ASBG Meeting September 30, 2019

Please join us as the ASBG Presents:
LaDonna Tyler-Gilmore
LaDonna Tyler-Gilmore is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a mental health therapist with
Mountain Comprehensive Care as well as the mother to twin 9-year-old’s, Noah and Maggie,
who are on the autism spectrum, which gives her the unique opportunity to have insight and the
therapeutic knowledge to see and relate to individuals and family members impacted by Autism.
Tyler-Gilmore’s interests include helping people who have been diagnosed with Autism, as well
as their family members using a variety of alternative treatment methods other than Applied
Behavioral Analysis (ABA therapy), or in addition to ABA, if it is a service being provided by
an agency outside of Mountain Comprehensive Care. Tyler-Gilmore will discuss some of the
different methods that she uses to help treat people with Autism, as well as have an open
discussion of what some of the most common obstacles are to accessing services, as well as what
services people would like to see become available. Being a licensed clinical social worker
allows a person to have some knowledge what criteria are required to be diagnosed with autism.
Autism Society of the Bluegrass Upcoming Events:
ARC of KY Walk -October 5 9AM-12PM
October 28-Topic TBA
December 4-Annual Holiday Gathering
For a continuous update on what is happening in the world of autism care, visit our website at www.asbg.org or
join our information and discussion group at http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/ASBG/. Facebook:
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Our meetings are on the last Monday in January, February, March, April, June, July, August, September, & October
with a holiday gathering on the first Monday in December.
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