehan, B.A. Martha Meehan, a native of Lexington, Kentucky, earned her Master of Science degree in Clinical Psychology from Eastern …

10/26 The Use Of Acting To Build Communication Skills And Explore Creativity For Individuals With ASD Read More »

“Music Therapy – The Power of Music For Autistic  Expression.” Dale Lewis, MT-BC, NMT-Music Therapist, Music Therapy of the Bluegrass, LLC. Dale Lewis is a Board Certified Music Therapist, with an additional certification in neurologic Music Therapy.  He resides in Lexington, …

9/28 Music Therapy Read More »

And it will soon be that exciting time of the year when we get together to participate in our annual Bluegrass Autism Walk. The walk this year will be on Sunday afternoon, September 27 at Whitaker Bank Ballpark. Click here to …

9/27 our annual Bluegrass Autism Walk Read More »

The Arc of Central Kentucky presents: Services for Individuals with Disabilities From Birth to Age 21 First Steps – Angie Casey Hands (Lexington Health Department)-Moni Shields Non-Emergency Medical Transportation Services -Jeremy Thompson

A Conversation about IEPs for students with ASD: How to maximize its effectiveness and improve your child’s educational outcomes.”   Lisa Ruble, PhD. Dr. Lisa Ruble is a Professor in the College of Education at the University of Kentucky. She is …

8/31 A Conversation about IEPs for students with ASD Read More »

Life After High School: Building Inclusive Futures Based On Talents, Gifts, and Capacity Typically graduation from High School is one of the most exciting times of life. However, for many young men and women with intellectual disabilities it can be …

8/29 Life after High School workshop Read More »

Please join us as the ASBG presents Special Olympics of Kentucky Building Communities of Acceptance Justin Harville Volunteer Services Director Justin will take us into the history of Special Olympics and the vision of one woman who believed and proved …

7/27 Special Olympics of Kentucky Building Communities of Acceptance Read More »

Please join us as the ASBG presents a Double Header Lexington Parks and Recreation Therapeutic Recreation programs Anessa Snowden, CTRS Manager of Therapeutic Recreation and Senior Adult Programs, LFUCG Anessa has worked in community recreation for 14 years providing opportunities …

6/29 Therapeutic Recreation, Employment, and Other Valued Social Roles Read More »